Priscilla Queen of the Desert Review

Cambridge Arts Theatre, Cambridge – until Sat 2nd April 2022

Reviewed by Steph Lott


Having watched writer-director Stephan Elliott’s pioneering LGBT gem Priscilla, Queen of the Desert many times, I was looking forward to an evening of glitz, high heels, lipstick and a fabulous toe tapping sound track. But what I was not expecting was dancing cupcakes, paintbrushes and a Telly Tubby! And ping pong balls. Quite a few of them.

This funny and smart road-trip comedy is about Mitzi Mitosis (Tick), played by Gareth Mullan, and Felicia Jollygoodfellow (Adam), played by Jacob Nightingale; they are a pair of cash -trapped drag queens who travel from Sydney to Alice Springs where Tick’s estranged wife Marion (played by Anna Murgatroyd) has got them a gig. They are accompanied by Bernadette, a transgender woman and artiste, played by Jeremy Warbrick, who has just been widowed and needs a change. Along their way across Australia they encounter small-town bars, new friends and hostility as they battle against the odds to make it in time for their opening number in Alice Springs.

This exuberant and colourful production has been staged by the Cambridge Operatic Society. The society, established in 1910, enjoys taking on big musical and classical shows and have, for many years, performed at the Cambridge Arts Theatre using local talent and impressive sets, costume, design and direction.

From the minute the curtain rose you could feel the buzz in the audience who were ready and willing to be entertained. There was a riot of music and colour on the stage, with a live band. There were however a few hiccups in the early part of the show. It did seem at first that some of the cast members were suffering slightly from first-night nerves, were a bit hesitant and forgot to smile, but they gradually relaxed and eased into their roles as the show went on. Felicia had a few problems with her microphone (didn’t seem to be picking up) but carried on regardless and it didn’t affect her sterling performance.

The three leads – Jacob Nightingale (Adam/Felicia), Gareth Mullan (Tick/Mitzi) and Jeremy Warbrick (Bernadette) – did a warm, funny and very credible job in their respective roles. However Warbrick’s performance as Bernadette stood out for me; a funny, tragic yet uplifting character who ends the show with the promise of happiness.

Mention must also be made of Sally Goldsmith’s stand out portrayal of Cynthia and her performance of Pop Musik! I won’t spoil it if you haven’t seen it but it’s definitely a showstopper!

There were some other parts that I particularly liked. The scene where Felicia deadnames Bernie was given the seriousness that such a thing deserves. The gravity of the offence and the pain it causes was very clear.

I also enjoyed the delivery of the scene where the bus is vandalised with a homophobic slur. The shock and again the pain of such matters was well conveyed and I found the culmination of that scene with True Colours very touching. However my absolute favourite scene was the Casino Floor-show Montage – very slick and funny. Loved it.

Congratulations are due for the ensemble. After they got over their initial nerves, they did a fantastic job of embracing the outrageous camp nature of the show with high energy all the way through, keeping movement and life in the various bustling bars visited by the drag queens and Bernie. David Mallabone’s choreography was sleek and performed confidently by all. And as for the costumes and all the changes… Phoebe Chambers and her team of wardrobe assistants definitely had their work cut out! The costumes were glorious. A riot of colour and utterly outrageous.

The ultimate message of Priscilla is one of optimism and hope. The show contains some heavy themes but it tackles them with wit and humour. This show is definitely worth going to see. The audience who gave a standing ovation to delighted cast certainly thought so. So, sit back. Watch it. And have a good time!

Joel Harper-Jackson officially steps into the role of M alongside Jonathan Bailey in C*ck


officially steps into the role of M




By Mike Bartlett

At the Ambassadors Theatre

Joel Harper-Jackson will take over the role of M in Mike Bartlett’s razor sharp, hilarious play C O C K until the end of the run.

The part was originally played in this production by Taron Egerton,  who has had to  withdraw from the production due to personal reasons. Joel understudied the role and has been playing the part of M for the past ten days while Taron was absent from the production having tested positive for Covid. 

Director Marianne Elliott said:  ‘Joel is an absolute hero. He is a brilliant and gifted actor and stepped into the role at extremely short notice.  Audiences have been standing and cheering and so am I.’

