Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels has been wowing audiences at the Savoy Theatre since its arrival in April 2014. It’s set on the French Riviera and tells the tale of a pair of conmen, Lawrence and Freddy, who make a fortune swindling rich women out of their cash. But they get more than they bargained for when they meet American heiress Christine. The production has recently had a cast change; Alex Gaumond has replaced Rufus Hound as the small time con-man Freddy Benson, joining Gary Wilmot as Lawrence and the fabulous Bonnie Langford as Christine. Tickets from £25.
Wind in the Willows
The Royal Opera House’s Olivier Award winning production of The Wind in the Willows has arrived at the Vaudeville Theatre. The story of Ratty, Mole, Badger and Mr Toad is lovingly narrated by Alan Titchmarsh and brought to life through dance, music and puppetry. We think it will delight families of any age throughout the festive season; read our 4 star review here. Tickets from £15.
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