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A Man For All Seasons theatre tickets - Theatre Royal - Haymarket - London
When henry viii's first wife catherine of aragon is unable to produce an heir to the throne he uses this as a pretext for divorce – allowing him to marry his newest conquest anne boleyn. needing societal and religious approval henry seeks the support of sir thomas more: lawyer writer scholar and churchman only for more’s crucible of moral standards – against the personal pride and political salvation-seeking of henry viii – to lead to a choice between his own integrity and certain death. . .
As You Like It theatre tickets - Novello Theatre - London
In the forest of arden boundaries between reality and fantasy merge in shakespeare's vibrant comedy of life and love. "all the world's a stage and all the men and women merely players: they have theirs exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts his acts being seven ages. " act ii sc vii 139
Blackbird theatre tickets - Albery Theatre - London
Blackbird by david harrower and directed by peter stein was commissioned by edinburgh international festival where it received its world premiere earlier this year. award-winning actors roger allam and joghi may will recreate their roles as ray and una. blackbird is an electrifying dark intense new play. two people had a relationship now they meet 15 years on. ray has made a new life for himself he has a new identity he didn't think he could be found. una has thought of nothing else and on finding a photo of him sets out to find ray with shattering consequences.
Blood Brothers with Quo Vadis
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Blood Brothers with The Penthouse
London theatre direct exclusive theatre dinner package. buy tickets for blood brothers with a three-choice two-course dinner at london's balcony @ penthouse right on leicester square! tuesday to thursday £39 friday £42 and saturday £65.
Chicago with Le Cafe du Jardin
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Creeper - The theatre tickets - Playhouse Theatre - London
A revival of pauline macauley’s psychological drama the creeper starring veteran actor ian richardson will run for a limited 12-week season – from february 9 2006 (previews from february 7) – at london’s playhouse theatre. richardson will play edward kimberley an eccentric member of the landed gentry whose home is upset by the arrival of a young opportunist with a shady past.... richardson was last seen in the west end in 1997 in the magistrate at the savoy. his many credits for the royal shakespeare company include the hollow crown alongside sir derek jacobi sir donald sinden and dame diana rigg. his film and tv credits are too numerous to mention although one of his most memorable performances was as ‘tailor’ in the bbc adaptation tinker tailor soldier spy. joining him in the cast of the creeper will be oliver dimsdale alan cox robert styles and harry towb. director bill bryden’s revival was first seen at the theatre royal windsor in august 2005 and can be seen in cambridge (for one week from january 23 2006) and malvern (from january 30 2006 again for one week only) prior to its west end transfer.
Crucible - The theatre tickets - Gielgud Theatre - London
The crucible by arthur miller lauded by the critics when it opened in stratford this magnificent production by the royal shakespeare company of arthur miller?s the crucible transfers to the gielgud theatre for a strictly limited season. 'one of the greatest plays by the greatest dramatist of the 20th century' sunday times. hailed for his outstanding performances on stage television and film iain glen as john proctor heads a tremendous cast directed by the rsc's highly acclaimed associate director dominic cooke. 'a scorching performance from iain glen' - independent on sunday when young women are discovered trying to conjure spirits the town of salem is gripped by accusations of witchcraft. in a community paralyzed by fear and religious extremism recrimination and greed take a deadly hold. 'it breaks your heart. essential viewing' - the independent
Dancing in the Streets with Le Deuxieme
London theatre direct exclusive theatre dinner package. buy tickets for dancing in the streets with a two-course dinner at london's le deuxieme at covent garden. monday to friday for only £38 and saturday £68
Embers theatre tickets - Duke of Yorks Theatre - London
Oscar and tony award-winning actor jeremy irons will return to the london stage next year after an absence of 17 years. he will co-star in embers a new play being brought to the west end by a multi-award-winning team. based on the novel by sandor marai embers is written by christopher hampton and directed by michael blakemore. exploring themes of love friendship and betrayal embers is set in war torn europe in 1940 in a hungarian castle where a retired general henrik (irons) awaits the arrival of konrad a friend he has not seen for several decades. like michael frayn's copenhagen which michael blakemore directed to great acclaim in the west end and on broadway (winning a tony award for it as best director) this new play concerns a key event in the past that was pivotal in the lives of the protagonists. in embers the fateful day was over 30 years before when konrad had abruptly deserted a hunting party he was on with his lifelong friend henrik. the following day konrad mysteriously fled vienna leaving behind his two inseparable friends - henrik and his beautiful wife kriztina. the passing of so many years has not dulled henrik's memory of that day nor answered the questions that still haunt him. hampton adapted the play from the late hungarian writer sandor marai's recently re-discovered novel which became an international best-seller on its publication in english and german in 2002. michael blakemore is one of the uk's leading directors. his productions include the premieres of plays by writers such as peter nichols david hare arthur miller and eight by michael frayn. christopher hampton's plays musicals and translations have garnered three tony awards two olivier awards four evening standard awards and the new york theatre critics circle award while prizes for his film and television work include an academy award two baftas a writer's guild of america award the prix italia and a special jury award at the cannes film festival. eric abraham (producer) - is a film television and now theatre producer. he is best known for producing the academy award and golden globe winning film kolya (best foreign language film) in 1997.
