What Did Critics Think of Death of a Salesman in the West End?

The Verdict   What Did Critics Think of Death of a Salesman in the West End?
The Young Vic production of Arthur Miller’s play transferred to the Piccadilly Theatre.
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Following a sold-out run at the Young Vic, the Marianne Elliott-helmed revival of Death of a Salesman has opened at the Piccadilly Theatre.

Seventy years since Arthur Miller's Pulitzer-winning play first hit the Broadway stage, this West End rendition re-imagines the tragedy of deluded traveling salesman Willy Loman from the perspective of an African-American family.

The production is slated to run until January 4, 2020.

Read what critics thought of the West End bow below.

The Arts Desk (Rachel Halliburton)

Culture Whisperer (Lucy Brooks)

Go London (Nick Curtis)

The Stage (Tim Bano)

The Times (Clive Davis)

TimeOut London (Alice Saville)

The Upcoming (Cristiana Ferraut)

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