Helen Mirren to return to The Queen in Broadway revival of The Audience
Photos from the 2013 Olivier Awards at the Royal Opera House in London
Winners of the 2013 Olivier Awards announced. The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time scoops 7 awards at this year’s Olivier Awards.
The nominations for the 2013 Olivier Awards were announced today at the May Fair Hotel in London.
Presented by Olivier Award winners Ruth Wilson and Elaine Paige live on BBC Radio 2’s Ken Bruce show, the announcement also featured a performance from last year’s big Olivier winner Matilda The Musical.
The shows dominating this year’s awards include the National Theatre’s The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time, Hollywood musical Top Hat at the Aldwych Theatre and recent Chichester and Adelphi Theatre production of Sweeney Todd.
Clive Hirschhorn reviews The Audience starring Helen Mirren at the Gielgud Theatre in London.
Production photos of The Audience at the Gielgud Theatre starring Helen Mirren
Reviews are in for THE AUDIENCE, Helen Mirren’s return to playing The Queen
Helen Mirren as Her Majesty The Queen in Peter Morgan’s new play The Audience at the Gielgud Theatre in London.
Rehearsal photos of The Audience starring Helen Mirren at the Gielgud Theatre
HELEN MIRREN in The Audience
Joining Helen Mirren as The Queen in the world premiere of Peter Morgan’s The Audience will be Haydn Gwynne who will play Margaret Thatcher, Robert Hardy as Winston Churchill and Paul Ritter as John Major. Stephen Daldry’s production will preview at the Gielgud Theatre from 15 February 2013
Dame Helen Mirren is set to reprise her role as The Queen in new West End play The Audience written by Peter Morgan and directed by Stephen Daldry.
With the announcement that David Tennant’s Hamlet is to be televised for BBC2 we ponder the question: is televising theatre a good thing?
Helen Mirren will take her starring role in Phedre, premiering at the National Theatre in June, to the USA. She will perform at Washington, D.C.’s Shakespeare Theater Company. Directed by Nicholas Hytner and co-starring Dominic Cooper fresh from his Mamma Mia movie success, Jean Racine’s tragedy will also be broadcast in the UK on cinema screens in a new trial by the National to broaden its audience. BOOK TICKETS TO THE NATIONAL THEATRE & PLAYS IN THE WEST END
Helen Mirren (The Queen) and Dominic Cooper (Mamma Mia!) star in a new National Theatre production of Jean Racine’s 1677 classic tragedy Phaedra, directed by Nicholas Hytner. The production will co-star Margaret Tyzack and open in June 2009. In a version by Ted Hughes, the story centres on a Greek myth about a queen who falls passionately in love with her stepson in her husband’s absence. Booking with westendtheatre.com opens soon Sign up to keep updated with news and booking information