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Meet Brian Cox at Long Day's Journey Into Night for two

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See and meet Emmy, Golden Globe and Olivier award-winning actor Brian Cox at NYT's The Big Night Out on Monday 3rd June! All whilst raising critical funds to help the next generation of leaders, thinkers and creatives to become their best selves.

Win a pair of premium tickets in the stalls to Long Day's Journey Into Night along with the unmissable opportunity to meet Succession star Brian Cox after the show. There are three pairs up for grabs for the three highest bidders. All winners will meet Brian Cox after the show and attend an exclusive reception with drinks and nibbles on the Rooftop of the private members' club Soho House Greek Street from 10pm til late! 

★★★★ "RIVETING & HEART RENDING" - Daily Telegraph

Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Long Day's Journey Into Night depicts a summer day in the life of the Tyrones, closely based on O’Neill’s own chaotically dysfunctional family. Deeply moving and uplifting in equal measure, it’s a compelling story of love, hate, betrayal and addiction and the impossible fragility of family bonds.

Following his recent acclaimed production of Best of Enemies, award-winning director and NYT Alum Jeremy Herrin’s new production brings into sharp focus the universality of O’Neill’s beautifully crafted characters and language, along with Movement Direction by NYT Alum Polly Bennett, to create an unmissable theatrical event.

Please bid generously to break down barriers and enable young people to thrive.

Tickets for Monday 3rd June at  7:00pm. Date non transferrable. Two tickets available per bid. If you would like to bid on more than two tickets email Running time 3 hours plus a 20 minute interval. Reception at Soho House Greek Street from 10pm onwards. Over 18s only.

With thanks to Brian Cox