The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Picture of Dorian Gray

Theatre Royal Haymarket

Available to 11 May 2024

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Get your London theatre tickets to one of the best shows in London with The Picture of Dorian Gray, last performance May 11th

A deal with the devil; eternal youth, for the ultimate price.

Golden Globe-winner Sarah Snook returns to London in The Picture of Dorian Gray. Star of Succession, The Dressmaker, Pieces of a Woman and The Master Builder (The Old Vic), Sarah Snook takes on all 26 roles in this gripping, witty and vibrantly contemporary production that breathes new life into Oscar Wilde’s classic tale.

This ground-breaking production – adapted and directed by multi award-winning Kip Williams, Artistic Director of the acclaimed Sydney Theatre Company – delivers an explosive interplay of live performance and video in an astonishing collision of form.

Hailed as a "dizzyingly beautiful tour de force" (The Guardian), experience the theatrical event of the year during its strictly limited run at London’s Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Performances of The Picture of Dorian Gray conclude on Saturday May 11th. Don't miss out on this "game-changing piece of theatre" (Daily Telegraph) and get your tickets today. 

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By train: 

The nearest national rail station to the Theatre Royal Haymarket is London Charing Cross. 

  • Getting to Theatre Royal Haymarket from Charing Cross: Exit the station and turn left down the Strand. Cross over the roundabout to Trafalgar Square and cut across the square to Pall Mall. Turn right up Haymarket; the Theatre Royal will be a short distance up the road and on the right hand side, opposite His Majesty’s Theatre.

By tube: 

The nearest tube station to The Theatre Royal Haymarket is Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines), with both Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines) and Leicester Square(Piccadilly Circus and Northern lines) also nearby.

  • Piccadilly Circus (3 minutes): Exit Piccadilly Circus station on the right hand side (by the statue and Criterion Theatre.) Take the first left down Haymarket. The theatre will be on your left hand side opposite Her Majesty’s Theatre.
  • Leicester Square (6 minutes): Take the Charing Cross Road exit and head south toward Charing Cross. As the road forks by the Garrick Theatre, keep right and head straight down toward the National Portrait Gallery. Just before you reach the gallery, turn right down Orange Street and keep walking until you meet Haymarket and the end of the road. Turn left onto Haymarket. The Theatre Royal will be on your right hand side.
  • Charing Cross (7 minutes): Please see the directions above in the "by train" section.

By bus: 

  • Trafalgar Square: 13, 15, 23, 88, 139, 453
  • Haymarket: 6, 13, 15, 23, 139, 159, 453

By car:

The Theatre Royal Haymarket is situated within the London Congestion Charging Zone which applies weekdays (not including bank holidays) from 7am until 6pm and costs £11.50 per day. If you are driving to the theatre after 6pm then you will not be charged.

By bus: 

The best way to guarantee a cab is to visit the designated cab rank at London Charing Cross rail station. Alternatively black cabs can be hailed from outside the theatre on Haymarket.

The duration of The Picture of Dorian Gray is two hours, with no interval. 

The Picture of Dorian Gray at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London is recommended for ages 12+. 

Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1890 novel centred around young aristocrat Dorian Gray, who is the subject of a painting by artist Basil Hallward.

Dorian wishes for the painting to bear the physical effects of aging, while he retains his youth and beauty. Despite his outward appearance, the painting shows the corruption of Dorian's soul as he embarks on a life of sin and debauchery. As Dorian's actions become more depraved, the portrait becomes more grotesque, serving as a haunting reminder of his inner depravity. 

The novel has inspired many film, television and theatrical adaptations. Sarah Snook stars in the 2024 theatre production at the Theatre Royal Haymarket as all 26 roles

The Picture of Dorian Gray shows at the Royal Theatre Haymarket in London from the 6th of February to the 11th of May 2024. 

Sarah Snook stars as all 26 roles for The Picture of Dorian Gray at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London. 

The Picture of Dorian Gray is directed by Kip Williams, based on the novel by Oscar Wilde.

The London season is produced by Michael Cassel, Adam Kenwright, Len Blavatnik,Danny Cohen, Daryl Roth, Amanda Lipitz, Henry Tisch and Jonathan Church.

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