Olivier Awards Nomination for BEST NEW PLAY 2019
Following a sold-out run at the Donmar Warehouse, Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer Prize-winning play SWEAT transfers to Gielgud Theatre for 50 performances only.
This 'breathtaking new play' (The Guardian) delivers 'a knock-out blow of theatrical force' (Daily Telegraph) as it delves deep into the forgotten heart of middle America in 'the year's most powerful play' (The Observer).
Centred around the friendships of factory workers and set in an all-American bar, the play explores the relationships, resentments and fears of a community left divided by de-industrialisation. Simmering racial tensions and mounting anger lead to a devastating outcome for the residents of Reading, Pennsylvania.
'By turns profound, terrifying, earthy and witty, Lynette Linton's superbly calibrated production excels fromstart to finish' (Evening Standard) and features 'a superlative cast' (The Sunday Times). In an era defined by division and mistrust this is a 'humane, heartbreaking' and 'magnificent' play (Financial Times).
From £87.25* per person get a three-course meal from a set menu as well as premium tickets to the show.
To book this package, please use the button below:Book Package
Please Note: Customers must call the restaurant on 020 7559 3007 prior to their visit to reserve their table.
Terms & Conditions
*Valid on Monday - Friday performances until 19th July 2019. Package includes a premium ticket to SWEAT at Gielgud Theatre and a three course meal from a set menu at Refuel Bar & Restaurant at The Soho Hotel. Subject to availability. Offer cannot be used retrospectively or in conjunction with any other offer.
Any extras to be paid for directly to the Restaurant on which a service charge may apply.
Price includes a £2.25 online booking fee. An additional 50p booking fee will be added to telephone bookings. Booking fees do not apply to tickets purchased in person at the box office.
Price also includes a £1.25 theatre restoration levy which contributes to the on-going refurbishment of our eight theatres. For more information click here.