Time Out says
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The modern off-West End theatre has a history of robust productions with wide-ranging appeal.
Hampstead Theatre’s entire 2020 programme has been suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak; no shows are on sale.
With its versatile main auditorium, the modern building of Hampstead Theatre is home to a host of meaty offerings since it was first founded in 1959, from new work by new playwrights and new work from old ones too. The likes of Debbie Tucker Green, Dennis Kelly and Mike Leigh have all had shows on in the early days of their careers, and the theatre has a history of its robust productions transferring to the West End.
Under Ed Hall's artistic direction the theatre downstairs is a platform for brand new work from very new writers and companies - that's not reviewed by critics - while the main house is a continued draw for respectable stars such as Roger Allam and Simon Russell Beale.
Grab a ticket for around £10 (concessions) to £35 for main house shows, while tickets in Hampstead's downstairs theatre are usually at the £12 mark. The bar area sells a good selection of hot meals and light bites, in a slightly cramped, but usually pretty buzzy atmosphere.
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The Death of a Black Man
Alfred Fagon's story of wheeler-dealing on King's Road first premiered at Hampstead Theatre in 1975. Now – after an unfortunate delay due to the events of 2020 – it's back as part of the venue's 'Classics' season, in a production directed by Dawn Walton....Drama Friday May 28 2021 - Saturday July 10 2021