How To Get Tickets



Every Monday at 10am, a number of tickets will be released for sale across that week’s performances. Available from


Monday – Friday 9am – 8pm
Saturday 10am – 8pm
Sundays & Bank Holidays 10am – 6pm
(Please note that these phone lines are provided by Quay Tickets)

0330 333 4809


A number of tickets for each show will be available in person at the Apollo Theatre box office on the day of the performance from 10am. Limited to 2 tickets per person.

Apollo Theatre

Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 7EZ

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By Tube

Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo, Piccadilly)

By Bus

1, 14, 19, 22, 24, 29, 38, 55, 176


Q-Park – Chinatown, Newport Place

Mark Rylance Mackenzie Crook


At evening performances, the show will begin at 7.30pm. At Wednesday and Saturday matinee performances, the show will begin at 1.30pm. At Sunday matinees, the show will begin at 3pm.

Currently, there will be no social distancing measures in place. Due to the evolving nature of the protocols for the opening of theatres, this page will be regularly updated.

If you have Theatre Tokens, or a credit/gift voucher, please call 0330 333 4809 for more information.

Audio Described and Captioned Performance: Saturday 11 June, 1.30pm

British Sign Language Performance: Saturday 18 June, 1.30pm

Currently, both Mark Rylance and Mackenzie Crook are scheduled to perform for the entirety of the run. Please note that in line with the conditions of sale, the appearance of any particular performer cannot be guaranteed.

The age recommendation for Jerusalem is 14+.

Jerusalem remains essential viewing. One of the funniest plays you’ll ever see.


This is what theatre is all about.

Sunday Express

It feels more necessary now than a decade ago. Superlatives are inadequate for Mark Rylance.

Sunday Times

Thrillingly well-written and lets the magic rip in Byron’s massively tall stories.

Mail on Sunday

Spellbinding and unmissable.


Jez Butterworth’s drama is exhilarating, dazzling and darker than ever.

Financial Times

There’s mighty, and then there’s Mark Rylance in “Jerusalem”. A performance so powerfully connected to its part that it feels almost superhuman.

New York Times

This exemplary ensemble give us a breath-taking portrait of backwater England that roves from the profane to the sublime.

The Telegraph

Mackenzie Crook returning feels more poignant 10 years on.

Financial Times

Ian Rickson’s masterly revival is a triumph.

The i

A masterpiece of the first order.


A masterpiece. Mark Rylance mesmerises in one of the best plays you will ever see.

The Times

Time has only deepened Jez Butterworth’s modern classic.

Evening Standard

Mark Rylance lets the magic flow once again as the stage performance of our lifetime returns.

Time Out

The play of the century

Daily Mail

Bold, brave, ugly and beautiful

Daily Express

Jez Butterworth’s trailblazing play

Daily Mirror