The Dresser
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The Dresser

The Dresser Tickets

Duke Of York's Theatre, London, WC2N 4BG
4.8 out of 5, based on 139 ratings and 139 reviews.
  • Don't miss this major revival of The Dresser by Academy award winning author Sir Ronald Harwood starring Ken Stott and Reece Shearsmith.

    Olivier Award-winner Ken Stott and BAFTA Award-winner Reece Shearsmith come together as lead actor “Sir” and Norman, his dresser, in this eagerly awaited revival of “a wonderfully affectionate and intelligent play about the theatre” (The Guardian).

    Both hilarious and poignant, The Dresser explores the relationship between two men who are reluctantly and inevitably co-dependent. As World War II rages, backstage in a provincial English theatre, an ageing, once-famous classical actor is troubled. Sir, the last in a dying breed of great English Shakespearean actors, is unwilling to take to the stage to deliver his renowned portrayal of King Lear. It falls to his faithful dresser Norman to rouse another great performance from him, to keep both the show and its star from falling apart.

    Renowned as Ronald Harwood’s greatest play, The Dresser has been nominated for Olivier and Tony Awards as well as an Academy Award for the screenplay of the film. With a multi-award winning creative team of Ken Stott (Rebus, God of Carnage), Reece Shearsmith (The League of Gentlemen, Inside Number 9) and Sean Foley (The Ladykillers, Jeeves and Wooster).

    At the Duke of York's Theatre until 14 January 2017, book your The Dresser tickets today!

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  • Duke Of York's Theatre

    St Martins Lane,
    WC2N 4BG

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    5 stars
    'A brilliant production.'


    5 stars
    'Sean Foley's fine production wrings plenty of laughs.'


    4 stars
    'A beautifully acted production.'


    4 stars
    'A very funny revival of Ronald Harwood's terrific tragicomedy.'


    4 stars
    'A double act to treasure. Ken Stott is magnificent. Reece Shearsmith is a revelation.'