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Following the phenomenal audience and critical acclaim, McQueen transfers to the Theatre Royal Haymarket for a strictly limited season from 13th August.
A mysterious girl has been hiding in a tree in McQueen’s Mayfair garden for the past eleven nights, secretly watching him as he struggles to find inspiration for his new collection. Tonight she climbs down and breaks into his house to steal a dress she could never afford to buy, in the hope of becoming someone special. Together, they go out onto the streets of London and into the whirlwind of McQueen’s life. As the girl begins to unravel before him, it becomes clear that she needs more than her dream dress to see her through the night. With its beauty, the world invites us all to live another day, and with each other, two troubled souls may just find the comfort they so desperately crave.
McQueen will take you on a beautiful and haunting voyage into the visionary imagination and dark dream world of the late Alexander McQueen, fashion’s greatest contemporary artist.
A new play by James Phillips Directed by John Caird. Starring Stephen Wight as Alexander McQueen and Carly Bawden as Dahlia, with Tracy-Ann
Oberman as Isabella Blow, Laura Rees as Arabella and Michael Bertenshaw as Mr Hitchcock
“John Caird’s production is suitably fabulous”
Holly Williams, The Independent
“Powerful and memorable”
Christopher Hart, The Sunday Times
Georgina Brown, Mail on Sunday
“Inventive and beautiful”
Michael Coveney, WhatsOnStage
“Christopher Marney’s choreography is sensual and menacing... David Farley’s design is
elegant and evocative… a fabulous performance from Stephen Wight”
Clive Davis, The Times
“Stephen Wight captures the tormented genius of Alexander McQueen”
Henry Hitchings, Evening Standard
Running time2hrs 15mins including an interval.
Performance datesClosing 17 October. Monday to Saturday 7.30pm, Thursday & Saturday 3pm
Gallery tickets - please note there are 65 steps up to this level and seating is on cushioned wooden benches.
David Preston11th October
A very different play but excellent. Very moving and haunting experience. Actors were first class
Dawn Meckel3rd October
Loved it. Creative and interesting.
Philip Tilson24th September
Very disappointing. Having expected some real insight into the life of McQueen and to be able to enjoy looking at some of his creations it was instead a navel-gazing, disjointed series of rather pretentious introspection. Had hoped it might be enlivened by the appearance of Tracy Ann Obermann but, of course, she didn't appear last night! It merits one star by virtue of the staging which was very good.
Suromayi Amihyia22nd September
Amazing, amazing, amazing
elaine Hayden21st September
Was a little disappointed. The whole play seemed stuck on his mental anguish... Yes I get it! He was dark but it showed hardly anything of his brilliance.. And not enough of the feel of the fashion world for me... I wanted a bit of fierce mixed with my tortured genius.
Rebecca Curry12th September
I had bought cheap tickets in the Gods and took four friends. I had loved the McQueen exhibition at the V&A and was keen to see the show. However, reviews were not great so I had started to have very low expectations. Perhaps that had an impact, but actually we all really enjoyed our evening. We were upgraded to the stalls and I was totally engrossed all the way through. I thought it was REALLY well acted, I totally believed it was Alexander on the stage. The dance helped the performance flow and I felt the pain of the loss of an amazing creative force. Shame it wasn't full, but that was our gain, the critics can really break a play.
Mary Osborn11th September
Very entertaining but very sad at the same time.The explicit language and black humour added to the performance to make it a very Mc Queen experience
Elizabeth Lambert5th September
Thoroughly enjoyed play, excellent cast, script and staging. Very kindly got given upgrades too, thank you!
sallyanne kent4th September
Fantastic Stephen Wight did a perfect take on Lee and the show was funny raw and very thought provoking . An insight into two genius troubled contemporaries .
Nicola Downer3rd September
Very disappointing play. The dancing was good, music excellent, sets interesting and the acting very good but the content was dreadfully flat. Both my husband and the husband of a friend left at half time.
ELYSA RULE1st September
The settings and choreography evoked memories of his designs. The ending was so poignant knowing his demise.
Robin Ball30th August
The mix of voice, dance and visuals was great. It helped me, a poor scientist, understand life issues such as what influences creatives? And why do so many commit suicide? When buying tickets from London Theatre Direct remember that all you get is a voucher, which you then have to swap at the box office for a ticket - allow time for this bureaucratic process.