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Noel Coward Theatre, London4.3271 reviews
Gillian Anderson and Lily James appearing in the London's West End in Ivo Van Hove's adaptation of All About Eve

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All About Eve tickets now on sale at the London West End Noel Coward Theatre, starring Gillian Anderson and Lily James.

Produced by Sonia Friedman and directed by Tony and Olivier Award winner Ivo van Hove, the adaptation is expected to open at the Noel Coward Theatre in London from February 2019. Also joining the cast are Monica Dolan and Sheila Reid.

All About Eve is based on the short story "The Wisdom of Eve," by Mary Orr. The film, made in 1950, was written and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and starred Bette Davis, who portrayed the character of Margo Channing, a prominent yet ageing Broadway star.

Anne Baxter played Eve Harrington, a willingly helpful young fan who insinuates herself into Channing's life, threatening Channing's career and personal relationships. All About Eve was nominated for 14 Academy Awards and won 6, including Best Picture.

Ivo Van Hove won the 2016 Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play for Arthur Miller's A View From The Bridge. As General Director of Holland's leading theatre company Toneelgroep Amsterdam, Ivo Van Hove has staged many internationally acclaimed productions, including, in New York: Alice in Bed, More Stately Mansions (Obie Award), A Streetcar Named Desire, Hedda Gabler(Obie), The Misanthrope, The Little Foxes, and Scenes From a Marriage, all at the New York Theatre Workshop; Roman Tragedies, Cries and Whispers, Opening Night, Angels in America, and Antigone at BAM; and Teorema at the Lincoln Center Festival.

Book your All About Eve tickets now for a limited 14 weeks run, coming to the Noel Coward Theatre London.

Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Running time

2 hours with no interval.

Performance dates

2 February 2019 - 11 May 2019

Special notes

The appearance of any particular artist cannot be guaranteed.

Venue Information

Noel Coward TheatreSt Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4AU

Customer Reviews

271 reviews4.3

Karen24th May

Enjoyed the play. Difficult to sit comfortably in small seats for 2 hours without a break. Found the constant background music a bit irritating and unnecessary.

Wilma Engel14th May

The play was absolutly excellent! I went there for 3 times coming from Germany and it was worthwhile! Lily James was amazing, the whole cast was very good, the stage design was completely different but fantastic.

Mr John Ronald Fenner12th May

Not as entertaining as the film. The staging was distracting. The colouring was bland. I did not go for the video scenes. The vomit was unnecessary. Neither Margo nor Eve were comparable to the stars playing those characters in the film. Sorry about that, but you asked. Bill was engaging and on top firm. I also liked de Witt, who I found very credible.


Thought it was stunning. Visually clever and the main leads were phenomenal

John Green12th May

It was a very slick, albeit emotionally stunted, production, with clever use of video. The problem is, with the seat that I had right at the back (U11), I could only see the bottom of the video screen. They did put small screens for us at the back, but it's difficult watching both screen and stage at the same time. I felt that, with what I paid, I did not receive value for money. Basically, the Noel Coward theatre with its antiquated design and lack of facilities, was simply not the right vehicle for such an ambitious production.

Jan Dobson12th May

Very clever production. I enjoyed it immensely. The use of filming parts on stage showing all angles and what was going on in other areas was very very clever

Emma Gardener12th May

Seen it three times, it was fabulous. Amazing performances by all - Lily in particular was fantastic and took over the stage. Gillian very funny and very well acted.

Gary Fleming11th May

Electrifying, couldn’t take our eyes the the performances. The large screens focusing on the close up/off screen action was also an excellent concept

Andreas Studer11th May

Beautiful staged, sometimes a little hard to hear on Royal Circle

Maria Sugranes11th May

Excellent actors! Whole cast.

Parinaz Wrigley10th May

Wonderfull performance by all and the set design was great too

Eddie10th May

Really enjoyed this show. More so than I thought to be honest !! A good cast and obviously Lily James and Gillian Anderson were exceptional.