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Constellations - 2012 - West End

‘Let’s go for a drink. I don’t know what I’m doing here anyway. One drink. And if you never want to see me again you never have to see me again.’

One relationship. Infinite possibilities.

Quantum multiverse theory, love and honey. An explosive new play about free will and friendship.

The intimate Jerwood Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court will be transported into the heart of the West End this autumn with the magical CONSTELLATIONS transferring to the Royal Court's previous home, the Duke of York’s Theatre.

Starring two of the most exciting stars in current British theatre, Sally Hawkins ('Jayne Eyre,' 'Made in Dagenham' and Golden Globe winner for Best Actress in Mike Leigh's 'Happy-Go-Lucky') and Rafe Spall (Donmar's 'One Day When We Were Young,' Channel 4's 'Pete Versus Life' and Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus') in an explosive play about with a chain of cosmic consequences.


Duke of York's Theatre

(London, )
(Leicester Square) St. Martin's Lane

Constellations West End Cast


by BWW News Desk - November 23, 2012
Following the debate about class in our society hosted by Alastair Campbell during the run of Posh, and the debate about the legacy of the Greenham Common feminists during the run of Jumpy, The Royal Court at the Duke of York's season Extras programme continues on Friday 30 November. 'The Making of Constellations' gives an exclusive and rare insight into how this Evening Standard award nominated play was put together by writer Nick Payne.