March 20, 2014
Tony Award-winning show Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Belasco Theatre.
WINNER OF 4 TONY AWARDS 2014 – including Best Musical Revival
NOW STARRING Tony Award nominee Andrew Rannells (The Book of Mormon, The New Normal)
FROM 16 OCTOBER STARRING Golden Globe winner Michael C. Hall (Dexter).
The acclaimed revival of cult musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch has hit Broadway! Acclaimed Broadway star Andrew Rannells takes over from Neil Patrick Harris as Hedwig in this extraordinary show, with Dexter’s Michael C. Hall then taking over from 16 October 2014.
John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask’s landmark American musical, directed by Tony Award winner Michael Mayer (Spring Awakening) is heartbreaking and wickedly funny.
Also starring 2014 Tony Award winner Lena Hall, hilarious monologues and an incredible score make this raucously entertaining show the inspiration of a generation.
Hedwig is an East German, transgendered wanna-be rock star who tells his/her life story by performing a rock concert! From a botched sex change operation to a chequered past as homeless waif, lover of an American soldier and SUPER DIVA – Hedwig’s story has it all!
★★★★★ “Makes Broadway rock harder than ever before!” Time Out New York
“I don’t remember the last time i heard a Broadway audience scream so loud! Hedwig and the Angry Inch has been long overdue for its turn on Broadway. This is a thrilling production. Hedwig feels like a celebration!” The Wall Street Journal
“Spectacular! Helmed with fabulous flash by Michael Mayer. What fun!” Variety
June 9, 2012
The smash-hit Broadway show The Book of Mormon will open in the West End this Spring, beginning previews on 25 February 2013.
The show will open at the Prince Of Wales Theatre London and preliminary casting is currently under way to find the new stars of the show.
Written by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone along with Avenue Q’s Robert Lopez, the show has won numerous awards on Broadway including 9 Tony Awards.
This hilarious musical centres on a pair of teenage Mormon boys sent on a mission to a dangerous part of Uganda to spread the word, and is a riot of song and dance numbers mixed with profanity and outrage!
And far from offending, The Book of Mormon has been embraced by all – including Mormons, with the show managing to be mocking, outrageous and satirical but is also well researched, humane and surprisingly moral. A must-see.