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This House transfers to the West End

James Graham's political drama will head to the Garrick Theatre following its run at Chichester Festival Theatre

The original productio of This House

Jeremy Herrin's production of This House will head to the West End in November.

James Graham's political drama is set in Westminster between 1974 and 1979 as Labour faced a vote of no confidence in James Callaghan's government.

The piece originally ran at the National Theatre in 2012 and transferred to the Olivier Theatre where it garnered rave reviews.

Herrin directed the original production which he revives for this return. This House opens first at Chichester Festival Theatre in September before heading to the Garrick Theatre to open on 30 November.

Graham's most recent work includes Privacy, which will star Daniel Radcliffe in New York and The Vote which was broadcast live on TV on election night.

Herrin's previous work at Chichester includes South Downs, Uncle Vanya and Another Country.

Casting will be announced in due course.