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An all-star cast comes to the Noel Coward Theatre to bring Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana play to the West End once more. The limited 12-week run began 6 July and The Night of the Iguana West End tickets are some of the summer's most sought-after. Act fast and book your tickets for The Night of the Iguana now to guarantee your chance to see Clive Owen live on the West End stage this summer.
The Night of the Iguana plot summary
Set in 1940's Mexico where a group of travellers come together at the worse-for-wear Costa Verde Hotel. An ex-minister turned second rate tour guide, an underage girl, a recently widowed hotelier with predatory intentions, an ageing poet and his granddaughter, the painter all come together in this tropical tale. An astounding battle between body and soul, freedom and captivity, faith and art is heightened by an intense tropical storm and uncertainty about what is coming next.
The Night of the Iguana London cast
The West End production of The Night of the Iguana is full of familiar faces. The star-studded cast features an array of stage, film and screen stars coming together to stage one of Tennessee Williams' great works at London’s Noel Coward Theatre.
18 years after performing in A Day in the Death of Joe Egg at the Ambassadors Theatre, award-winning actor Clive Owen will return to London's West End to star in The Night of the Iguana as Reverend Shannon. Owen is perhaps most well-known for his film career including starring roles in Children of Men and Closer. He last appeared on the stage in 2015's Broadway production of Old Times.
Lia Williams is set to star opposite Owen as Hannah Jelkes. Williams is no stranger to the stage or screen. Her performance in Skylight earned her both Tony and Olivier Award nominations. Most recently she has appeared on stage in the 2016 production of Mary Stuart as and starred in the 4-part miniseries Kiri. She will be joined by Anna Gunn playing widow Maxine Faulk. Gunn is best known for playing Skyler White on the AMC hit television series Breaking Bad, a role which earned her two Emmy Awards. The lead cast will be rounded out by Olivier Award winner Julian Glover as Nonno. Glover is most recently known for his portrayal of Grand Maester Pycelle in HBO's Game of Thrones.
In recent theatre news, it was announced that The Night of the Iguana West End cast will also include Alasdair Baker (The Strangers, The Bear) as Herr Fahrenkopf; Timothy Blore (Ghost About the House, Edward II) as Wolfgang; Emma Canning (Towers, Heart in Cardio) as Charlotte Goodall; Karin Carlson (Ladies in Waiting) as Hilda; Ian Drysdale (Network) as Jake Latta; Manuel Pacific (The Most Amazing Story Ever Sung, West Side Story) as Pancho; Faz Singhateh (Henry V) as Hank; Finty Williams (A Pack of Lies, The Divide) as Miss Fellowes, and Penelope Woodman (Mary Poppins, The Last Ship) as Frau Fahrenkopf.
The company for this Tennessee Williams play is completed by Andrew McDonald, David Young, Madeleine Day, and Mufrida Hayes.
About American playwright Tennessee Williams
Tennessee Williams is widely considered one of the foremost playwrights of 20th century American drama. A prolific author, Williams penned such classics as The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Considered by some the last of his great works, The Night of the Iguana was awarded the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best New Play in 1962. Williams also received 2 Pulitzer Prizes and a Tony Award among many other awards, honours and recognitions throughout his prolific career, and even after his passing.
The Night of the Iguana creatives
Tennessee Williams’ play The Night of the Iguana is directed by James Macdonald, best known for directing The Changing Room, The Father, and Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf. The Night of the Iguana play London creative team also features lighting designer by Neil Austin, sound designer Max Pappenheim, and award-winning designer Rae Smith, who has received Olivier, Tony, and OBIE Awards.
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The Night of the Iguana London tickets are sure to be some of the hottest of the season. Don't miss your chance to catch this sweltering drama with its red-hot cast. Tickets for the Night of the Iguana London 2019 run are limited, so book early to guarantee the best seats at the West End's Noel Coward Theatre while stocks last!
The Night of the Iguana Ticket Offer Details
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Book by 27 September 2019.
A K, Surrey30th September
Very intense play - well acted and delivered!
Giselle Sargeant30th September
Really enjoyed the play, thought the cast were really good.
Lenny Roedel30th September
It took my breath away! Performance full of heart and humanity. The production was absolutely amazing! Rain!
Karen Bean29th September
Thomas W Weidenbach29th September
Not a great play but fine production and good to excellent performances.
Ian Mc29th September
Excellent production, get better as the play proceeeds
Suelen Coelho29th September
Linda Law29th September
Roman (Carlton North, Vic)29th September
Fantastic performance from the 3 leads. Williams, Gunn and Owen were terrific!
An absolutely stunning performance from Lia Williams, seizing every opportunity provided by Tennessee Williams (and no other playwright has ever offered such opportunities to actresses.) For her performance alone the evening would have been a success. Add in Clive Owen's tortured ex-priest with a destructive streak of self-pity, some strong support and impressive technicals - and make it available at the Today's Tickets reduced price so that we lesser-earning mortals can afford it - what more could ask of London Theatre!
Friedhelm Eronat28th September
Fantastic play and actors
Wonderful production of a thought provoking exceptional play I loved it I was so glad I got a ticket. A brave play to stage in our politically correct age. It was searingly honest about the human condition three dimensional warts and all so to speak! The set design was superb and added to the atmosphere The theatre is lovely not too big but all the seats gave a good view of the stage. The Bar was very friendly especially the nice young man in the upstairs bar who let me eat my sandwich there when I had arrived there early. I did buy a drink in the interval there because of that. It was a perfect evening