I AM MY OWN WIFE

 

 


 

London - West End

STRICTLY LIMITED SEASON
3 NOVEMBER - 10 DECEMBER
see the performance calendar

DUKE OF YORK'S THEATRE
St. Martin's Lane, London, WV2N 4BG

BOX OFFICE call 0870 060 6623
2.50 handling fee applies to all tickets unless purchased in person at the Box Office
Online at Ticketmaster call 0870 534 4444
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PERFORMANCE TIMES

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Monday to Saturday at 7:30pm
Thursday and Sunday at 3:00pm
See the schedule for details.

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TICKET PRICES

Stalls 40.00, 35.00, 28.50, 22.50
Royal Circle 40.00, 35.00, 22.50
Upper Circle 32.50, 27.50. 22.50, 17.50

THURSDAY MATINEE PERFORMANCES

First 200 Stalls seats sold at 25.00

GROUPS

Group Sales Online call 0870 060 6644

Groups of 8 or more
    -- Best available seats reduced to 22.50. 
Education groups of 8 or more
    -- Best available seats reduced to 12.50. 
More information.
Valid for Monday to Thursday evenings and both matinee performances.  Subject to availability.

CONCESSIONS

Students, Senior Citizens, Disables Patrons and the unemployed, best available tickets for 17.50 from 1 hour before the performance. 
All reductions are subject to availability and at the discretion of the box office.

TRANSPORT AND PARKING

Leicester Square, Charing Cross. 
Buses: 24, 29, 176
Parking: Parking at NCP Upper St. Martin's Lane.

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I am my own wife by Doug Wright on broadway, lyceum theatre.  Starring Jefferson Mays, Directed by Moises Kaufamn. I Am My Own Wife: Based on a true story, and inspired by interviews conducted by the playwright over several years, I AM MY OWN WIFE tells the fascinating tale of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, a real-life German transvestite who managed to survive the Nazi onslaught as well as the following, repressive Communist regime. The one-man play stars Obie-Award winner Jefferson Mays as over 40 characters, including the controversial figure herself and the American writer who becomes intrigued by her.