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Ages of the Moon by Sam Shepard

Debbie Hicks presents
AGES OF THE MOON
By Sam Shepard

Sam Shepard's poignant and intensely gripping play Ages of the Moon receives is long-awaited UK premiere, starring Christopher Fairbank (Auf Wiedersehen, Pet) and Joseph Marcell (The Fresh Prince of Bel Air).

On a hot summer's night, deep in the American wilderness, Byron and Ames are reunited by mutual desolation. By the fading light of an eclipsing moon, the pair reflect on love and life over a bottle of whiskey - and as old rivalries flare, their forty-year friendship is put to the test at the barrel of a gun.

"Definitely see this play" - New York Times
Access Information

For Accessibility information please contact the box office  0207 401 9603.

Address

Launcelot Street Waterloo London

Cancellation Policy

No refunds or exchanges after booking. 

Duration

90 minutes (no interval)

Good To Know

Show contains strong language and gunfire.

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email with your voucher attached. Please print this voucher, it is your ticket of admission. Bring the voucher to the venue. We recommend you arrive 30 minutes before the show starts.

Suitable For Children

Recommended age 14+

Times

17th October to 24th November 2019

Where Do I Go

The Vaults Theatre Entrance

Launcelot Street

SE1 7AD

Vaults Theatre

Launcelot Street Waterloo London

Latest customer reviews

  • Ages of The Moon, Worth staying up for.

    27 October 2019

    Two old friends sitting on the porch of a run down shack drinking and chewing over past times whilst one waits to see a partial eclipse of the moon. Sam Shepard has built a world with words inhabited by two men creeping toward the end of their lives, misremembering and misinterpreting events long gone, the pain of remembering is tempered by the humour and affection they feel for each other . Christopher Fairbank and Joseph Marcell are pitch perfect in their interpretation of the two characters and their emotional journey, funny and moving. I was left with the sense that whilst we can predict to the minute the phases of the moon, our memories seem to slip from our grasp until the feelings they evoke become more important than the clarity of recollection.

    Gareth Lane Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • A silence is an extension to conversation

    26 October 2019

    This is how the play starts and this is how the play ends. There are 60 minutes of personal drama in a middle which is duly shared between two old buddies under the remains of their shaky memories. An hour well spent. All would be well if my bicycle was not vandalized outside. It was not in a script but for a bicycle thief, an hour is plenty to do his job.

    Bes Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • ages of the moon

    23 October 2019

    outstanding dialogue between two men.

    novellette Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Unbeatable actors

    18 October 2019

    Unbeatable actors, and well done the stage and the place. I would like more positive surprise in the script and less drama

    David Blazquez Confirmed ticket purchaser