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The World Premiere of La Cage Aux Folles has come to London’s Park Theatre
The English language world premiere presented by Park Theatre and Adam Blanshay Productions has opened for a limited 5-week run and it is not to be missed! Tickets for La Cage Aux Folles (The Play) are available now for the production which is being presented in English for the first time. Delve into the original story that inspired four blockbuster films and the Tony Award-winning musical.
What is La Cage Aux Folles about?
An outrageously funny play that gives insight to the nightlife of St Tropez. The story follows nightclub owner Georges and his partner, the dazzling drag artiste, Albin who are renowned for putting on the most fabulous shows in town. However, the real show starts when Laurent, Georges’ son, announces his engagement to the daughter of a right-winged politician who has made it their mission to bring down the curtain on the town’s nightlife. Despite the imminent threat, Georges and Albin attempt to disguise their true nature as they entertain their future in-laws for the sake of their son. But how long will their façade hide who they really are?
Meet the La Cage Aux Folles’ creative team
The original writer, Jean Poiret, was a French screenwriter, actor and director. He is most popularly known for La Cage Aux Folles. In 1973, he wrote and starred in the play, but it was in 1978 and with the film adaptation that Poiret found success.
The new translation of the play comes from Simon Callow MBE. He is an acclaimed writer, actor and director. Callow rose to prominence through acting for theatre, his first-ever job being for Sir Laurence Olivier himself, after Callows sent him a fan letter. He is widely known for his roles in television and popular films such as Four Weddings and a Funeral. As well as his successful career in acting, Callows also pursued directing and writing, having huge success with both.
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 16+
Running time2hr 15min (inc. interval)
Performance dates12 February - 21 March 2020
AccessThere will be a Captioned performance Tuesday 10 Mar 19.30 and an Audio Described performance Wednesday 18 Mar 19.30
ms andrea miller13th March
A bit of a disappointment. Too much like farce. Lost the pathos and sweetness between Gearge and Albin. Great sets, costumes. Some good performances. A lot of hard work. Good ensemble playing.
Colin John Dealey12th March
Witty.aserbic and gloriously Camp.
David Watson10th March
I love both the musical and the original play, this performance was better as the layout of the Park Theatre is such that you feel part of the performance. Great acting and so funny, I had to wipe the tears from my eyes as I left the theatre. Thank you Simon Callow and the whole cast.
Della cavner10th March
Loved it! Wonderful evening. So lovely to see Peter Straker performing.
Kathleen Biggs10th March
Uplifting... Lots of fun and rear acting
Brilliant performance from all the actors
Judy Evans8th March
I thought the first act was very funny, interesting and well acted. The second act less so, with some weak characters and it went a bit flat.
Laurene Marguerite Kelly8th March
Fantastic intimate space. Excellent [email protected]
Mrs hunt8th March
Fabulous performance. Wonderful playhouse. Friendly staff. Loved the whole experience.
Katherine Sadler8th March
Lovely production, set and theatre. I enjoyed the interaction with the audience as it was not intrusive but very funny. Easy to follow the story and characters. I really liked the set as it was minimalistic but just enough to move the plot along. All the actors were excellent and over the top in the best way.
P Patel8th March
Loved it!!!! Super funny and phenomenal actors.
Steve Lincoln7th March
Very good product from the very beginning to the end. I liked the unexpected way the audience was included. Only very slight criticism is that Zaza could have been a bit camper.. but hey, that might be based on what I am used to!