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Don’t miss your chance to get Quiz tickets for this strictly limited 12 week run!
QUIZ the play by James Graham, acclaimed writer of Ink and Labour of Love, transfers to the West End’s Noel Coward Theatre following its sell-out run at Chichester Festival Theatre.
Britain is obsessed with quiz shows; watching them, being selected for them, winning them. Quiz is a sharply funny new play that puts quiz shows in the spotlight as it reexamines the 2001 events of the Charles Ingram Who Wants To Be A Millionaire cheating scandal and subsequent trial.
Gavin Spokes (Against, Guys and Dolls, One Man Two Guvnors!) reprises his role as Charles Ingram alongside Keir Charles (The Lottery of Love, A Christmas Carol) who returns to his role as host Chris Tarrant. Come celebrate Britain's near obsession with the quiz show and take a turn in the hot seat 13 March-16 June.
Ask the audience, QUIZ the play is not to be missed! Book your tickets to this strictly limited run now!
'Phone a Friend and Go!' - Daily Telegraph
'It's A Major Coughing Hit!' - Mail on Sunday
'James Graham, theatre's golden boy, has hit the jackpot again.' - Daily Telegraph
'A gripping cautionary tale' - Metro
Age restrictionChildren under 5 will not be admitted. Children under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.
Running time2hr 30min (including interval)
Performance dates31 March 2018 - 16 June 2018
QUIZ is a fictional imagination based on real events which took place in 2001 following an episode of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? It is not in any way connected with the makers of the programme or any of the individuals portrayed.
AccessCaptioned performance Thursday 17 May evening. Audio Described performance Saturday 5 May matinee.
Customer Kerry17th June
Highly original, hugely entertaining and powerfully thought provoking.
Irene Peacocke17th June
The Quiz was fantastic, from start to finish. Really great entertainment. Would definitely go to see this play again.
amanda lindsay16th June
It was interesting but about 30 mins too long. The two men either side of me fell asleep in the second half
Rachel Kovnick16th June
Crafty, entertaining, and had fun activities throughout
Dalia Coleman15th June
Brilliant show gripping! Really makes you think how the way something is presented can change your mind about voting guilty or not guilty. It was like a psychological experiment entwined with theatre
Anna Sewell12th June
Different to anything I’ve even seen on the theatre before! Very good show!
Wendy Marks9th June
I did not know what to expect of this production but found it very entertaining, well produced and acted. I would recommend it to my friends.
Simon Warner8th June
Excellent cast great shoe
Brilliantly acted and very funny. Great productions.
Shaun Richardson7th June
Excellent performance by all, very entertaining would recommend everyone to go and see it
J.D. Hornchurch7th June
The first half an hour with the warm up man and snippets of previous shows was awful. The meat of the show was good and could really have been made into something much better. After Ink and Labour of Love by same writer, very disappointing
Jayne Matthews6th June
I thought the play very clever and thought-provoking. A very clever way to include the audience. Enjoyed the play immensely.