Serious Money

Written by Caryl Churchill
Directed by Emily Jenkins
Performed by our final year Foundation Professional Acting students in The Sainsbury Theatre

All money corrupts, and serious money corrupts absolutely. From London to Wall Street, the world of shady financial deals and insider trading is exposed in Churchill’s satire about capitalism running rampant and unchecked. Serious Money was a hit on its London premiere in 1987, transferring from the Royal Court Theatre to the West End. The play won the Olivier Award for Best new Play, the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and the Evening Standard Award for Best Comedy.

Caryl Churchill’s other plays include Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, Top Girls, The Skriker, Blue Heart, This is a Chair, Far Away, Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?, Love & Information, Here We Go and Escaped Alone. Churchill has also written for radio and television. In 2010 she was inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame.

2 hours 35 minutes including a 15 minute interval.

Content Warnings: sexual content, strong language and racism.

Wed 29 May – 7.30pm

Fri 31 May – 7.30pm

Sat 1 June – 2pm

Mon 3 June – 7.30pm

Tue 4 June – 2pm

Wed 5 June – 7.30pm –  Pre / Post-show events available for Members, Supporters and Patrons

Thu 6 June – 2pm

Priority booking opens on 24 April (by phone) and general booking on the 30 April.

You can book your tickets either online or by calling LAMDA's Box Office on 020 8834 0550 (Mon–Fri, 12–5pm).

Price: £14 (£7 concessions)* Group booking: £9 each for groups of ten or more.

*Concession tickets are available to Hammersmith & Fulham residents, students, people over 65 or under 18 and those in receipt of Jobseeker’s Allowance.

You will need to provide proof of eligibility for these concessions when collecting your tickets. Please drop us an email to [email protected] if you have any queries about what to provide. Tickets are strictly non-refundable and can only be exchanged subject to availability and an exchange fee. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

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Refund policy

Credit/debit card payments are non-refundable under any circumstances other than card payment errors.

Access

For access information, please call our Box Office on 020 8834 0550 or email [email protected]

How to find LAMDA

155 Talgarth Road
London
W14 9DA

By Tube
The nearest tube station is Barons Court, which is served by the District and Piccadilly lines.

Director - Emily Jenkins

Assistant Directors - Thea Tavener & Mariagrazia La Fauci

Designer - Adrian Gee

Lighting Designer - Oliver Simkin

Vocal Coach - Robert Price

Movement Coach - Lizzy Ballinger

Musical Director - Ben Cox

Jake Todd - Charlie MacVicar

Greville Todd/Soat - Colm Gleeson

Scilla Todd - Elizabeth Hammerton

Marylou Baines/Dolcie Starr - Emma Laristan

Merrison/Nigel Ajibala - Gilbert Kyem Jr

Ms Biddulph/Ms Etherington - Hannah Kenifick

Duckett/Hackwell - Harvey Comerford

Billy Corman - Ivan Du Pontavice

Durkfield/Gleason - James Esler

Grimes/TK - Joe McNamara (formerly Joe Rooney)

Frosby/Grevett - Nathan Ricard

Zackerman - Ryan Burch

Jacinta Condor - Sanda Bourenane

Production Manager - Olivia Saint

Stage Manager - David Bain

Deputy Stage Manager - Mary Forsyth

Assistant Stage Managers - Kerry Evison & Hannah Jarocka

Chief Electrician - Jaspal Jabbal

Deputy Chief Electrician - Aiman Bandali

Lighting Crew - Laura Howard, Gabriel McIvor, Tabitha Piggot, Ola Przytula, James Richards & Mark Smith

Sound Assistants - Lucy Bailey, Nevison Kusokora

Production Carpenter - Amos Clarke

Construction Crew - Emily Baxter, Evie Graham-Brown, Bella Kear, George Ruston, Charlotte Stephens-King & Ben Wright