Ulster American in London: Guide to Woody Harrelson and Andy Serkis show - tickets and Tube

Ulster American will have a limited run in the capital starting this week.
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Hammersmith's Riverside Studios will welcome some big stars to its stage over the next two months. Woody Harrelson and Andy Serkis will star in a limited run of Ulster American at the London venue, starting this week, along with Derry Girls' Louise Harland.

The production follows an Oscar-winning American actor, an English director, and a Northern Irish playwright as they embark on rehearsals for a project that could transform each of their careers.

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For those planning on watching the show in the city during its London run, here's everything you need to know.

How long will the Ulster American show be open in London? 

The Ulster American show will only be staged for eight weeks. Kicking off its stint in the capital on Monday (December 4), it will continue its London takeover until January 27.

What is the nearest Tube station to the Ulster American show in London?

The closest London underground stop to the Ulster American show at Riverside Studios is Hammersmith. Accessible via the District, Piccadilly, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, the station is a 10-minute stroll from the theatre venue.

Are there tickets left to see the Ulster American show in London?

Yes, London theatre fans are still able to bag tickets to see the Ulster American show during its limited eight-week show in the capital.

As well as booking online, those hoping to catch a show at the last minute can also try their luck at the TodayTix daily lottery or even head to the Riverside Studios Box Office to secure a seat.