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Booking until: 16 November 2013
Sheridan Smith and David Walliams are both known as Television personalities and have in recent years become some of the most recognisable celebrities in Britain. Smith shot to fame in comedy series’ such as ‘Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps’ and ‘Benidorm’ but has now established herself as one of the most versatile actresses in the West End. She won the Olivier Award for Best Actress in a musical for creating the role of Elle Woods in ‘Legally Blonde the Musical’ in 2011, going on to win her second Olivier for Best Supporting Actress in Trevor Nunn’s revival of ‘Flare Path’. She has recently starred as Hedda Gabler at the Old Vic Theatre whilst continuing to appear in a variety of TV shows and films. David Walliams became famous thanks to the successful BBC comedy ‘Little Britain’ and has since gone on to become a public figure, presenting a host of televisions shows and supporting the charitable work of Red Nose Day. He recently starred in the film adaptation of ‘Great Expectations’ but ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ will mark his West End debut.
Booking until: 4 January 2014
Comedian Lee Evans stars in this brand new play. Although he is most famous for his stand up comedy, he has been seen on the West End stage in numerous shows such as the multi-award winning musical ‘The Producers’. He will create the role of Darnley, the village idiot who gets involved with criminal activity. Evans is joined onstage by Sheila Hancock who plays his mother, Emmie. She is known to fans of stage and screen for roles in ‘Eastenders’, ‘Catherine Tate Show’ and more recently in the West End in productions of ‘Cabaret’ and ‘Sister Act’.
Booking until: 15 February 2014
Jude Law is an actor whose career has incorporated both stage and screen. He is known internationally for films such as ‘Alfie’, ‘The Holiday’, ‘Sherlock Holmes’ and ‘Anna Karenina’. On stage he has appeared in Michael Grandage’s production of ‘Hamlet’ which opened at the Donmar Warehouse, and transferred to Broadway. His most recent stage role was in ‘Anna Christie’ directed by Rob Ashford.
Booking until: 16 November 2013
Vanessa Redgrave CBE is a member of the Redgrave acting dynasty and has been a part of over 35 productions in London’s West End and Broadway, for which she has won the Tony Award and Olivier Award. Her work on screen has seen her collect the Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy and Screen Actors Guild Awards, and she is frequently described as one of the world’s greatest actors. Her Shakespeare experience spans many decades, including early work with the Royal Shakespeare Company. James Earl Jones is a successful Shakespearean actor whose career has included many roles on Broadway and in the West End. He has won multiple Emmy and Tony Awards, and received a special Academy Award in 2011. He is perhaps more widely known as the voice of Darth Vader in the Star Wars films, as well as Simba’s father Mufasa in ‘The Lion King’. The pair were last reunited onstage in the London production of Alfred Uhry’s ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ at the Wyndham’s Theatre and on Broadway.
Booking until: 1 March 2014
Jodie Prenger was the winner of BBC1′s search for a West End star ‘I’d Do Anything’ where she won the role of a lifetime to appear as Nancy in the revival of Oliver! at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. After winning over the hearts of the nation she performed the role for over a year to fantastic critical acclaim. Since shooting to fame she has been seen on our TV screens again in ‘Waterloo Road’ and as a panelist for ITV’s talk show ‘Loose Women’. Her theatrical experience includes playing The Lady of the Lake in the UK tour of hit musical ‘Spamalot’. Her natural comic ability and fantastic personality will make her a perfect addition to this hilarious play! Hannah Spearritt shot to fame as a member of the internationally successful band ‘S Club 7′. Previous to that she gained West End experience in the 1997 production of ‘Bugsy Malone’. On TV she has starred in a number of spin off S Club 7 shows including ‘LA 7′ and ‘Miami 7′ but is more recently known for her roles in the ‘Marple’ series and ‘Primeval’. Both stars will join the new cast which includes: Martin Barrass, David Benson, Nigel Betts, Derek Elroy, Gerard Horan, Daniel Ings, Ben Mansfield and Gemma Whelan.
Booking until: 3 August 2013
Zoe Wanamaker has made a name for herself as both an acclaimed stage actress, winning a handful of Olivier Awards as well as being a popular TV and film personality. She is well known on screen for her role in the long running BBC comedy ‘My Family’ in which she stars alongside Robert Lindsey. More recently she has been seen in the hit film ‘My Week With Marilyn’, as well as playing Madame Hooch in the Harry Potter film series. She last graced in the West End stage in the glorious revival of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons at the Apollo Theatre, starring alongside David Suchet.
Booking until: 1 June 2013
Dame Judi Dench is not only one of the UK’s most prolific actors, but also a national treasure. A veteran of stage and screen, she is instantly recognizable across generations and is known for a wide variety of roles. Fans of the James Bond series will recognise her as ‘M’, as well as other recent films such as ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’, ‘My Week With Marilyn’ and ‘Notes on a Scandal’. On stage her roles have spanned authors such as Chekhov, Shakespeare, Coward and Wilde, and she was last seen in the West End in the Donmar’s production of ‘Madame de Sade’. She will be joined onstage by Ben Whishaw, her co-star from the latest Bond Film ‘Skyfall’ who plays ‘Q’.
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Booking until: 2 November 2013
The cast of the current UK tour of the musical gallop into the West End, including Marcus Brigstocke as King Arthur, and former EastEnders actor Todd Carty as Patsy. West End legend Bonnie Langford will play The Lady of the Lake. They will be joined by TV comedian and impressionist John Culshaw who will delight audiences as King Arthur.
Booking until: 15 June 2013
Stephen Daldry returns to the West End to direct Helen Mirren in the world première of Peter Morgan’s new play ‘The Audience’. Reprising the role she previously won an Oscar for, Mirren will star as Elizabeth II as her relationship with 12 British Prime Ministers is brought to the stage.
Booking until: 31 August 2013
Daniel Radcliffe stars in this production, returning to the stage after a sell out season in ‘Equus’ at the Gielgud Theatre. Radcliffe is best known for his work on the Harry Potter series where he shot to fame as the boy wizard. Since then he has starred in the film adaptation of Susan Hill’s ‘The Woman in Black’ and made his Broadway debut in the role of J Pierrepont Finch in the hit musical ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying opposite John Larroquette.