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Casting update: Mack has found his Mabel

March 13, 2015 

Chichester Festival Theatre have announced further casting for Mack & Mabel.

Joining the already announced Michael Ball as Mack  is American Rebecca Le Chance as Mabel.

Rebecca LaChance

Rebecca LaChance recently debuted on Broadway in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical as a featured ensemble member while understudying Jessie Mueller in the title role. Her other credits include Johnny Baseball directed by Gordon Greenberg, the director of Chichester’s acclaimed production of Guys and Dolls during Festival 2014,  Central Avenue Breakdown and If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.

The casting to date includes Anna-Jane Casey as Lottie, Jack Edwards as Fatty, Alex Giannini as Mr Kleiman, Gunnar Cauthery as Frank and Mark Inscoe as William Desmond Taylor. The company also includes Michelle Francis, Emily Langham, Rebecca Louis, Joshua Lovell, Joseph Prouse, and Emily Shaw.

Mack & Mabel forms part of the 2015 Chichester Festival Season and will be directed by Jonathan Church, with choreography by Stephen Mear and design by Robert Jones.

Starring Michael Ball as Mack, with American new-comer Rebecca Le Chance as Mabel, Mack & Mabel is based on the true romance between Hollywood legends Mack Sennett and Mabel Normand. Nominated for eight Tony Award when it opened on Broadway in 1974 this musical comedy includes the much-loved score Time Heals Everything and I Won’t Send Roses. Music and lyrics are by Jerry Herman (La Cage aux Folles) and the book by Michael Stewart (Barnum, 42nd Street), the multi award-winning team behind the classic Broadway musical Hello, Dolly!

STORY

Mack & Mabel is based on the tumultuous romantic relationship between Hollywood director Mack Sennett and Mabel Normand a waitress who became one of his biggest stars.  In a series of flashbacks, Sennett relates the glory days of Keystone Studios from 1911, when he discovered Normand and cast her in dozens of his early “two-reelers”, through his creation of Sennett’s Bathing Beauties and the Keystone Cops to Mabel’s death from tuberculosis in 1930. Like all good musicals it ends on a happy note!

 

Chichester Festival Theatre announce Festival 2015

February 26, 2015 

Jonathan Church and Alan Finch announce Chichester Festival’s 2015 season including Lenny Henry in Educating Rita and Michael Ball in Mack & Mabel.

Chichester Festival 2015 marks the first full season since its major refurbishment with an ambitious programme of shows that use the scope of the building to its fullest potential.
Highlights include:

  • Young Chekhov, a major season of the dramatist’s early work, Platonov, Ivanov and The Seagull, in versions by David Hare, directed by Jonathan Kent, featuring Anna Chancellor, James McArdle and Samuel West
  • Two major musicals feature in the Festival Theatre: Michael Ball returns to Chichester in Mack & Mabel and a new stage version of A Damsel in Distress
  • Lenny Henry makes his Chichester debut in Educating Rita
  • The Festival Theatre stage will be transformed into a river for Alan Ayckbourn’s Way Upstream, featuring Sarah Parish
  • A sumptuous revival of Jean Anouilh’s The Rehearsal will be directed by Jeremy Sams
  • The themes of war, conflict and freedom of speech are explored in two productions: Frank McGuinness’s award-winning drama, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me and W. Somerset Maugham’s For Services Rendered
  • Chichester Festival Youth Theatre marks its 30th anniversary with the world premiere of Michael Morpurgo’s Running Wild

