London Casting Announced For ‘The Lehman Trilogy’ Ahead Of West End Opening

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Casting has now been revealed ahead of the much anticipated opening of The Lehman Trilogy which will begin previews at the Gillian Lynne Theatre from January 24th, 2023  ahead of an official opening night on February 8th with performances due run until May 20th.  Tickets to The Lehman Trilogy are available both online and through the box office.

Michael Balogun is to star as Emanuel Lehman, with Hadley Fraser playing Mayer Lehman, and Nigel Lindsay takes the role of  Henry Lehman.  The three roles were previously played in London by Simon Russell Beale, Adam Godley, and Ben Miles during its season at the Piccadilly Theatre.

Yshani Perinpanayagam will serve as pianist in The Lehman Trilogy. Ravi Aujla, Will Harrison-Wallace, Leighton Pugh, and Erika Gundesen take on the roles of the company understudies.

Stefano Massini’s intriguing and powerful play charts the formation of the Lehman Brothers bank in which a trio of actors recount the 163 year history of banking leading up to its eventual global collapse in 2008.  The Lehman Trilogy has won five Tony Awards, including ‘Best Director’ for Sam Mendes and ‘Best New Play’.

The creative team behind the play features set design by Es Devlin, composer and sound designer Nick Powell, costume designer Katrina Lindsay, and lighting designer Jon Clark,


Booking & Theatre Info For The Lehman Trilogy

Performances of The Lehman Trilogy will begin at the Gillian Lynne Theatre on January 24th, 2023. The Gillian Lynne Theatre is a medium size venue which has two levels of seating and a capacity of 1299 seats. The venue features a thrust stage that is surrounded by seats in a square horseshoe shape with seats at the sides of rows I-S facing the stage from the side.

The best seats are located in the mid-front section of the Stalls on the ground floor but the seating in the theatre is well-raked and ensures a decent view from most angles. The most central views of the stage ican be found in seats 15-37.

Bargain hunters looking to secure value for money or lastminute theatre tickets should take note of seats in both the Circle or in the seats down the sides of the thrust stage to book cheap tickets to The Lehman Trilogy, however these do offer angled views of the action. Productions at the theatre do generally take this into account and deliberately play to all sides of the audience, so you should not miss any of the action by sitting in these seats.