All My Sons given extension at West End
Strong demand for All My Sons tickets has led to the show's run in London being extended.
The show, which stars David Suchet and Zoe Wanamaker, will now run until October 2nd 2010.
This latest version of Arthur Miller's classic story of greed, guilt and love has already won plenty of praise from the newspaper critics.
Indeed, the Times described the production as a masterpiece, while the Evening Standard said the two lead actors are currently providing the best performances in the West End.
The Independent, meanwhile, has been equally complimentary of the play, saying All My Sons is effectively London theatreland's summer blockbuster.
Both of the lead actors have plenty of theatre experience between them, but they will also be very well-known to TV audiences.
Suchet will forever be associated with Agatha Christie's legendary detective Hercule Poirot, while Wanamaker has appeared in Doctor Who, Love Hurts and My Family.
By Jemma Howard