A Mirror

Sam Holcroft‘s unmissable and darkly comic play A MIRROR is playing at the West End’s Trafalgar Theatre for a strictly limited season!

Directed by Jeremy Herrin, award-winning actors Jonny Lee Miller (Trainspotting) and Tanya Reynolds (Sex Education) star in the “extraordinary and mesmeric” A MIRROR, now playing on London’s West End following an acclaimed sell-out run at the Almeida Theatre.

Don’t miss this thrilling and “brilliantly mischievous” new play at the Trafalgar Theatre. Performances must end on the 20th April.

Book your A MIRROR theatre tickets with LOVEtheatre today!

What is A Mirror about?

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.

Ticket Information

Tickets are available for performances from Monday 22nd January – Saturday 20th April 2024. Tickets start at £22.80.

Running Time

TBC, no interval.

Cast & Creatives

Sam Holcroft (Writer), Jeremy Herrin (Director), Max Jones (Set and Costume Designer), Azusa Ono (Lighting Designer), Nick Powell (Composer and Sound Designer)

Jonny Lee Miller, Tanya Reynolds, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Samuel Adewunmi, Sara Houghton

Age Guidance: 14+

Booking Period

Mon 22 Jan - Sat 20 Apr 2024

Weekly Performances

Monday 7:30PM
Tuesday 7:30PM
Wednesday 2:30PM, 7:30PM
Thursday 7:30PM
Friday 7:30PM
Saturday 2:30PM, 7:30PM

For group bookings of 10 or more:
Submit a request online

Or call 020 7206 1176

Venue Information

Trafalgar Theatre

14 Whitehall, Charing Cross, London SW1A 2DY

Get Directions

Nearest Tube/Rail Station

Charing Cross and Embankment


3, 11, 12, 24, 53, 77a, 88, 91, 139, 159 and 453.

Nearest Car Parks

Trafalgar Square Car Park, via Spring Gardens.


Financial Times

'Ingenious and Playful.'

The Guardian

'Extraordinary and Mesmeric.'

The Daily Mail

'A thrilling satire on theatre and censorship.'


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