The acclaimed Chichester Festival Theatre production of Quiz is to become the latest play by James Graham to transfer to London.
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Under Jeremy Herrin’s slick direction, Martin Freeman and Tamsin Greig are a delight, the Beatrice and Benedict of the Ballot Box.
The Old Vic has announced that due to phenomenal demand, their sell-out production of Bob Dylan and Conor McPherson’s Girl From The North Country will transfer to the Noel Coward Theatre for a strictly limited season. Tickets are now on sale. The production will preview from 29 December 2017 and open officially on 11 January […]
Producers have advised that on the advice of doctors Sarah Lancashire has had to withdraw from the upcoming production of James Graham’s Labour Of Love. Olivier Award-winning actress Tamsin Greig will now play Jean Whittaker opposite Martin Freeman as David Lyons. Greig and Freeman join Rachel Sterling (Elizabeth Lyons), Kwong Loke (Mr Shen), Dickon Tyrrell […]
Producer Cameron Mackintosh has announced that his acclaimed production of Half A Sixpence will play its final performance at the Noel Coward Theatre on Saturday 2 September 2017. This dazzling new reinvention of the classic musical first opened at the Chichester Festival theatre last summer before transferring to the West End where it received rave […]
Live theatre lovers are probably going to hate me for this one, but I have to say that I actually enjoyed the Half A Sixpence recording more than I enjoyed the show – but not by much!
Following rave reviews for the new production of Half A Sixpence and its incredible leading man Charlie Stemp, producer Cameron Mackintosh announced today that the show would extend its run at the Noel Coward Theatre until 22 April 2017. Read our review for Half A Sixpence. This completely fresh stage adaptation takes David Heneker’s original […]
All in all, this collaboration between the Chichester Festival Theatre and Cameron Mackintosh is a splendidly handsome revival of a much-loved classic story, offering a fresh look at one of the greatest British musical scores ever written, and incorporating a lot of fine new writing by some of the most experienced creatives in the industry. […]