Late Company

Produced by Stage Traffic, the European premiere of this acclaimed drama by Canadian writer Jordan Tannahill played at the Finborough Theatre. Following a highly successful sell-our run, it now transfers to Trafalgar Studios, 21st August – 16th Sept 2017.

After the suicide of their son, a grieving mother and father dine with his tormenter. Masochism, absolution, forgiveness, and revenge are unravelled in the intimacy of Trafalgar Studio 2.

Directed by Michael Yale


Transfer to Trafalgar Studios


Todd Boyce
David Leopold
Alex Lowe
Lucy Robinson
Lisa Stevenson


News and Reviews for ‘Late Company’

Oct 2017 Broadway World UK / WEST END AWARDS – ‘Late Company’ shortlisted in the Best New Production of a Play category!

“Transferred from the tiny Finborough to the slightly less tiny Traf 2, the intimacy and force of Michael Yale’s production is riveting… “

TheatreCat *****

“A potent piece of work brilliantly acted, which convincingly presents the dilemmas of being parents of teenagers in the internet age”

Daily Mail ****

“Utterly transfixing. Impeccable performances”

The Telegraph ****

“We laugh, we cry and we emerge having experienced something special”

Attitude ****

”Lucy Robinson and Lisa Stevenson a perfect contrast as Debora and Tamara”

Evening Standard ****

“Dinner party from hell serves up full gamut of human emotions. A terrific play. Go! This one deserves a West End transfer”

The Times ****

“Powerful new drama about the devastating aftershocks of cyber bullying. SUPERB.”

Time Out ****

“A gripping, powerful and devastating critique of societal and parental hypocrisy in the digital age. Compelling and beautifully acted.”

Radio Times ****

“Late Company weighs heavily on your mind in the days following the performance. This is theatre in its purest form.”

The Independent ****

“Genuinely Powerful. A show that serves up plenty of food for thought.”

WhatsOnStage ****

“One of the most poignant and finely executed plays I’ve seen all year”

Carn’s Theatre Passion ****

“Theatre in its purest form – direct, engaging, intelligent and relevant”


“Compelling, essential drama.”

Jonathan Baz Reviews ****

“Superbly crafted. A gripping study about grief, guilt and the impossibility of parenthood”

The Stage ****