Jonathan Bailey added: ‘Joel is an immense talent and we couldn’t be luckier to have him on board. I am proud to continue sharing the stage with him.’

C O C K is running at the Ambassadors Theatre in London until Saturday 4 June 2022.

The Olivier Award-winning Jonathan Bailey, who plays John in the production, is currently starring in the Netflix blockbuster, Bridgerton.

The full cast of C O C K is now:  Jonathan Bailey (John), Joel Harper-Jackson (M), Jade Anouka (W) and Phil Daniels (F).

The understudies are: Dominic Holmes (John and M), Jessica Whitehurst (W) and John Vernon (F).

The creative team for C O C K is:  Director Marianne Elliott, Designer Merle Hensel, Lighting Designer Paule Constable, Sound Designer Ian Dickinson, Composer Femi Temowo, Movement Director Annie-Lunette Deakin-Foster, Casting Director Charlotte Sutton, Vocal Coach Hazel Holder and Associate Director Chloe Christian.

C O C K is produced by Elliott & Harper Productions.

A Monster Calls Review

Rose Theatre, Kingston-Upon-Thames – until 9th April 2022

Reviewed by Bobbi Fenton


A Monster Calls’, which is based on the book of the same name, is an absolutely wonderful play about Connor O’Malley (Anthony Aje), as he struggles to come to terms with his beliefs about his mother (Bridgette Amofah), who is in the late stages of cancer. To help him come to terms with what he really wants, the yew tree near his house comes to life as a monster (Keith Gilmore), telling him three stories which mirror his life without Connor realising, and eventually forcing him to speak his truth. Connor finds this difficult because he hates himself for thinking it, and it is clear throughout the show that he wants to be punished because he thinks it makes him a bad person.

There are not enough stars I could give that would show how truly amazing this play is. With Bridgette Amofah’s gripping portrayal of Connor’s mum, and Anthony Aje’s immaculate portrayal of Connor, this play is one of the best shows I’ve ever seen. Not to mention the powerful performance by Keith Gilmore as the monster, and the astonishing vocals provided by Eleanor Kane during some of the most dramatic moments of the show.

The set is made up of a row of chairs on either side of the stage, and ropes hung from the flight rig, which are used at various moments during the play, mostly for the monster himself, or to help tell his stories. This works wonderfully, and is well paired with the non-naturalistic style of the play.

I feel incredibly lucky to have had the opportunity to see this absolute masterpiece. It should definitely not be missed by anyone. It is a great trip out for the whole family, just don’t forget your tissues.

Carmen Review

Hull New Theatre – until 2nd April 2022

Reviewed by Catherine McWilliams


Opera North’s production of Bizet’s Carmen is simply stunning, a spellbinding, heart-breaking performance with a good dash of humour. However, this production does not shy away from the realities of Carmen’s life, with various characters taking coke and the smuggling of drugs. Director Edward Dick has created a realistic piece where all the elements come together to make a performance which will reach your ears, your eyes but above all your soul, as the emotion pours off the stage.

The scene is set in a seedy night club with a large neon sign saying “GIRLS”, it is full of bored soldiers passing the time whilst waiting for the girls to dance for them. Carmen (Chrystal E. Williams) makes one of the best entrances I have seen as she descends to the stage on a swing, swathed in an outrageous red burlesque outfit. From the moment she enters the stage it is impossible to take your eyes off her. Chrystal E. Williams’ portrayal of Carmen is played with coquettishness, naughtiness and a fierceness as she refuses to back down from the men she comes across. Her voice is beautiful and full of emotion and she inhabits the part with her entire body, often expressing something with her eyes or a simple body movement. She is simply sublime and is the pivot of the performance. However, this is definitely not a solo piece as all the cast create the story, each adding their own part to the tale.

Sébastien Guèze is a very convincing Don José, particularly in Acts Three and Four when Carmen no longer wants him and he descends into jealousy. The final duet with Carmen when she is battling for her life is riveting, their voices blending beautifully, you almost don’t want to watch and at the same time the music will just catch you in the pit of the stomach. I felt totally wrung out as the curtain came down.

Micaela is performed superbly by Alison Langer, a complete contrast to Carmen as she is a quiet timid character but what an outstanding voice she has and what emotion is portrayed as she sings.

