REVIEW: Annie, Piccadilly Theatre ✭✭✭

Book tickets for Annie at the Piccadilly Theatre starring Miranda Hart

Annie Piccadilly Theatre, 4th June 2017 3 Stars BOOK TICKETS Miranda Hart is the big name draw in this bouncy, colourful revival of the perennial childrens’ and families’ favourite about the cute little girl with the endlessly repeated big tune.  While she may not be able to act, sing or dance in any recognisable ‘musical theatre’ way, she pleases the audiences every time she sets foot upon … Read more

Further casting announced for Annie in West End

Book now for Annie at Piccadilly Theatre

Alex Bourne will be Daddy Warbucks with Holly Dale Spencer as Grace Farrell alongside Miranda Hart as part of further casting announced for the new West End production of Annie. The pair, who have both appeared in the UK tour of the musical, will be joined in the show at Piccadilly Theatre by Jonny Fines as Rooster and Djalenga Scott as Lily. Today’s casting news follows the previously announced Hart as iconic villain Miss Hannigan. … Read more

Miranda Hart To Make West End Debut As Miss Hannigan In Annie

Miranda Hart will star as Miss Hannigan in Annie at the Piccadilly Theatre

Annie is headed back to London’s West End, this time featuring multi award-winning comedy writer, actor and author Miranda Hart in her West End stage debut as the infamous Miss Hannigan! Annie will open at the Piccadilly Theatre in May 2017 directed by Nikolai Foster and produced by Michael Harrison and David Ian. Bookings for Annie open Friday 17 February 2017 with our exclusive Pre-Sale … Read more

CRITICS CHOICE: Emily Hardy’s Pick Of 2015

Annie Uk Tour 2015

This information was updated on 1st October, 2018 My pick of 2015 is neither a stroke of theatrical genius like the Almeida’s Oresteia nor a brilliant and original work of art like 1927’s Golum. It is in fact a populist musical, despised by many, dating back to the 1970s. NB: If squeaky-voiced, optimistic red-headed orphans conjure distressing memories of amateur productions past, look away now … Read more

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