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Production images are in for new West End comedy The Crown Jewels at the Garrick Theatre in London.

The show is now playing at the Garrick Theatre until 16 September 2023.

A fabulous cast includes Al Murray (Al Murray The Pub Landlord) as King Charles II, with West End star Carrie Hope Fletcher (Cinderella), Joe Thomas (The Inbetweeners), Mel Giedroyc (Company, The Great British Bake Off), and Neil Morrissey (Men Behaving Badly, The Good Karma Hospital, Line of Duty).

The Crown Jewels also stars Aidan McArdle (Jane Eyre, Mr Selfridge) and Tanvi Virmani (Life of Pi). The cast also includes Adonis Siddique as Wythe Edwards/Footman; Dedun Omole as Footman; Ryan Lane as William Smith/Footman; Kieran Brown as Footman and Emma Bown as Footman.

The comedy is based on the true story of one of British history’s most audacious heist attempts, and sees charismatic and unpredictable Colonel Blood is planning the greatest heist of all time: stealing the Crown Jewels in plain sight. With a gang of misfits by his side, what could possibly go wrong? But Charles II can’t afford a royal scandal, and no King likes people handling their Crown Jewels…

The Crown Jewels is written by award-winning TV and stage writer Simon Nye (Men Behaving Badly, The Durrells) and is directed by multi Olivier Award winner Sean Foley (The Upstart Crow, Idiots Assemble: Spitting Image The Musical).

The creative team also includes: Set and Costume Design by Michael Taylor; Lighting Design by Natasha Chivers; Sound Design by Andy Graham; Music by Grant Olding; Props Supervisor Lizzie Frankl for Propworks; Associate Props Supervisor Kate Dowling; Costume Supervisor Hilary Lewis; and Associate Director Dewi Johnson.

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