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Carly Clements

Priority booking: new season at The Old Vic

Buy tickets to three incredible new shows brought to you by the new Artistic Director Matthew Warchus

By Time Out Offers
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This September, acclaimed director Matthew Warchus will take over from Kevin Spacey as the artistic director of The Old Vic – and you can buy priority tickets to his first season exclusively with us. With an aim to bring more productions per year than ever before, you can expect a wide-range of shows to hit the boards and we have the first three right here.

The season premiere is 'Future Conditional', a new comedy written by Tamsin Oglesby and starring TV funny man Rob Brydon and a cast of 23 young actors. Exploring the pitfalls of the British school system, delving into what happens when radical ideas come from unlikely sources.

Next up is Eugene O’Neill's brooding classic 'The Hairy Ape'. Directed by the acclaimed and multi award-winning Richard Jones, this American classic delves into the world of class and station, following a powerful ship's engineer who suffers a breakdown as he tries to find a place in the world outside the engine room.

Finally, this year's seasonal show will be a stage version of Dr. Seuss's surreal kids' fable 'The Lorax'. 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' adaptor David Greig's family show will blend theatrical invention, songs and zany humour that is not to be missed. So get your tickets now and be everyone's favourite aunt, uncle, parent or buddy this Christmas.

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Tickets to 'The Hairy Ape'

See Nobel prize-winner Eugene O’Neill's expressionist masterpiece about class and identity when it hits London's shores. Tickets available from October 24 to November 21.

Tickets to this exceptional, timeless classic start from £30 with no booking fee.

Tickets to Dr. Seuss's 'The Lorax'

This Christmas, don't be a Grinch, treat the whole family to tickets to the highly-anticipated production of Dr. Seuss's favourite and morally sound fable, 'The Lorax'.

Tickets are available from December 7 - January 16 and tickets start from just £30 with no added booking fee.

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