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The Lehman Trilogy

The West End transfer of The Lehman Trilogy, directed by Sam Mendes

Mr Foote’s Other Leg

Mr Foote’s Other Leg an outrageous tale of comedy, tragedy and fame

South Bank Show to return

The South Bank Show is to return to television with a new series on Sky Arts.

The Hothouse by Harold Pinter at the Trafalgar Studios

Simon Russell Beale and John Simm star in a new revival of Harold Pinter’s tragicomedy The Hothouse. Jamie Lloyd follows his acclaimed production of Macbeth starring James McAvoy with this macabre play at the Trafalgar Studios for a limited season.

Simon Russell Beale And John Simm To Star In Harold Pinter’s The Hothouse

Jamie Lloyd Productions today announced that The Hothouse, Harold Pinter’s macabre tragicomedy will return to London’s West End in a new production this May. The Hothouse is next up in a thrilling season of work for Trafalgar Transformed, a joint initiative between director Jamie Lloyd (Donmar’s Passion, Broadway’s Cyrano de Bergerac, the National Theatre’s She Stoops to Conquer, Royal Court’s The Pride) and Howard Panter. It comes hot on the heels of the critically acclaimed Macbeth, starring James McAvoy, tickets for which have sold out. The Hothouse, with design by award-winning Soutra Gilmour, runs from 4 May to 3 August, with the press night on 9 May 2013.

NATIONAL THEATRE September 2011 – January 2012

Dominic Cooke directs Shakespeare’s THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, with Lenny Henry making his NT debut in the Olivier Theatre
Sinéad Cusack and Ciarán Hinds lead the cast of JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK by Sean O’Casey, directed by Howard Davies, in the Lyttelton
Nicholas Hytner directs Alex Jennings and Simon Russell Beale in COLLABORATORS, a new play by John Hodge in the Cottesloe
Visitors to the National include 1927’s THE ANIMALS AND CHILDREN TOOK TO THE STREETS; Daniel Kitson; and Mark Thomas
Bristol Old Vic’s production of SWALLOWS AND AMAZONS comes to the West End
The third season of NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE includes One Man, Two Guvnors (prior to a UK tour and West End run), The Kitchen, Collaborators and The Comedy of Errors

Deathtrap and Free Dinner

Enjoy stalls or dress Circle tickets to DEATHTRAP and a free pre or post theatre dinner for £49.50

Deathtrap – Round-up of Reviews

Deathtrap marks the first big show to arrive in town at the start of this autumn’s West End openings. And it’s a biggie, with much anticipation around the pairing of acting giant Simon Russell-Beale and Glee heart-throb Jonathan Groff

Deathtrap opens tonight in London

Deathtrap opens tonight, 7 September, at the Noel Coward Theatre in London, and marks the first big premiere of the West End’s new autumn season.

Applause Magazine – September 1997

Applause Magazine – September 1997: Zoe Wanamaker, Simon Russell Beale, Noel Coward, Andre Lewis of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Adam Long

VIDEO: Deathtrap trailer released

With the opening of Deathtrap at the Noel Coward Theatre only days away, a promotional video has been released featuring Simon Russell Beale, Jonathan Groff and Claire Skinner.

Stephen Sondheim tribute at BBC Proms

A major tribute to musicals composer Stephen Sondheim was held on Saturday, 31 July, in London to celebrate his 80th year.

London Assurance in cinemas tonight

Don’t forget that the National Theatre’s London Assurance will be shown in selected cinemas tonight, 28 June, as part of the NT Live programme.

Deathtrap to return to West End

Simon Russell Beale and Glee hunk Jonathan Groff to star in London revival of Deathtrap David Pugh and Dafydd Rogers, producers of Brief Encounter, Equus and recent success Calendar Girls, have achieved another theatrical coup. Their planned revival of long-running Broadway and London play Deathtrap is set to be a huge hit all over again after attracting a heavy-hitting production team and cast for the project. Deathtrap, the 1978 thriller which was made into a film starring Michael Caine and Christopher Reeve, is making a West End reappearance at the Noel Coward Theatre this summer, from 21 August. Acclaimed actor …

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