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The Man in the White Suit is coming to London's West End! Following a 3-week run at the Theatre Royal Bath, stars Stephen Mangan, Sue Johnston and Kara Tointon will head to Wyndham's Theatre to appear in the world premiere of Ealing’s classic comedy, The Man in the White Suit. Adapted and directed by Sean Foley and fresh from the success of The Ladykillers, The Man in the White Suit tickets for the West End run are expected to be in high demand, which is why you should book your tickets to this comic fable early to avoid disappointment.
The Man in the White Suit synopsis
Sidney Stratton (Stephen Mangan) invents a fabric that can’t get dirty and will never wear out. Instead of being lauded for this creation, manufacturers and trade unions are terrified by the threat it poses to their industry and to their jobs. These groups, which are usually at odds with each other, come together to protect their best interests. Only Daphne (Kara Tointon), the mill owner’s daughter, seems to support Sidney as he finds himself on the run from the bigwig bosses whilst workers chase “the man in the white suit.” This fast-moving comedy reunites dream duo Stephen Mangan and Sean Foley after their Olivier award-winning production, Jeeves and Wooster.
The Man in the White Suit cast
The Man in the White Suit film starred Alec Guinness, Joan Greenwood and Cecil Parker. The original 1951 Ealing film was directed by Alexander Mackendrick and received an Academy Award nomination for Best Writing. It has been announced that Theatre Royal Bath and subsequent Wyndham's Theatre runs of The Man in the White Suit will be adapted and directed by Sean Foley. The West End cast of fourteen is set to star Stephen Mangan and Kara Tointon in the lead roles, and they will be joined by the recently announced Sue Johnston.
Stephen Mangan is a well-known stage and screen actor. He is known for his leading roles on televisions shows like the BBC's Episodes and the BAFTA-winning Green Wing. Mangan was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance in The Norman Conquests and starred in the Olivier Award-winning Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense at the Duke of York's Theatre. He has most recently been seen on stage alongside Toby Jones, Zoë Wanamaker and Pearl Mackie in The Birthday Party.
Kara Tointon is also a prominent stage and screen actress. She is known for her work on EastEnders and for winning Strictly Come Dancing her stage and screen careers overlapped when she starred in the ITV live production of The Sound of Music. Her stage credits include starring as in Pygmalion at the Garrick Theatre alongside Rupert Everett and Dame Diana Rigg. She has also performed as Olivia in Twelfth Night for the RSC, in Ayckbourn’s Relatively Speaking, and Absent Friends.
Sue Johnston is a highly prolific star in the world of television. Her most notable TV credits include the role of Miss Denker in Downton Abbey, Grace Foley in BBC’s Waking the Dead, Barbara Royle in The Royle Family, and Sheila Grant in the hit 1980s soap opera, Brookside. Her critically acclaimed performance in The Royle Family earned her the 2000 BAFTA TV Award for Best Comedy Performance and the 2000 British Comedy Award for Best TV Actress.
Sean Foley is a two-time Olivier Award-winner who has recently been appointed the next Artistic Direct of Birmingham Rep. His most recent West End productions include The Dresser, The Miser and The Painkiller. For this production, he reunites with Designer Michael Taylor, with whom he also created The Ladykillers.
The Man in the White Suit creative team
The sure-fire hit musical The Man in the White Suit boasts original songs by Noah and the Whale's Charlie Fink, eye-popping choreography by Lizzie Gee, spectacular flying effects, epic dancing in clogs, a dazzling set from Michael Taylor and brilliant sound effects and incidental music by Ben and Max Ringham. This strictly limited run of The Man in the White Suit is one you won't want to miss.
The premiere of the classic Ealing comedy, The Man in the White Suit, affordable tickets available now
The Man in the White Suit cheap tickets are now available for the world premiere at London's Wyndham's Theatre. To ensure your place at this masterful comedic adaptation, be sure to book The Man in the White Suit Wyndham's Theatre tickets early. The best seats in the house at the best prices will not last for long.
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time2hr 10min (inc. interval)
Performance dates25 September 2019 - 7 December 2019
Please note Stephen Mangan will not be performing on 5 December and any performances week commencing 23 December.
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Valid Monday - Friday performances until 6 December 2019.
Mr Mohammed Mirzai9th December
Truly entertaining production. Funny. Wonderful songs and dances. Would love to see it again.
Chris Halliwell8th December
Fun evening, uncomfortable seating
Mrs Joanne Reynolds8th December
Great afternoon out.
Matthew Tarbun8th December
This was a great show with a great cast, went on spur of moment and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Elizabeth Douglas7th December
Very good. Disappointed Stephen Mangan wasn’t in the performance .
Richard Thomas6th December
Disappointed that Stephen Mangan was not in it.
Roz Meshwork6th December
Thought that it dragged and lacked substance
Dorothy Holden6th December
Very funny. A most enjoyable show. A pity it is ending in 2 days time as I would have recommended it to my friends.
Dan Corry6th December
not sure why they made a play of it but they did it well. V dissapointed that the star did not perform (Manghan) although understudy did well
harriet mcdonald5th December
Charming production !
Helen Bradin5th December
With such a good cast it was a very disappointing production. Farce can be brilliant such as in Present Laughter which we have recently seen, however, this was poor and as one of us thought almost amateur dramatics. Very disappointed
Mrs. Campbell 5th December
Fun, silly light hearted evening. S.Mangan excellent.