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Mad House

Ambassadors Theatre

Wed 15 Jun - Sun 4 Sep 2022

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David Harbour (Stranger Things) and Bill Pullman (Independence Day) star in the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s dark and funny new play.

A family reunion. Time to pay your last disrespects.

David Harbour and Bill Pullman star in MAD HOUSE, a dark and funny new play by Theresa Rebeck (Seminar, Smash, Bernhardt/Hamlet).

In rural Pennsylvania, Michael has returned to his childhood home to look after his dying father. His siblings Ned and Pam soon arrive, determined to work out how much money Dad actually has left and how they're getting their hands on it.

David Harbour (Stranger Things, Black Widow, The Newsroom) and Bill Pullman (The Sinner, All My Sons, Independence Day) return to the West End in the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's new play. Directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Hand to God, Present Laughter), MAD HOUSE opens at the Ambassadors Theatre this June for a strictly-limited season.

Contains discussion of death, mental illness and self-harm, transphobic and racist language, sexual content and swearing.

Book Mad House Tickets at Ambassadors Theatre Official Box Office

David Harbour (Stranger Things) and Bill Pullman (Independence Day) star in the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s dark and funny new play.

A family reunion. Time to pay your last disrespects.

David Harbour and Bill Pullman star in MAD HOUSE, a dark and funny new play by Theresa Rebeck (Seminar, Smash, Bernhardt/Hamlet).

In rural Pennsylvania, Michael has returned to his childhood home to look after his dying father. His siblings Ned and Pam soon arrive, determined to work out how much money Dad actually has left and how they're getting their hands on it.

David Harbour (Stranger Things, Black Widow, The Newsroom) and Bill Pullman (The Sinner, All My Sons, Independence Day) return to the West End in the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's new play. Directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Hand to God, Present Laughter), MAD HOUSE opens at the Ambassadors Theatre this June for a strictly-limited season.

Contains discussion of death, mental illness and self-harm, transphobic and racist language, sexual content and swearing.