Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s extraordinary new musical comedy The Girls opens at the Phoenix Theatre this January. Based on Tim Firth’s original screenplay Calendar Girls, the heart-warming musical follows the true story of a group of brave WI ladies who dare to bare all for charity. Best known for the film starring Julie Walters and Helen Mirren, The Girls is packed full of Yorkshire-inspired songs that will fill the heart and guarantee a new favourite show!
Tom Hollander leads this five-star revival of Tom Stoppard’s comedy Travesties, which received rave reviews at the Menier Chocolate Factory last year. Set in Zurich, Travesties follows consular official Henry Carr, who struggles to dissociate the real and the fantasy. Soon, his meetings with intriguing personalities coincide with his memories of Gwendolen and Cecily, two characters from Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest… Directed by Patrick Marber, this rip-roaring comedy opens at the Apollo Theatre in February.
Duke of York's TheatreOpens 26 Jan 2017
After acclaimed runs on Broadway and at the Edinburgh Festival, much loved director John Tiffany brings his visionary new production of the Tennessee William’s classic...
Phoenix TheatreOpens 28 Jan 2017
A new musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth comes to the Phoenix Theatre in February 2017. The Girls tells the true story of some daring Yorkshire ladies who create their...
Lyric HammersmithOpens 28 Jan 2017