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Death of a Salesman

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Boasting a sold out run at the Young Vic theatre, the smash hit, critically acclaimed production of ​Death of a Salesman​ transfers to the Piccadilly Theatre in the West End, London for 10 weeks only.
Written by ​Arthur Miller​, this American classic follows an ageing, self-deluded salesman, his family and their idea of the American dream.

“​I don’t say he’s a great man... but he’s a human being, and a terrible thing is happening to him. So attention must be paid. He’s not allowed to fall in his grave like an old dog. Attention, attention must finally be paid to such a person​.”

This latest production of ​Miller’s​ classic work work reimagines the play through the eyes of an African-American family. Superbly brought to life by ​Wendell Pierce​, who is making hisWest End debut, and the fantastic Olivier Award-winning ​Sharon D. Clarke​, who are reprising their roles. The rest of the cast is yet to be confirmed.

Wendell Pierce​ plays Willy Loman, the titular salesman of the play. Known for his roles in Suits a​nd ​The Wire.​ ​Sharon D. Clarke​ reprises her role as Linda Loman, the wife of the Salesman, who recently won an Olivier Award for her role in ​Caroline, Or Change.

Following her recent award-winning successes on ​Company ​and ​Angels in America​, Marianne Elliot​ co-directs ​Death of a Salesman​ with ​Miranda Cromwell​, who worked as Associate Director on both shows.

Death of a Salesman Cast and Directors

Wendall Pierce as Willy Loman

Sharon D. Clarke as Linda Loman

Marianne Elliott - Co-Director

Miranda Cromwell - Co-Director

Critically Acclaimed, with

Five Star Reviews

★★★★★ The Telegraph

Reinvention of a masterpiece.

★★★★★ Time Out

Brilliantly Reimagined. A phenomenal production.

★★★★★ Daily Telegraph

This masterpiece resonates and devastates afresh.

★★★★★ The Times

A fresh revival of an old great.

★★★★★ Evening Standard

Fresh, compassionate and ultimately devastating.

Financial Times

This superb production is a revelation.

Time Out

Brilliantly reimagined. Powered by a phenomenal cast. Stunning


A vital, truthful and vivid production and the latest surefire hit from this remarkable team.