The Fellowship, Hampstead Theate

The Fellowship tickets at the Hampstead Theatre, London

Hampstead Theatre, London

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A heartfelt, epic play set in modern Britain

The world premiere of Roy Williams’ The Fellowship, directed by Paulette Randall, is, by turns, an electrifying, hilarious, gripping tale set in modern Britain.

The Fellowship is booking until 23 July 2022 at Hampstead Theatre, London.

What is The Fellowship about?

Where’s the glory Mum? Where’s that perfect world for us, your kids?

Children of the Windrush generation, sisters Dawn and Marcia Adams grew up in 1980s London and were activists on the front line against the multiple injustices of that time. Decades on, they find they have little in common beyond family… Dawn struggles to care for their dying mother, whilst her one surviving son is drifting away from her. Meanwhile, high-flying lawyer Marcia’s affair with a married politician might be about to explode and destroy her career. Can the Adams sisters navigate the turmoil that lies ahead, leave the past behind, and seize the future with the bond between them still intact?

Who is in the cast of The Fellowship?

The cast includes Rosie Day (Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon, Southwark Playhouse; Microwave, National Theatre), Ethan Hazzard (Raised by Wolves, HBO; The Long Song, BBC One), Trevor Laird (Small Island and One Man, Two Guvnors, National Theatre), Suzette Llewellyn (Running with Lions, Lyric Hammersmith; EastEnders, BBC One), Yasmin Mwanza(Spider-Man: Far from Home, Marvel Studios, Sony and Columbia Pictures; Girls, Talawa Theatre Company) and Cherrelle Skeete (Fun Home, Young Vic; The Phlebotomist, Hampstead Theatre).

Creative team

Written by Roy Williams with direction by Paulette Randall, design by Libby Wilson, lighting by Mark Jonathan, sound by Delroy Murray, fight direction by Philip D’Orléans and casting by Briony Barnett CGD.


Reviews of The Fellowship

★★★★ ‘Roy Williams’s masterful new play is one of those stories that you emerge from feeling like you've gone on an epic journey’ - Time Out
★★★★ ‘A truly authentic reflection of Black Britishness’ - The Stage
‘Skeete’s forceful and impassioned presence lights up the stage’ - The Telegraph
‘A moving and hard-hitting family portrait…Roy Williams’ ambitious new play tackles the complexities of Black British identity’ - Evening Standard
‘Williams writes with a mixture of humour, fury and compassion’ - Financial Times
‘A heartfelt epic play’ - The Arts Desk

Show Information

Running time
2 hours 35 minutes (including an interval)
Performance dates
Booking to 23 July 2022
Performance days
Evenings: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Matinees: Thursday, Saturday

Venue Information

Hampstead Theatre, Eton Avenue, Swiss Cottage, London, NW3 3EU
Nearest Tube or Train: Swiss Cottage (Jubilee Line)
Nearest Buses: C11, 13, 31, 46, 82, 113, 187, 268
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