WAY UPSTREAM by Alan Ayckbourn
Director: Nadia Fall
23 April 2015 – 16 May 2015 , Festival Theatre
Four old friends, one cruising boat, two weeks off work, and the perfect setting of the beautiful River Orb. What could possibly go wrong? This hilarious expose of the murky depths that lurk beneath the surfaces of friendship, love, desire and power is vintage Ayckbourn.
Nadia Fall makes her directorial debut at Chichester having recently directed Dara and Home for the National Theatre, and Hobson’s Choiceat Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.
Sarah Parish also makes her Chichester debut as June. Her television credits include W1A, Mistresses and Cutting It.
THE REHEARSAL by Jean Anouilh
Translated by Jeremy Sams
Director: Jeremy Sams
8 May 2015 – 6 June 2015, Minerva Theatre
The Count, better known as Tiger, is planning another of his spectacular parties, including an evening of amateur dramatics. But as soon as rehearsals begin, it’s clear that his play will unleash just as much passion, shock and intrigue off stage as it will on. This clever comedy exposes the truths that people conceal and the secret roles that they really want to play.
Jeremy Sams directs the production, having also provided the celebrated translation. His directing credits include The Sound of Music in the West End, Noises Off at the National Theatre and The Water Babies at Chichester.
A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS
Music and Lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin
Book by Jeremy Sams and Robert Hudson
Based on the novel by P.G.Wodehouse and the play by P.G.Wodehouse and Ian Hay
Director: Rob Ashford
30 May 2015 – 27 June 2015 , Festival Theatre
Bring together a world-weary American composer, a beautiful and irrepressible English socialite, a fierce aunt, and lots of other delightfully eccentric characters and the stage is set for a charming musical, based on a novel by P.G.Wodehouse with songs by George and Ira Gershwin.
This new stage musical is directed and choreographed by Rob Ashford whose credits include Shrek The Musical, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Scarlett Johansson, and Macbeth with Kenneth Branagh and Alex Kingston.
EDUCATING RITA by Willy Russell
Director: Michael Buffong
18 June 2015 – 25 July 2015 , Minerva Theatre
English lecturer Frank has never met anyone like plain-speaking Rita – until the Open University brings them together. Willy Russell’s touching and enduring comedy has delighted audiences around the world, and celebrates its 35th anniversary this year.
Actor, broadcaster and comedian Lenny Henry makes his Chichester debut as Frank. His theatre credits include The Comedy of Errors at the National Theatre and award-winning performances in West End productions of Fences and Othello.
Also making her Chichester debut is Lashana Lynch whose recent credits include Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet at The Shed (National Theatre), BBC 1’s Death in Paradise and BBC 3’s Crims.
The production is directed by Michael Buffong, Artistic Director of Talawa Theatre Company, whose recent credits include All My Sons andMoon on a Rainbow Shawl.
MACK & MABEL
Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman Book by Michael Stewart
Book revised by Francine Pascal
Director: Jonathan Church
13 July 2015 – 5 September 2015 , Festival Theatre
This musical comedy is a poignant love story and a riveting tribute to the silent movie era, based on the true romance between Hollywood legends Mack Sennett and Mabel Normand. It received eight Tony Award nominations when it opened on Broadway in 1974.
Michael Ball plays Mack Sennett. His other recent credits include his Olivier Award-winning performance in Chichester’s production ofSweeney Todd (also West End), the BBC drama That Day We Sang and the West End production of Hairspray.
Director Jonathan Church’s most recent musical hit is the award-winning Singin’ in the Rain, which continues its international tour in 2015. His other credits include Festival 2014’s Taken at Midnight (currently running in the West End) and Amadeus, as well as The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui. Choreography is by Stephen Mear, whose credits include Festival 2014’s Amadeus and Gypsy.

FOR SERVICES RENDERED by W. Somerset Maugham
Director: Howard Davies
31 July 2015 – 5 September 2015 , Minerva Theatre
Written in 1932, this engrossing drama confronts the damaging consequences of war, loss and trauma for one ordinary English family.
Director Howard Davies’s many acclaimed productions for the RSC, the National Theatre, in the West End and on Broadway have garnered him many awards. In 2009 he made his Chichester debut with The House of Special Purpose.

