★★★★★ ‘Ingenious and Playful’ Financial Times
Award-winning actors Jonny Lee Miller (Trainspotting) and Tanya Reynolds (Sex Education) star in Sam Holcroft’s unmissable and darkly comic play A Mirror, now playing at London’s Trafalgar Theatre.
‘BREATHTAKINGLY ORIGINAL. THEATRE AT ITS MOST EXHILARATING’ The Daily Mail
In a totalitarian state where the Ministry of Culture must approve all new works of art, a rebel group is staging an illegal play under the guise of a wedding. In this darkly funny political thriller, everything is not as it seems…A Mirror is an explosively entertaining story of the search for love and truth in a society that values neither.
JONNY LEE MILLER IS SIMPLY SUPERB’ The Times
Directed by Jeremy Herrin, A Mirror is hailed ‘Extraordinary and Mesmeric’ by the Guardian and comes to London’s West End following an acclaimed sell-out run at the Almeida Theatre.
Performances at London’s Trafalgar Theatre must end 20 April, book tickets today.
Trafalgar Theatre 14 Whitehall London SW1A 2DY
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Feb 17, 2024
This play grabbed your attention and kept you in the zone throughout. Unusual balance of life when telling a lie in a restricted environment where literature is controlled by the state, Freedom of speech is squashed and censorship rules the day. 2 hours of solid entertainment definitely recommend. Friendly staff and atmosphere inside.
Feb 11, 2024
Nicely done and amazing acting from the artists
Feb 1, 2024
We had found very little information about the play beforehand and had no idea what to expect. This probably was the best way to come to the show. It was a very original play and seated in the second row. We could appreciate the excellent acting.
Jan 26, 2024
Jan 23, 2024
A nice idea although in general it's been done before. None of the charactors appealed and it became almost a comical farce rather than what I think it was intended to be. It was probably fortunate that there was no interval as I'd hvae probably left at that stage.