Day: 9 August 2010

Krapp’s Last Tape

Following rave reviews at Dublin’s Gate Theatre, a transfer to London of Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape starring Michael Gambon, directed by Michael Colgan.

A Flea in her Ear

Tom Hollander (Rev, In The Loop) and Lisa Dillon star in Georges Feydeau’s 1907 French farce A Flea in her Ear, directed by Richard Eyre in a version by John Mortimer.

Cause Celebre tickets at the Old Vic Theatre starring Anne-Marie Duff

Thea Sharrock follows her hit revival of Terence Rattigan’s After The Dance with the playwright’s drama based on the true story of Alma Rattenbury, played by Anne-Marie Duff, who went on trial with her 18-year-old lover for the murder of her husband.

Design for Living

Anthony Page directs Tom Burke, Lisa Dillon and Andrew Scott in Noël Coward’s wickedly witty, romantic comedy Design for Living. From 1930s bohemian Paris to the dizzying heights of Manhattan society, a tempestuous love triangle unravels…

When We Are Married

J B Priestley’s classic comedy about class and hypocrisy returns to the West End featuring an all-star cast including Maureen Lipman, Lynda Baron, Susie Blake, Roy Hudd and Sam Kelly.

Love Story

Erich Segal’s best-selling novel Love Story, which was famously turned into a film, transfers to the West End from Chichester starring Emma Williams and Michael Xavier, and produced by Michael Ball.

Birdsong

A new stage adaptation of Sebastian Faulks’ acclaimed novel Birdsong, adapted by Rachel Wagstaff, directed by Trevor Nunn and starring the Chronicles of Narnia’s Ben Barnes, Nicholas Farrell, Iain Mitchell, Genevieve O’Reilly and Lee Ross.

The Country Girl

Jenny Seagrove and Martin Shaw star in Clifford Odets’s The Country Girl, about a once-great theatre star who is given the chance to make a major comeback.

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