RUNNING WILD 
by Michael Morpurgo
in a new adaptation by Samuel Adamson
Director: Dale Rooks
2 August 2015 – 16 August, Cass Sculpture Foundation
A touching and thrilling story of the devastating Boxing Day tsunami, and a young boy’s remarkable jungle adventures afterwards.   This tale of healing and the power of nature is based on Michael Morpurgo’s novel, in a new adaptation by Samuel Adamson, directed by Dale Rooks, with puppetry by Finn Caldwell and Toby Olié.
The promenade production by Chichester Festival Youth Theatre will be staged in the evocative landscape of Cass Sculpture Foundation, against the spectacular backdrop of monumental sculptures and dramatic settings.
SOMEONE WHO’LL WATCH OVER ME by Frank McGuinness
Director: Michael Attenborough
10 September 2015 – 10 October 2015, Minerva Theatre
Based on the experiences of those taken hostage in Lebanon in the 1980s, this drama features an American doctor, an Irish journalist and an English academic – three men with little in common who somehow forge bonds that testify to the power of the human spirit.
Director Michael Attenborough makes his Chichester debut. Whilst Artistic Director of the Almeida Theatre, his award-winning productions included Measure for Measure and The Knot of the Heart.  David Haig returns to Chichester following his appearance in Festival 2014’s highly acclaimed Pressure, which he also wrote.
YOUNG CHEKHOV: THE BIRTH OF A GENIUS
PLATONOV, IVANOV and THE SEAGULL by Anton Chekhov
in versions by David Hare
Director: Jonathan Kent
28 September 2015 – 14 November 2015, Festival Theatre
Three plays written when Anton Chekhov was young offer a new perspective on this undisputed master of modern drama. With sunbursts of youthful anger and romanticism, they reveal a very different playwright from the one known through his mature, more familiar work.
Acclaimed playwright David Hare has written these versions.
Anna Chancellor, last at Chichester in Private Lives and South Downs/The Browning Version (also West End), is confirmed to play Arkadina in The Seagull, with her other role to be announced.
James McArdle, whose credits include The James Plays at the Edinburgh Festival and National Theatre, plays the title role in Platonov and Lvov in Ivanov.
Samuel West, last seen at Chichester in Enron and Doctor Faustus, plays the title role in Ivanov and Trigorin in The Seagull.
Director Jonathan Kent returns to Chichester following his acclaimed Festival 2014 production of Gypsy which transfers to London in 2015.

Michael Ball to star in Chichester Festival Theatre production of Mack & Mabel

February 2, 2015 

It was announced today that Michael Ball will star in Chichester Festival Theatre’s major new production of Mack & Mabel this summer.

Directed by Jonathan Church, Chichester’s Artistic Director, Mack & Mabel plays the Chichester Festival Theatre 13 July til 5 September, followed by a UK tour from October.

Based on the true romance between Hollywood legends Mack Sennett (Michael Ball) and Mabel Normand, this musical comedy received eight Tony Award nominations when it opened on Broadway in 1974.

Tour dates released so far include Plymouth Theatre Royal (1 Oct – 10 Oct), Manchester Opera House (12 Oct – 24 Oct), Dublin BGE Theatre (27 Oct – 7 Nov), Edinburgh Playhouse (10 Nov – 21 Nov), Nottingham Theatre Royal (23 Nov – 28 Nov), and Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre (1 Dec – 6 Dec). No news on London dates but given the recent success of Chichester Festival Theatre productions it will hopefully transfer to the West End.
Michael Ball is to play Mack Sennett with full casting to be announced shortly.
Michael Ball has recently been seen in the BBC television drama That Day We Sang, which reunited him with Sweeney Todd co-star Imelda Staunton. Theatre credits include the title role in Sweeney Todd (Chichester’s Festival 2011 and West End), Hairspray, Les Misérables, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Passion, Aspects of Love, The Woman in White and The Phantom of the Opera. Ball co-produced Chichester Festival 2010’s West End transfer of Love Story.
The creative team also includes choreography by Stephen Mear, Chichester’s Associate Choreographer and design by Robert Jones whose Chichester credits include Festival 2014’s Taken At Midnight (also West End), Kiss Me, Kate (also Old Vic) and Calendar Girls (also UK tour, Australia and Canada). Other credits include West End productions of A Chorus of Disapproval and Much Ado About Nothing.

Michael Ball to star in Mack and Mabel

November 14, 2014 

Michael Ball to star as Mack in Chichester Festival Theatre revival of Jerry Herman’s Mack and Mabel

Michael Ball to star in Mack & Mabel

Michael Ball to star in Mack & Mabel

Michael Ball is set to team up again with his Sweeney Todd co-workers when he stars in Mack and Mabel at Chichester Festival Theatre this Summer.

