The Lehman Trilogy Tickets

About The Lehman Trilogy

Receiving many five-star reviews during its run at the National Theatre, The Lehman Trilogy comes to the Piccadilly Theatre from May 2019. Dramatising the story of the Lehman Brothers downward spiral into bankruptcy, the play charts the rise and fall of the brothers, breathing insight into what caused the beginnings of one of the largest financial crises the world has ever seen.


The National Theatre cast will be transferring to the Piccadilly Theatre.

After directing Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sam Mendes directs the Lehman Trilogy. Mendes has received numerous awards, winning the Olivier Award for best director in 2018.

Simon Russell Beale takes on the duo of Henry and Phillip Lehman in the production. Recent stage credits include Mr Foote’s Other Leg at the Hampstead Theatre as well as Uncle Vanya and Twelfth Night, both at the Donmar Warehouse.

Olivier nominated actor Adam Godley also appears in The Lehman Brothers, previously appearing in From Morning to Midnight at the National Theatre and Rain Man at the Apollo TheatreBen Miles  will reprise his performance, after recent West End success in Wolf Hall. He reprised his role in Wolf Hall on Broadway where he was nominated for best actor in a play at the 2015 Tony Awards.

From 5th August, Dominik Tiefenthaler will take over the role of Emanuel Lehman from Ben Miles.

Access performances:

Saturday 15 June: 11.30am Touch Tour and 1pm Audio Described performance

Saturday 29 June: 1pm Captioned performance

What's the story?

As a young Bavarian man named Henry Lehman stands on a New York dockside, he believes that the world is his for the taking. Joined by his brothers, Emanuel and Mayer in 1850, the three establish a financial firm that skyrockets, later becoming one of the greatest financial firms around. However, managing a financial services firm this large brings many challenges. Following the Lehman Brothers, the play charts the firm’s ups and downs as the banking family navigate their way through modern Western capitalism.


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Doing business in investment banking, equity, fixed-income sales and trading, Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. was founded in 1850. Before filing for bankruptcy, Lehman was one of the largest investment banks in America, along with Goldman Sachs.

When the company filed for bankruptcy in 2008, they filed for over $600 billion dollars, remaining the largest bankruptcy filing to this day.

Lehman Brothers going bankrupt triggered the start of the global financial crisis, with large companies spiralling out of control. The fall of Lehman Brothers kickstarted the “credit crunch” in the United Kingdom.

The Lehman Trilogy Performance Dates & Times

You can book from 22-May-2019 to 31-Aug-2019.

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  • 13:00
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Important Information

Please note: This production features instances of flashing lights and some video effects that may cause dizziness. There will be instances of total darkness (lasting 15 seconds) and gunshot sound effects. The production contains moments and themes that some people may find distressing.

Piccadilly Theatre

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Where is The Lehman Trilogy?

16 Denman Street London W1D 7DY
  • Nearest Bus stop: (Shaftesbury Avenue) 14, 19, 38; (Regent Street) 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453
  • Parking: Brewer Street (3mins)
  • Nearest Night Bus: (Shaftesbury Avenue) 14, N19, N38; (Regent Street) 6, 12, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453, N3, N13, N15, N18, N109, N136
  • Nearest Tube: Bakerloo, Piccadilly
  • Directions:

    (2mins) Pass the famous illuminated signs on your right to take Glasshouse Street/Sherwood Street where the theatre can be seen.

  • Nearest Station: Charing Cross


  • Air conditioned
  • Bar
  • Infrared hearing loop
  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair accessible

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