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Noises Off tickets available now for West End transfer
Michael Frayn’s multi-award-winning backstage comedy Noises Off has transferred from the theatre where it debuted back to the West End at London’s Garrick Theatre! This hilarious play within a play is consistently lauded as one of the funniest plays of all time. This tribute to the unpredictability of the theatre will have you feeling like you’re a part of the cast. Don’t miss your cue, grab tickets for the Noises Off West End transfer to the Garrick!
Noises Off transfers to Garrick Theatre
This classic British comedy takes us behind the scenes and backstage with a company of actors as they struggle to prepare for and then finish a run of their newest show. We get to watch from different angles and iterations as our actors’ relationships turn sour behind the scenes and just how much that seeps out into the show taking place on the stage. Noises Off is known for its technical complexity and split-second timing. An immediate hit when it premiered, Noises Off quickly transferred to the West End’s Savoy Theatre where it would go on to run for five years. The show had multiple Tony award-nominated runs on Broadway and numerous London revivals including productions at the Piccadilly Theatre in the West End, The National Theatre, and London’s Old Vic. With its unique peek behind the curtain at life in the world theatre the show became a favourite of professional and amateur theatre companies around the world. It would go on to be made into a 1992 film starring with a star-filled cast including Carol Burnett, Michael Caine, Christopher Reeve, John Ritter and Nicollette Sheridan.
Noises Off 2019 West End production
Almost 4 decades after its premiere Noises Off has been changed and updated several times by its writer Michael Frayn to keep it fresh and engaging for audiences. This innovative new production of Michael Frayn’s classic comedy is directed by Olivier Award nominee Jeremy Herrin. Herrin has had much success and earned accolades from critics for his work on productions like All My Sons, Wolf Hall, This House and Labour of Love. Noises Off played at the Lyric Hammersmith through 3 August ahead of its West End transfer. This victorious return of a true British Classic is guaranteed to have long-time fans eager for tickets and also introduce whole new audiences to the wonders of Noises Off.
Noises Off cast
While casting for the West End transfer of Noises Off has yet to be announced, it is hoped that some, if not all of the Lyric Hammersmith cast will be reprising their roles. The Lyric Hammersmith revival of Noises Off will be headed by BAFTA Award nominee Meera Syal, who had a well-received turn as Miss Hannigan in early 2018. The actress will be playing Dotty Otley and is known for her work in Beautiful Thing, Absolutely Anything and The Kumars at No. 42). She will be joined by Llyod Owen (Cleaning Up) playing the show’s director Lloyd Dallas. BAFTA Award winner for Best Actor, Daniel Rigby (Eric & Ernie, Two Guvnors) portrays Garry Lejeune. Casting for the Garrick run of Noises Off will be confirmed in due course.
Do not miss this achingly funny comedy as it transfers from the Lyric Hammersmith to London’s Garrick Theatre! You won’t want the door to slam shut on tickets for the Noises Off Garrick Theatre transfer so be sure to book now to guarantee you’ve got a seat to see all the action!
Yasmin Abidi25th January
My favourite farce! Thanks for the laughs.
Mrs Cook6th January
An excellent production and very well cast. Hilarious! Really enjoyed it.
Susan Cokyll5th January
You'll be in for an exhausting time but for all the right reasons... I'd really like it to be put on again and get a season ticket as I laughed so much, I know I missed a lot. Brilliant production, inspired cast - the perfect antidote to the dreary rubbish one is surrounded by nowadays. Accolades to all involved!
Sophie Craven5th January
It was very good. Stage was used brilliantly. Very committed and energetic performance. Choreography was excellent and equally well executed.
Fast moving and very funny..enjoyed it!
A wonderful way to laugh out loud. Excellent performances all round.
Absolutely hilarious! Brilliant production
Fabulous- laughed myself silly
Dream dust4th January
It was by far the funniest thing I have seen. Everyone needs to see this
While I enjoyed what I could see of the performance I did find it impossible to follow the story as a) I could not hear the dialogue clearly from the Grand Circle and, b) the view from my seat was restricted by about one third - and, of course, a lot of action took place on that third of the stage.
Avril Lees3rd January
First act the amount of times the word ‘sardines’ was used was overplayed and I began to feel uncomfortable and slightly irritable. Second act was brilliant in timing. Third section complimented and tied all together. Good job done by all very enjoyable overall.
Tony Shields3rd January
Great fun if a little disjointed