Don Juan in Soho starring David Tennant Tickets
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David Tennant stars in the West End premiere of DON JUAN IN SOHO, the “funny, acerbic and biting” (The Times) play written and directed by Patrick Marber.
The Independent | The Observer
‘BRILLIANTLY RECONCEIVED BY MARBER, THIS IS A HYPER-SOPHISTICATED SHOW AND, IN EVERY WAY, A PRODIGIOUS EVENING.’ - The Independent
‘DAVID TENNANT DAZZLES WITH A BEGUILING, FLEET-FOOTED CHARM.’- The Guardian
‘THE ALWAYS BRILLIANT ADRIAN SCARBOROUGH EXCELS.’ - The Observer
The Guardian | The Times | Financial Times
Loosely based on Molière’s tragicomedy ‘Don Juan’, this hilarious modern update transports the action to contemporary London and follows the final adventures of its debauched protagonist – a cruel seducer who lives only for pleasure.
Marking ten years since its acclaimed run at the Donmar Warehouse, David Tennant leads an electrifying cast, comprising of Adrian Scarborough, Gawn Grainger, Theo Barklem-Biggs, Mark Ebulué, Mark Extance, David Jonsson, Dominique Moore, Emma Naomi, Alice Orr-Ewing, Himesh Patel, Adrian Richards, William Spray, Danielle Vitalis and Eleanor Wyld, at Wyndham’s Theatre for a strictly limited season until 10 June.
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Running time2 hours 10 minutes including 20 minute interval
Performance dates17 March – 10 June 2017
Contains scenes of sexual nature. Contains strong language. Security: For your comfort and security, you may be subject to additional checks on your visit to London theatres - we appreciate your patience and understanding while these are taking place. Unfortunately, the theatre is unable to accept large items of luggage in our cloakrooms at this time. If you are travelling with such items, storage solutions are available throughout London.
Sebastian Schellenberg18th June
Awesome play, brilliant David Tennant... Absolutely recommendable.
Yvette Norcott15th June
David Tennant was brilliant. Hilariously funny play. Fantastic acting. Seats (Wyndham theatre) in lower part of the grand circle steep though, which was fine except when the people in front kept leaning forward.
Charlotte Rebsdorf14th June
It was great! Of all the things we experienced while in London, this play was definitely in the top three
Kimberly Myers11th June
Engaging show. If it wasn't the last day I would go see it again. The dialogue was captivating and injected timely bits of humor based on current global affairs. Venue was stunning and intimate.
barbara lacey11th June
Acting by all cast excellent. Second half far better than first
Dr Tanvi11th June
Excellent venue and an overall wonderful experience.
Nicholas and Elainne Pike11th June
This was superb. There is no other word for it. David Tennant was absolutely magnificent, and perfectly captured the louche, sleazy, irresponsible philanderer that the character is, His revelation towards the end of the play, however, of how observant an astute his character actually is was an utterly joy. One hundred and ten percent perfect.
Valerie 11th June
Excellent show very funny and sell acted.
Sarah Hogan11th June
Great night! David Tenant and the rest of the cast were amazing. Music, Laughter, Lighting on point!Pity about the women in front who wouldn't stop moving her head so I could actually watch it.
Stamos Fokianos11th June
absolutely amazing; Tennant a riot, revolutionary, the rest of the cast fantastic, especially his butler and his father
Mrs Lorinda Jones10th June
BRILLIANT!!! Such a funny show and Tennant proved what a fantastic range of acting skills he has. The rapport between him and Adrian Scarborough was superb, very natural and comfortable. Deserves to have a much longer run and would be great to see again in my home town if it were to tour. Highly recommend a visit if you get chance.
Simin Shini-mehrabzadeh10th June
Excellent / brilliant/ funny/ entertaining