The Humans
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The Humans

The Humans Tickets

Hampstead Theatre, London, NW3 3EU
  • Hampstead Theatre is proud to present the Broadway production of The Humans by Stephen Karam.

    Winner of four 2016 Tony Awards including Best Play, Best Featured Actor in a Play, Best Featured Actress in a Play and Best Scenic Design in a Play, Karam's highly anticipated UK premiere follows the play’s extraordinary Broadway success and includes the complete award-winning New York cast.

    Three generations of the Blake family have assembled for Thanksgiving in Brigid and Richard’s ramshackle pre-war apartment in Lower Manhattan. While the event may have a slightly improvised air, the family is determined to make the best of its time together. As they attempt to focus on the traditional festivities, fears of the past and pressures of the future seep into the reunion and the precariousness of their position becomes increasingly evident.

    Stephen Karam’s blisteringly funny and deeply chilling drama is a stunning portrayal of the human condition; a family at its best and worst, navigating the challenges of everyday life.

    Karam’s other plays include Speech & Debate and Sons of the Prophet, the latter of which was a Pulitzer Prize finalist, just like The Humans

    At Hampstead Theatre in London from 20 August to 13 October 2018, book your The Humans tickets today!

  • Hampstead Theatre

    Eton Ave,
    Swiss Cottage,
    NW3 3EU

  • Full Seating Plan

    4 stars
    'Superlative cast make this family drama rich and resonant'


    4 stars
    'Tricksy Tony-winning portrait of the 'just about managing''


    5 stars
    'Remarkably daring production'


    5 stars
    'Middle-class angst laid bare at fraught dinner filled with fear and fibs'