Venus in Fur
Game of Thrones’ actress Natalie Dormer stars opposite David Oakes in a revival off David Ives’ dark comedy Venus in Fur. Playing throughout autumn at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, the seductive play follows an actress who is dangerously determined to land a leading role in a new film. Directed by Patrick Marber, who recently led Don Juan in Soho, Venus in Fur originally premiered on Broadway before being adapted into a film in 2012. Expect sultry charm and twisted hilarity in this enchanting play.
Labour of Love
Martin Freeman and Tamsin Grieg star in James Graham’s latest political comedy Labour of Love at the Noel Coward Theatre. Directed by Jeremy Herrin, the play reunites the creative team behind the hugely successful This House. Following two party members with opposing political views, Labour of Love is the incredibly pertinent commentary on the Labour Party’s last 25 years of operation. Can differences be put aside in order to move forward? Don’t miss out on your chance to see two heralded actors in the lead roles.
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