Escamillo is played wonderfully by Phillip Rhodes, with the swagger of an Elvis performing to his fans, he laps up the adulation. “Votre Toast” (the Toreador Song) was of course a highlight and a delight to watch and listen to.

It was wonderful to have a full orchestra performing last night, ably led by Anthony Kraus, the music filled the theatre. A total joy.

This is a real feast for the eyes as well as the ears, and the first half has some very visual humour, which is added to by Laura Hopkins’ very clever costumes. Edward Dick’s set design is simple but so effective and the lighting by Rick Fisher helps to create an atmospheric piece.

The music is of course always going to be the star in Carmen and it was beautiful but the important thing for me was that this was performed, the cast told the story of Carmen and took us all along with them. The sleaziness and hardness of Carmen’s life was so clear but so too was the laughter that is often to be found when times are hard.

I would like to think that life has moved on since Carmen was first performed in 1875 but Opera North’s production emphasises the link to current times with our problems with county lines and trafficking and it made me realise that Carmen is actually about domestic abuse, about the man who cannot let anyone else have the woman he “loves”.

Opera North prides itself on being accessible and last night’s performance had a British sign language interpreter on the side of the stage. Sadly, I don’t know his name as it was wonderful to watch his lyrical signing.

This is performance with outstanding storytelling, sublime music, humour and tragedy – definitely one to catch if you can.



Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre have today announced full casting their forthcoming production of Legally Blonde (13 May-2 July).

Joining Courtney Bowman (Elle) and the already announced Michael Ahomka-Lindsay (Emmett), Lauren Drew (Brooke), Vanessa Fisher (Vivienne), Isaac Hesketh (Margot), Nadine Higgin (Paulette), Alžbeta Matyšáková (Enid), Eugene McCoy (Callahan), Grace Mouat (Pilar), Alistair Toovey (Warner), and Hannah Yun Chamberlain (Serena), are:

Gabriela BenedettiLucca Chadwick-PatelJasmin ColangeloAllie DanielJoe FosterDominic LambEsme LaudatLiam McEvoyBilly NeversAshley RoweShakira SimpsonBiancha Szynal and Paulo Teixeira (also Dance Captain).

Directed by Lucy Moss, co-director and co-writer of SIXLegally Blonde is written by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin (music and lyrics), Heather Hach (book) and is based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion picture.

Legally Blonde is created by Cassiopeia Berkeley-Agyepong (dramaturg), Cat Beveridge (musical supervisor), Jean Chan (costume & co-wigs, hair and make up designer), Shanaé Chisholm (casting assistant), Natalie Gallacher CDG for Pippa Ailion Casting (casting director), Tony Gayle (sound designer), Phillip Gladwell (lighting designer), Ainsley Hall Ricketts (assistant choreographer), Laura Hopkins (set designer), Barbara Houseman (voice & text and season associate director), Majella Hurley (dialect coach), Ellen Kane (choreographer), Ingrid Mackinnon (season associate: intimacy support), Lucy Moss (director), Priya Patel Appleby (associate director), Chris Poon (associate musical director), Queen Bee (wigs, hair and make up designer), Alexzandra Sarmiento (assistant choreographer), Amber Sinclair-Case (associate director) and Katharine Woolley (musical director).

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s 90th Anniversary season also includes 101 Dalmatians (12 Jul – 28 Aug), a newly commissioned musical written by Douglas Hodge (music and lyrics) and Johnny McKnight (book), from a stage adaptation by Zinnie Harris, based on the book by Dodie SmithAntigone (3 – 24 September) by Barber Shop Chronicles writer Inua Ellams after Sophocles, is the second commission from the theatre in 2022, directed by Max Webster and co-directed by Jo Tyabji.

ROCK OF AGES UK and Ireland Tour Announces New Casting and Dates








The producers of ROCK OF AGES are thrilled to announce full casting and new dates for the UK and Ireland tour, including the return of Coronation Street star KEVIN KENNEDY as ‘Dennis Dupree’, a role he previously played to huge acclaim in 2018. Kevin joins the previously announced X Factor winner and musical theatre star MATT TERRY as ‘Stacee Jaxx’ in the show from Tuesday 10 May 2022 at the Edinburgh Playhouse. The cast also includes Sam Turrell as ‘Drew’, Gabriella Williams as ‘Sherrie’, Vicki Manser as ‘Regina’ and Kellie Rhianne as ‘Justice’, as well as returning cast members Joe Gash as ‘Lonny’, Vas Constanti as ‘Hertz Klinemann’, Andrew Carthy as ‘Franz Klinenmann’ and Erin Bell as ‘Constance’.

