Interview with Ghost Stories co-creator and star Andy Nyman.
Day: 21 March 2011
Zoe Wanamaker and Kenneth Cranham star in Olivier Award winner Howard Davies’ new production of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard at the National Theatre.
We don’t like to moan (much) but where are all the London productions celebrating the late, great Tennessee Williams?
This week sees a number of birthday celebrations, including two American theatre greats: Stephen Sondheim turns 81 after a riotous year of 80th birthday tributes culminating in his Olivier Special Award, and this week marks the centenary of the great Tennessee Williams. Also Priscilla makes it to two years old this week as the Broadway production starts camping it up on the other side of the Atlantic, and Kneehigh Theatre Company follow their acclaimed production of Brief Encounter with another reimagining of a cinema classic, this time French movie The Umbrellas of Cherbourg.
The successful Chichester production of Yes, Prime Minister is making a welcome return to the West End this summer, from 6 July to 17 September 2011.
UNTIL 17 SEPTEMBER AT THE APOLLO THEATRE: Yes, Prime Minister returns to the West End based on the classic BBC sitcom, starring Simon Williams and Richard McCabe. Transfers to the Gielgud Theatre from 20 September.