After sell-out runs at both Chichester Festival Theatre and the Royal Court Theatre, Neal Street Productions brought Enron to the Noël Coward Theatre in the West End in 2010. Lucy Prebble's groundbreaking play was directed by Rupert Goold and garnered huge critical acclaim and numerous awards including Best Director at both the Olivier Awards and the Evening Standard Awards.

Following its record-breaking West End season, Enron transferred to the Broadhurst Theatre, Broadway for a limited run in April 2010.

Winner of 1 Olivier Award & 1 Evening Standard Award


Based on real life events, the play uses music, dance and video to portray one of the most infamous scandals in financial history and casts a new light on the events leading up to it.

Key Creatives & Cast

Key Creatives:
Directed by Rupert Goold
Written by Lucy Prebble

Original London Cast:
Amanda Drew
Tim Piggott-Smith
Samuel West
Tom Goodman-Hill



Noël Coward Theatre, West End. 16th January - 14th August, 2010


"Lucy Prebble's hugely ambitious play, covering the rise and fall of the Texan energy company, Enron, is an exhilarating mix of political satire, modern morality and multimedia spectacle.”

The Guardian

“It’s an incredible achievement to come up with a play with not a dull moment in it.”

The Times

“Brings to thrilling life the rise and collapse of the vast Texas energy company”

Mail on Sunday