The Lieutenant of Inishmore
Poldark’s Aidan Turner makes a highly anticipated West End debut in a revival of Olivier and BAFTA Award-winning playwright Martin McDonagh’s black comedy The Lieutenant of Inishmore. Playing at the Noel Coward Theatre as part of a brand new Michael Grandage season, the multi-award winning play follows an extremist terrorist deemed too violent to be part of the IRA. When he returns to his hometown after his latest torture stint, he discovers someone has knocked down his cat. But was it an accident? And who is the culprit?
Michael Grandage directs a revival of John Logan’s Red at Wyndham’s Theatre, as part of his new West End season. Originally premiering at the Donmar Warehouse in 2009, the production starred Alfred Molina and went on to swipe six Tony Awards on its transfer to Broadway, including Best Play. Molina returns to the role of Mark Rothko, alongside Harry Potter’s Alfred Enoch as his assistant. Following the famous American artist as he creates a series of commercial murals, Red brings in to question the importance of art and the rise of younger creatives.
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