Fame with Le Deuxieme
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Glorious theatre tickets - Duchess Theatre - London
Starring maureen lipman (thoroughly modern millie oklahoma) glorious tells the true story of the eccentric american florence foster jenkins. during the 1930s and ‘40s the “socialite soprano” made a career out of concerts although the somewhat delusional singer couldn't hit a single note. florence foster jenkins became known as 'the first lady of the sliding scale' - she warbled and screeched her way through concerts to an audience who mostly fell about with laughter. but this delusional and joyously happy woman paid little attention to her critics instead florence was surrounded by a circle of devoted friends who were almost as eccentric as she was. "people may say that i cannot sing but no one can say that i didn't sing!" florence foster jenkins from murder on the high cs to her most famous recording of mozart's queen of the night aria this “dire diva of din” sold out many months in advance performing private concerts at the ritz carlton in new york to the carnegie hall. author peter quilter
Gyus and Dolls with Café Fish
London theatre direct exclusive theatre dinner package. buy tickets to the musical extravaganza that is guys and dolls with dinner at london's café fish just off shaftesbury avenue for £78 this price applies to all performances from monday to saturday
Hamlet theatre tickets - New Ambassadors Theatre - London
Cast includes anita dobson alice patten and ed stoppard twelve years after the critical success of their first production of hamlet which starred alan cumming and eleanor bron and transferred to the donmar warehouse ett have staged a new production with ed stoppard in the title role and anita dobson playing queen gertrude. hamlet comes to the new ambassadors following a sell out national tour during autumn 2005. stephen unwin artistic director of the company and director of this production is a winner of the shakespeare globe’s sam wanamaker award and hamlet stays true to the company’s ethos producing of raw direct and passionate theatre. ed stoppard takes on one of the most challenging roles in drama. his family ties mean that he was born into the theatre and recent productions have included age sex location at the riverside studios london and the seagull and the merchant of venice at chichester festival theatre. anita dobson whilst familiar to millions as angie from eastenders received the finest notices of her career for her performance in frozen at the royal national theatre and was nominated for best actress at the olivier awards evening standard awards and london critics circle awards. other stage work includes budgie with adam faith three sisters at the royal court le bourgeois gentilhomme at the national and kvetch at the garrick. ophelia is played by alice patten who as daughter to the governor of hong kong spent her early life away from england before returning to begin an acting career by appearing in vincent in brixton at the wyndhams theatre.
Hay Fever theatre tickets - Theatre Royal - Haymarket - London
Booking opens today for hay fever the noel coward play starring dame judi dench that has just confirmed its run at the theatre royal haymarket. peter hall’s revival of coward’s hay fever will preview from 6 april opening on 19 april with a limited 18-week season until 5 august. the king of social farces noel coward famously whipped up this play in a mere 72 hours. based on the life of the eccentric american actress laurette taylor the story follows flighty thespian judith bliss (dench) who lives with her husband and children in an idyllic rural abode and invites a selection of unwitting guests to join what becomes an increasingly mad house. dame judi dench was last seen on a west end stage in 2004 in the rsc’s all’s well that ends well at the gielgud. she has most recently starred on screen in pride and prejudice and has just been bafta nominated for her star turn as the feisty stubborn widow laura henderson in mrs henderson presents the stephen frears film about london’s windmill theatre and its penchant for nude revues. dench’s on-stage husband david will be played by peter bowles (sleuth wait until dark on stage) while belinda lang best known as the harried mum in tv series two point four children will play myra arundel and kim medcalf (eastenders’ sam mitchell) takes the role of sorel bliss. other cast members include william chubb charles edwards and dan stevens. hay fever is designed by simon higlett with lighting by paul pyant and sound by gregory clarke. it is produced by bill kenwright and thelma holt.



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