Rock Of Ages Production Photos ©The Other Richard

The full cast of ROCK OF AGES is completed by Billy Roberts, Scott HaywardDarius James, Siobhan JamesHollie-Ann Lowe, Phoebe Samuel-Gray and Morgan Scott.

Alongside the previously announced venues the production will also visit Tunbridge Wells (13 – 17 September 2022)Truro (28 February – 4 March 2023)Sheffield (5 – 11 March 2023) and Barnstaple (21 – 25 March 2023) with more dates to be announced. Full tour schedule below.

ROCK OF AGES will open at New Victoria Theatre, Woking (27 – 30 April 2022) with Joshua Dever playing ‘Dennis Dupree’ and the role of ‘Stacee Jaxx’ to be announced, followed by The Hawth, Crawley (3 – 7 May 2022) with Joshua Dever as ‘Dennis Dupree’ alongside Matt Terry as ‘Stacee Jaxx’.

Kevin Kennedy is probably best known for his portrayal of ‘Curly Watts’ in “Coronation Street”. His West End theatre credits include ‘Amos’ in “Chicago” at the Adelphi Theatre and “We Will Rock You” at the Dominion Theatre. Kevin has played both ‘Caractacus Potts’ and ‘The Child Catcher’ in the hit musical “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang”, becoming the first actor to have played both roles. He appeared as ‘Dennis Dupree’ in the 2018 UK Tour of “Rock of Ages” and has also appeared in the national tours of the musicals “The Rocky Horror Show”, “The Commitments” and Kay Mellor’s “Fat Friends”.

Performer, singer and songwriter Matt Terry is perhaps best known as the champion of the  2016 series of ITV’s “The X Factor”, gaining a Top 3 hit with his Ed Sheeran penned winner’s single, “When Christmas Comes Around”. He was also featured on Enrique Iglesias’ smash Summer single ‘Subeme La Radio’ with Sean Paul, which spent 14 weeks in the Top 10. Matt Terry’s debut album ‘Trouble’ was released in November 2017 which featured ‘Subeme La Radio’ and the lead single ‘Sucker For You’, which has now been streamed over 100 million times. In addition to music, Matt has also fronted his own radio show for Capital FM and has toured the world in leading roles in “Dreamwork’s Madagascar The Musical” and Broadway’s “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical”.

Sam Turrell returns to “Rock of Ages” and the role of ‘Drew’ having performed the show around the world on the NCL Breakaway cruise ship.

Gabriella Williams theatre credits include ‘Sophie’ in “Mamma Mia!” at the Novello Theatre, “Eugenius!” at the London Palladium, “Carrie The Musical” at the Southwark Playhouse and “Miss Saigon” and “Grease”, both on a UK tour.

Vicki Manser’s theatre credits include ‘Katherine Howard’ in “Six” both at the Arts Theatre and on a UK tour, “Beautiful the Carole King Musical” at the Aldwych Theatre and on a UK tour, “Bat Out of Hell” at the Dominion Theatre and “Sunny Afternoon” at the Harold Pinter Theatre.

Joe Gash’s theatrical credits include entertainment for P&O Cruises Australia and ‘Kenickie’ in “Grease” for Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas. Most recently Joe appeared as ‘Freddie Mercury’ on ITV1’s new show “Starstruck”.

“ROCK OF AGES” is the hilarious musical comedy lavished with over 25 classic rock anthems, including, ‘We Built This City’, ‘The Final Countdown’, ‘Wanted Dead or Alive’, ‘Here I Go Again’, ‘Can’t Fight This Feeling’ and ‘I Want To Know What Love Is’, played loud and proud by an awesome live band. Leave it all behind and lose yourself in a city and a time where the dreams are as big as the hair, and yes, they can come true!

Now a global smash with hit seasons on Broadway, London’s West End and Las Vegas and a star-studded Hollywood movie version this show promises you the best party night out around.

