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The 47th

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  • Booking until: Saturday, 28 May 2022
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  • Booking until: Saturday, 28 May 2022
Mon - 19:30
Tue - 19:30
Wed 14:30 19:30
Thu - 19:30
Fri - 19:30
Sat 14:30 19:30
Sun - -

The 47th description

‘It’s not a game for gentlemen we’re playing, Political and civilized. This is Historic’ 

It is 2024 and as America goes to the polls, democracy itself is on the brink. Who takes the White House – and at what cost? 

The team behind the multi award-winning King Charles III reunite as Rupert Goold directs the world premiere of Mike Bartlett’s viciously funny The 47th, a chaotic glimpse into the underbelly of the greatest political show on earth – the next presidential race. With Bertie Carvel as Donald Trump, Tamara Tunie as Kamala Harris and Lydia Wilson as Ivanka Trump.

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Next Performances for The 47th at the Old Vic Theatre

today20th May 2022 7:30pm
tomorrow21st May 2022 2:30pm
tomorrow21st May 2022 7:30pm
Monday23rd May 2022 7:30pm
Tuesday24th May 2022 7:30pm
Wednesday25th May 2022 2:30pm

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The 47th reviews

3.3 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

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Latest customer reviews

Save yr money. Stay home. We left at the intermission. It’s so bad. This is not entertainment.

Reviewed on 04 May 2022 by , Surrey, Canada

Dramatic and Thought-Provokings

Mike Bartlett's The 47th gives a fascinating view of one possible future for the USA. It's written in blank verse, so a little knowledge of some Shakespeare plays would enhance your appreciation of the play. A really strong cast, together with excellent music and lighting, will captivate you. A tour de force from Bertie Carvel convinces you that you're watching Donald Trump in 2024.

Reviewed on 21 April 2022 by , Bracknell, United Kingdom

12 Apr
Stuart King

Review: THE 47th at The Old Vic

by Stuart King | Tuesday, April 12 2022, 08:51

The Old Vic plays host to Mike Bartlett’s latest blank verse, socio-political drama The 47th directed by Rupert Goold who also took the helm for the playwright’s other noteworthy future history effort King Charles III at the Almeida in 2014.

Tamara Tunie (Kamala Harris) and Bertie Carvel (Donald Trump) in The 47th at The Old Vic. Photo by Marc Brenner Tamara Tunie (Kamala Harris) and Bertie Carvel (Donald Trump) in The 47th at The Old Vic. Photo by Marc Brenner.

Review: THE 47th at The Old Vic