Following his acclaimed performance as Sweeney in Sweeney Todd at Chichester, which transferred to the West End’s Adelphi Theatre, Michael is set to reunite with director Jonathan Church and choreographer Stephen Mear for a new production of Jerry Herman and Michael Stewart’s Broadway show Mack and Mabel.

The show will open in summer 2015 at the Chichester Festival Theatre, and we’ll start the rumours here and now that the show may transfer into town!

Chichester has recently been enjoying huge success with Jonathan Kent’s production of Gypsy starring Imelda Staunton (who also starred with Michael in Sweeney Todd) – a show which is strongly tipped to be transferring in to London.

The search is currently underway to find a Mabel to play opposite Ball in this 1974 show set during the silent movie film era and about the relationship between director Mack Sennett and actress Mabel Normand.

Apparently the book of the show, which is loathed more than loved, is to get a good going-over ahead of the production.

Original gossip source: Daily Mail (14/11/14)

Bernadette Peters and ABBA to appear at Olivier Awards 2014

March 29, 2014 

More details have been announced about this year’s Olivier Awards.

  • Bernadette Peters, ABBA’s Benny and Björn and Joseph Calleja to perform
  • Michael Ball, Samantha Barks, Beverley Knight, Luke Treadaway, Ruth Wilson to present awards
  • Show performances include The Book Of Mormon, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Scottsboro Boys.
Bernadette Peters will perform at this year's Olivier Awards

Bernadette Peters will perform at this year’s Olivier Awards

The Society of London Theatre has announced that Broadway star Bernadette Peters will perform at this year’s Olivier Awards, held at the Royal Opera House on 13 April 2014.

The two-time Tony Award winning star will fly into London especially for the awards, and sing a show-stopping number accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra.

Also at this year’s awards, ABBA’s Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus will reunite to celebrate 15 years of the hit show MAMMA MIA!

There will also be a special performance by international opera singer Joseph Calleja, who will finish the first half of the evening by singing E lucevan le stelle from Puccini’s Tosca.

All of this year’s Best New Musical nominees will perform at the show including The Book Of Mormon, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Once and The Scottsboro Boys.

There will also be performances from all the Audience Award nominees – Les Misérables, Matilda The Musical, The Phantom of the Opera and Wicked.

WATCHING THE AWARDS

ITV has announced the time that it will air their Olivier Awards highlights package: 10.15pm on 13 April 2014 on ITV.

The ITV Stage in Covent Garden Piazza will also be presenting a free Olivier Awards celebration from 5pm on the day. Hosted by Myleene Klass and Michael Xavier, the free event will feature live performances from shows including Avenue Q, Les Misérables, Matilda The Musical, Urinetown and Wicked.

Large screens in the Piazza will broadcast the Awards live from 6.30pm.

HOSTS AND PRESENTERS

Gemma Arterton and Stephen Mangan will be hosting this year’s awards, with voiceover by Julie Walters.

Guest presenters will include Michael Ball, Samantha Barks, Kristin Davis, Lesley Garrett, Nigel Harman, Rufus Hound, Beverley Knight, Dame Penelope Keith, Robert Lindsay, Dame Gillian Lynne, Ben Miles, Alistair McGowan, Marianela Núñez, Lesley Sharpe, Mark Strong, Luke Treadaway, Gok Wan, Ruth Wilson and Leigh Zimmerman. More presenters and guests will be announced nearer to the night.

The BBC Concert Orchestra will be accompanying all performances under David Charles Abell.

LINKS

Visit our Olivier Awards microsite

Photos: Olivier Awards 2013 – Awards night and winners

April 29, 2013 

Photos from the 2013 Olivier Awards at the Royal Opera House in London.