The crew is made up of Company Stage Manager Matt Harper, Technical Stage Manager Ben Larkin, Technical Assistant Stage Manager Kyle Campbell, Deputy Stage Manager Sophie Mason, Assistant Stage Manager/Book Cover Mali-Beth Rose, Sound 1 Nicholas Newman and Wardrobe Assistant Nicola Riley.

The band is made up of Musical Director and Keys Liam Holmes, Guitar1 Liam Stevenson, Guitar 2 Alex Ward, Bass Guitar Elliot Mason and Drums Vito Guerrieri.

“ROCK OF AGES” has a book by Chris D’Arienzo and arrangements and orchestrations by Ethan Popp.

The full creative team includes Nick Winston  (Director of the feature film “Tomorrow Morning”, “MAME”, “The Royal Variety Performance”) who Directs and Choreographs the show, Set and Costume design by Morgan Large (“The Woman in White”, “Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat” and “Tell Me On A Sunday”), Lighting Design by Ben Cracknell (“Sunset Boulevard”, “Pantoland at the Palladium”, “Priscilla Queen of the Desert”), Sound Design by Ben Harrison (“Mame”, “Priscilla Queen of the Desert” and “Fame”) and Video and Projection design by  Duncan McLean (“The Car Man, Nutcracker! and Magic Goes Wrong”). Casting Director is Jim Arnold CDG, Associate Director is Victoria Gimby, Associate Choreographer is Ryan-Lee Seager and Associate Lighting Designer is Chris Vaughan. Costume Supervision by Lee Tassie and Production Management by Phil McCandlish. 












Barry Diller and Sonia Friedman today announce the extension of the critically acclaimed West End production of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird – a new play by Aaron Sorkin – with the production now running at the Gielgud Theatre until 19 November, 2022. 

Bartlett Sher directs a cast of over thirty – Rafe Spall (Atticus Finch), Harry Attwell (Mr Cunningham/Boo Radley), Amanda Boxer (Mrs Henry Dubose), Poppy Lee Friar (Mayella Ewell), John Hastings (Bailiff), Simon Hepworth (Mr Roscoe/Dr Reynolds), Laura Howard (Miss Stephanie/Dill’s Mother), Lloyd Hutchinson (Link Deas), Gwyneth Keyworth (Scout Finch), Tom Mannion (Sheriff Heck Tate), David Moorst (Dill Harris), Pamela Nomvete (Calpurnia), Jim Norton (Judge Taylor), Patrick O’Kane (Bob Ewell), Jude Owusu (Tom Robinson), Harry Redding (Jem Finch), David Sturzaker (Horace Gilmer) and Natasha Williams (Mrs Dubose’s Maid), with Helen BelbinLaurence BelcherPaul BirchardRyan Ellsworth, Rebecca HayesDanny Hetherington, Matthew JureAnna Munden, Tiwai Muza, Oyin Orija and Itoya Osagiede making up the ensemble and understudies, with Candida Caldicot on organ and Frank Dawkins on guitar.




To Kill a Mockingbird is running the All Rise ticket scheme in an exclusive partnership with TodayTix, offering £15 seats for every performance across the run. The initiative provides access at affordable prices to as wide an audience as possible. More than 1,400 tickets will be released each month. So far more than 2,000 tickets have been sold via the scheme with a further 10,000 being made available through to November starting from next week. In addition to the All Rise initiative, there is an opportunity to purchase £15 tickets via Today Tix daily rush – where a limited number of additional seats will be available on each performance day via the app. The TodayTix app can be downloaded onto iOs or Android devices for free via the app store; or you can access online via

Set in Maycomb, Alabama in 1934, To Kill a Mockingbird has provided American literature with some of its most indelible characters: lawyer Atticus Finch, the tragically wronged Tom Robinson, Atticus’ daughter Scout, her brother Jem, their housekeeper and caretaker Calpurnia and the reclusive Arthur “Boo” Radley. For the past six decades and for every generation, this story, its characters and portrait of small-town America have helped to, and continue to, inspire conversation and change.

Harper Lee’s enduring story of racial injustice and childhood innocence has sold more than 45 million copies of the novel worldwide. 2020 marked the 60th anniversary of its publication. 

