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Kathleen Turner And Ian McDiarmid Star In Bakersfield Mist For Strictly Limited Season

Bakersfield Mist Tuesday 22 April 2014

International star of stage and screen Kathleen Turner returns to the West End in Bakersfield Mist, a new comedy by Stephen Sachs. The show, which is inspired by true events follows Maude, a fifty-something unemployed bartender, who has bought a painting for a few bucks from the thrift store. Despite almost trashing it, she thinks it's a Jackson Pollock worth millions.

Uncle Vanya & Three Sisters Open, John Lloyd Young Leaves Jersey Boys & More This Week #WestEndWeek

Uncle Vanya Tuesday 22 April 2014

Following the long Easter weekend, an unusually quiet week lies ahead in theatreland.

David Suchet To Play Lady Bracknell in Wilde Masterpiece

Importance of Being Earnest, The Tuesday 15 April 2014

David Suchet, the seven-time Olivier Award nominee is set to return to the London stage for the first time since his acclaimed performance in 2012’s Olivier Award-winning revival of Long Day’s Journey Into Night. He will star as Lady Bracknell in a new production of Oscar Wilde's much loved masterpiece The Importance Of Being Earnest when it opens in the West End next summer.

Rave Reviews Continue For West End Transfer Of Handbagged

Handbagged Tuesday 15 April 2014

The ‘wickedly funny’ (Evening Standard) Olivier Awards-nominated Handbagged has transferred from a sold out run at the Tricycle last year to the West End where it continues to receive rave reviews!

Relative Values, Cool Rider And More This Week… #WestEndWeek

Relative Values Tuesday 15 April 2014

Theatreland celebrated the past year of London Theatre at the 38th Olivier Awards held at the Royal Opera House. However, while it’s lovely to look back it’s also important to look forward, and there is lots going on in theatreland this week!

​Feature: Olivier Awards 2014 - The Book of Mormon Triumphs

The Book of Mormon Monday 14 April 2014

The 38th Olivier Awards took place last night (Sunday 13th April 2014) at The Royal Opera House. Hosted by Stephen Mangan (who recently starred in Jeeves and Wooster) and Gemma Arterton (soon to star in Made In Dagenham), the star-studded evening celebrated the past year in theatreland.

Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Celebrates Book's 50th Anniversary In Stunning Display

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Tuesday 08 April 2014

The West End's Olivier-nominated production of Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has created a full, 3D replica of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory made entirely out of biscuits. The chocolatey chocolate factory was created in honor of Roald Dahl's book upon which the musical was based and stands in the display window of Waterstones flagship shop in Piccadilly.

Full Cast Announced for Good People West End Transfer

Good People Tuesday 08 April 2014

The full cast has been announced for the highly anticipated West End transfer of David Lindsay-Abaire's play Good People, starring Imelda Staunton and Lloyd Owen.

Olivier Awards And A Final Farewell to Spamalot This Week #WestEndWeek

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Monday 07 April 2014

This week is one of the most important weeks in theatreland as the 2014 Olivier Awards take place at the Royal Opera House on Sunday (13th April 2014). For the second year running ITV are broadcasting a highlights package after the ceremony takes place.

Martin Freeman To Play Richard III

Friday 04 April 2014

 Martin Freeman (Sherlock, The Hobbit Trilogy, The Office) will play Richard III, in the first production of Jamie Lloyd’s second season for Trafalgar Transformed, at Trafalgar Studios. Running from the 1 July to 27 September 2014, Shakespeare’s Richard III follows Jamie Lloyd’s critically acclaimed first season for Trafalgar Transformed, which launched with Macbeth starring James McAvoy, The Hothouse, starring John Simm and Simon Russell Beale and The Pride, starring Hayley Atwell and Mathew Horne.

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