Helen Mirren, best actress winner at the 2013 Olivier Awards

Helen Mirren, best actress winner at the 2013 Olivier Awards

See photos from this year’s Olivier Awards including:

  • Luke Treadaway from The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time
  • Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton from Sweeney Todd
  • The cast of Top Hat
  • Helen Mirren from The Audience
  • The cast of Billy Elliot The Musical
  • The cast of A Chorus Line
  • Will Young from Cabaret
  • Special Award winners, playwright Michael Frayn and choreographer Gillian Lynne
  • Glee stars Matthew Morrison and Idina Menzel
  • Hosts Sheridan Smith and Hugh Bonneville
  • Presenters Damian Lewis, Daniel Radcliffe, Michael Crawford and Kim Cattrall
  • Performer Petula Clarke
  • Heather Headley from The Bodyguard

Viewing this on a tablet or mobile? Click here to see photos

LINKS

View all winners of the Olivier Awards 2013

 

Winners of the 2013 Olivier Awards announced

April 28, 2013 

The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time scoops 7 awards at this year’s Olivier Awards.

Luke Treadaway wins Best Actor

Luke Treadaway wins Best Actor

At a glamorous event at the Royal Opera House in London, the Society of London Theatre’s annual Olivier Awards were held this evening, Sunday 28 April 2013, hosted by Sheridan Smith and Hugh Bonneville.

The show of the night was undoubtedly the National Theatre’s production of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time, which is now playing at the Apollo Theatre in London. The show, based on Mark Haddon’s acclaimed novel, won 7 awards including best new play, best director for Marianne Elliot, best actor for Luke Treadaway and best supporting actress for Nicola Walker. The show equaled that of last year’s big winner, Matilda the Musical.

The leading musicals of the night were Chichester Festival Theatre’s Sweeney Todd and Top Hat at the Aldwych Theatre, which both won 3 awards. Sweeney Todd won best musical revival, best actor in a musical for Michael Ball and best actress in a musical for Imelda Staunton, and Top Hat scooped best new musical, best theatre choreographer for Bill Deamer and best costume design for Jon Morrell.

Helen Mirren wins Best Actress for The Audience

Helen Mirren wins Best Actress for The Audience

Helen Mirren won a best actress award for her role as The Queen in Peter Morgan’s play The Audience at the Gielgud Theatre, alongside her co-star Richard McCabe, who won best supporting actor.

Billy Elliot The Musical won the BBC Radio 2 Audience Award, voted for by members of the theatregoing public. Other awards included Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre to the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court for its Season of New Writing, Best Revival for A Long Day’s Journey Into Night at the Apollo Theatre, Best Entertainment and Family for Goodnight Mr Tom at the Phoenix Theatre and Leigh Zimmerman won Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical for her role in A Chorus Line at the London Palladium.

Playwright Michael Frayn and dancer and choreographer Gillian Lynne were presented with Special Awards at the event. Roger Allam gave Michael Frayn his award, and David Suchet and Michael Crawford presented Gillian Lynne with her Special Award.

Olivier hosts Hugh Bonneville and Sheridan Smith

Olivier hosts Hugh Bonneville and Sheridan Smith

Live musical performers included Matthew Morrison, Idina Menzel, Michael Ball, Tim Minchin, Sheridan Smith and Petula Clark, with the casts of Cabaret, A Chorus Line, The Bodyguard and Top Hat included in the night.

LINKS

View all winners of the Olivier Awards 2013

View a clip of Billy Elliot The Musical – live from the Olivier Awards

Whatsonstage Awards winners announced

February 18, 2013 

The winners of the Whats On Stage awards have been announced, including The Bodyguard winning Best New Musical.

Heather Headley and the cast of The Bodyguard perform at this year's Whatsonstage Awards. The Bodyguard scooped Best New Musical. Photo: Peter Gibbons

Heather Headley and the cast of The Bodyguard perform at this year’s Whatsonstage Awards. The Bodyguard scooped Best New Musical. Photo: Peter Gibbons

At a ceremony last night, 17 February 2013, at the Palace Theatre in London a host of West End stars gathered for the annual awards, voted for by members of the theatregoing public.

Hosted by Mel Giedroyc and Rufus Hound, over 60,000 people voted for this year’s awards.