Sher and the original Broadway creative team – Miriam Buether (Set), Ann Roth (Costume), Jennifer Tipton (Lighting), Scott Lehrer (Sound), Adam Guettel (Original Score), Kimberly Grigsby (Music Supervision) and Campbell Young Associates (Hair & Wigs) – are joined by Serena Hill as Casting Director, Hazel Holder as Voice & Dialect Coach, Titas Halder as Associate Director, Rasheka Christie-Carter as Assistant Director, Tavia Rivée Jefferson as Cultural Coordinator, and Candida Caldicot as Musical Director.

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Dear Evan Hansen West End


D E A R   E V A N   H A N S E N


“Y O U   W I L L   B E   F O U N D”



Producer Stacey Mindich is delighted to announce the release of a new music video from the West End cast of Dear Evan Hansen. Featuring the full Company and starring Sam Tutty as Evan, this new music video of the show’s Act One anthem You Will Be Found from the show’s Olivier Award-winning score written by Grammy®, Tony® and Academy Award® winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, is released today (7 March 2022). The music video was shot at the Noël Coward Theatre, home to the production, where the show is currently booking to 22 October 2022. In 2021, along with the track Waving Through a Window also from the musical Dear Evan Hansen, You Will Be Found was included in the top 50 of the BBC Radio 2 Greatest Songs from a Musical, voted for by the public.

The current Olivier award-winning cast of Dear Evan Hansen includes Sam Tutty who has returned to the lead role of Evan Hansen that won him the 2020 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical. He is joined by cast members Lucy Anderson (Zoe Murphy), Doug Colling (Connor Murphy), Iona Fraser (Alana Beck), Marcus Harman (who plays Evan Hansen at certain performances), Jack Loxton (Jared Kleinman), Rebecca McKinnis (Heidi Hansen), Lauren Ward (Cynthia Murphy) and Rupert Young (Larry Murphy).  Completing the Company are Tricia Adele-Turner, Haydn Cox, Ellis Kirk, Joanna Kirkland, Hannah Lindsey, Samantha Mbolekwa, Mark Peachey, Hannah Qureshi, James Winter and Mitchell Zhangazha.

Dear Evan Hansenalso the recipient of the2020 Olivier Award for Best Musical and Best Score, opened at the Noël Coward Theatre to great critical acclaim November 2019. Prior to lockdown, the show welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to a special performance for The Royal Foundation which funds the Heads Together and Heads Up initiatives and the mental-health support service, Shout. The Grammy Award-winning Original Broadway Cast Recording produced by Atlantic Records, was released in February 2017, making an extraordinary debut on the Billboard 200 and entering the chart at #8 – the highest charting debut position for an original cast album since 1961 – and went on to win the 2018 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album and received gold status in 2019.

Dear Evan Hansen features a book by Tony Award-winner Steven Levenson, a score by Grammy®, Tony® and Academy Award® winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul and direction by four-time Tony Award nominee Michael Greif.

Dear Evan Hansen opened on Broadway to rave reviews on 4 December 2016, where it went on to win six 2017 Tony Awards including Best Musical among many other accolades and has broken all box office records at its Broadway home, the Music Box Theater. The show launched its First North American Tour in Denver, Colorado in October 2018 and prior to the shutdown had performed in more than 40 cities across North America playing for more than 1.5 million audience members. The show’s now-iconic blue polo and arm cast are part of the permanent collection of the National Museum of American History in Washington, DC. The Broadway production and the US National Tour resumed performances in December 2021.

Dear Evan Hansen features choreography by Danny Mefford, scenic design by David Korins, projection design by Peter Nigrini, costume design by Emily Rebholz, lighting design by Japhy Weideman, sound design by Nevin Steinberg, and hair design by David Brian Brown. Music supervision, orchestrations and additional arrangements are by Alex LacamoireBen Cohn is the Associate Music Supervisor. UK Casting is by Jill Green Casting,Vocal arrangements and additional arrangements are by Justin PaulJudith Schoenfeld is the Production Supervisor. General Management is by 101 Productions, Ltd with Adam Speers as UK Executive Producer.


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Theatre                              Noël Coward Theatre, St Martin’s Lane, London WC2N 4AU

Box Office                          0844 482 5151

Dates:                                until 22 October 2022