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.
Molière’s classic comedy The Miser receives a major revival at London’s Garrick Theatre, starring Griff Rhys Jones, Mathew Horne and comedian Lee Mack. Directed by Sean Foley, who had recent success with Kenneth Branagh’s The Painkiller, The Miser is the hilarious story of Harpagon, a penny-pinching old gent who will do all he can to stop his family getting their mitts on his money. Deciding to set up his children with rich spouses, Harpagon is quickly forced to choose between his family and his fortune…
Old Vic TheatreOpens 25 Feb 2017
Tom Stoppard’s legendary play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead returns to the Old Vic fifty years after it first premiered there in a hilarious new production...
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Vaudeville TheatreOpens 01 Mar 2017
Maria Friedman brings her new version of Richard Harris’ classic heart-warming comedy Stepping Out to the Vaudeville Theatre in spring 2017, starring theatre and TV...
Garrick TheatreOpens 01 Mar 2017
Five years after he last took to the West End the stage, national treasure and much loved comedy actor Griff Rhys Jones takes the lead role in Moliere’s classic satire...