Big winners included Chichester’s West End transfer of Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd, with Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton both taking home awards for Best Actor and Best Actress in a Musical. The show also picked up gongs for Best Musical Revival, Best Director for Jonathan Kent and Best Lighting Designer for Mark Henderson.

Other musicals to take home prizes last night included The Bodyguard, which against stiff competition scooped the Best New Musical award. The arena tour production of Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice’s Jesus Christ Superstar saw Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress in a Musical awards go to  Tim Minchin and Melanie C respectively.

And hot on the heels of the new film version of Les Miserables, Cameron Mackintosh’s original London production at the Queen’s Theatre won Best West End Show and Best Takeover for Ramin Karimloo for his performance as Jean Valjean.

In other musical awards, pop star Will Young received the London Newcomer of the Year award for his West End debut performance as the Emcee in Cabaret at the Savoy Theatre. Broadway star Idina Menzel, the original Elphaba in Wicked, scooped Best Solo Performance for her West End concert last year, Boy George musical Taboo at Brixton Club House won Best Off-West End Production, and Green Day’s Broadway musical American Idiot took Best Regional Production for its autumn tour.

In drama, Sheridan Smith continued her awards run as she took Best Actress in a Play for Hedda Gabler at the Old Vic. Best Supporting Actress in a Play went to Natalie Casey, currently starring in the National tour of 9 to 5 The Musical, for her performance in the Menier Chocolate Factory’s revival of Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party, which also won Best Play Revival.

Best Actor in a Play went to Rupert Everett for his current theatrical performance as Oscar Wilde in The Judas Kiss at the Duke of York’s Theatre.

Shakespeare’s Globe’s Richard III and Twelfth Night double-bill earned earned three awards: Best Ensemble Performance for the company, Best Shakespearean Production for Twelfth Night and Best Supporting Actor in a Play for Stephen Fry as Malvolio in Twelfth Night.

The National Theatre’s stage adaptation of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time was named Best New Play ahead of its transfer to the Apollo Theatre in the West End, and Graham Linehan’s stage version of the Ealing comedy The Ladykillers won Best New Comedy.

In other awards, Danny Boyle’s Olympics Opening Ceremony was rewarded with the Theatre Event of the Year gong. And the late Marvin Hamlisch was honoured in the Best Original Music category for his score for Sweet Smell of Success, which received its UK premiere in October at London’s Arcola Theatre. Hamlisch’s musical A Chorus Line is now running at the London Palladium.

LINKS

Whatsonstage Awards 2013 – complete list of winners

VIDEO

Highlights of the Whatsonstage Awards 2013

Sweeney Todd Ticket Offer: Save £27.50 on tickets

June 4, 2012 

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Starring Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton

A wickedly funny tale of love and revenge, Sweeney Todd has been hailed by the Daily Telegraph as ‘a true classic by a true master’.

Jonathan Kent’s thrilling new production of Stephen Sondheim’s award-winning musical features two world class performances from Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton and is not to be missed.

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Michael Ball is Britain’s leading and best-loved musical theatre star. An Olivier Award winner and multi-platinum recording artist, his transformation into the Demon Barber has been called ‘the performance of his life‘ by the Daily Mail.

Oscar® nominee and BAFTA-winner Imelda Staunton is best known for acclaimed performances as Dolores Umbridge in the Harry Potter films, Miss Pole in Cranford and the title role in Mike Leigh’s Vera Drake. Time Out has hailed her performance as Mrs Lovett as ‘nothing short of astonishing‘.

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April 30, 2012 

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Starring Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton

A wickedly funny tale of love and revenge, Sweeney Todd has been hailed by the Daily Telegraph as ‘a true classic by a true master’.

Jonathan Kent’s thrilling new production of Stephen Sondheim’s award-winning musical features two world class performances from Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton and is not to be missed.

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Oscar® nominee and BAFTA-winner Imelda Staunton is best known for acclaimed performances as Dolores Umbridge in the Harry Potter films, Miss Pole in Cranford and the title role in Mike Leigh’s Vera Drake. Time Out has hailed her performance as Mrs Lovett as ‘nothing short of astonishing‘.

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