Following its critically acclaimed UK premiere, leading stand-up comedian, presenter and actor Miles Jupp is to bring his heart-warming show about the life of Walt Disney’s consummate English gentleman, David Tomlinson, to London’s West End. Written by James Kettle and co-directed by Selina Cadell and Didi Hopkins, The Life I Lead will play at the Wyndham's Theatre … [Read more...]
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The Starry Messenger
In the vastness of the universe are we all just lonely souls under the same night sky?
Hollywood star and multiple Tony Award-winning Broadway legend Matthew Broderick makes his West End debut in The Starry Messenger by Kenneth Lonergan, Academy Award-winning writer of Manchester By The Sea.
Mark Williams is lost. An astronomer at New York City's Planetarium, he feels a closer connection to the infinite, starry sky than to his job or even to his wife, Anne. Mark doesn't believe in fate or divine intervention, but the universe has other ideas.
After a chance meeting with Angela, a young single mother, the stars appear to have aligned. But when a catastrophic event rips through their lives, Mark is forced to re-evaluate his life, his faith and his place in the universe itself.
Starring Matthew Broderick (Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Mel Brooks?'The Producers), and Elizabeth McGovern (Downton Abbey, The Handmaid's Tale), this bittersweet, comic drama is an unblinking exploration of love, hope and understanding our place in the universe, by one of the most celebrated writers working today.
16th May to 10th August 2019
Following a sold-out run in New York, FLEABAG, Phoebe Waller-Bridge's award-winning comedic play, directed by Vicky Jones, comes home to London for 30 performances only from 20th August.
The play that inspired the hit television series, Fleabag is a rip-roaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life. Fleabag may seem oversexed, emotionally unfiltered and self-obsessed, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. With family and friendships under strain and a guinea pig café struggling to keep afloat, Fleabag suddenly finds herself with nothing to lose.
Don't miss your final chance to see this 'witty, filthy and supreme... one-woman show' (The Guardian), running for a strictly limited season at the Wyndham's Theatre.
As an advisory to adults who might bring young people. All persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to the accompanying adult. They may not sit on their own within the auditorium. If children do have separate seats you could be refused entry. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.
THE MAN IN THE WHITE SUIT
Stephen Mangan and Kara Tointon return to the West End to star in the world premiere of the classic Ealing comedy THE MAN IN THE WHITE SUIT.
When Sidney Stratton (Stephen Mangan) invents a fabric that never gets dirty and never wears out, manufacturers and trades unions are terrified by the threat it poses to their industry and their jobs. Only Daphne (Kara Tointon), the mill owner's daughter, shows Sidney any support as his world gradually falls apart before he finds love. This fast-moving comedy reunites Stephen Mangan and Sean Foley who also created the Olivier award-winning production Jeeves and Wooster.
26th September 2019 to 11th January 2020
DryWrite, Soho Theatre and Annapurna Theatre have today announced that the critically acclaimed, multi-award-winning FLEABAG is to play the West End for a strictly limited four week run this summer. Written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge and directed by Vicky Jones, the one-woman show just finished playing to a sold-out house Off-Broadway in New York, and premiered its … [Read more...]
Full casting has been announced to join Hollywood star and multiple Tony Award-winning Broadway legend Matthew Broderick in The Starry Messenger by Kenneth Lonergan, the Academy Award-winning writer of Manchester-By-The-Sea. The Starry Messenger will begin performances at the Wyndham’s Theatre on Thursday 16 May (Press Night: Wednesday 29 May at 7:00pm) and play a … [Read more...]
Stephen Mangan and Kara Tointon return to the West End to star in the world premiere of the classic Ealing comedy THE MAN IN THE WHITE SUIT, adapted and directed by Sean Foley. When Sidney Stratton (Stephen Mangan), invents a fabric that never gets dirty and never wears out, manufacturers and trades unions are terrified by the threat it poses to their industry and … [Read more...]
Hollywood star and multiple Tony Award-winning Broadway legend Matthew Broderick - renowned for roles including Ferris Bueller in the iconic movie and Leo Bloom in The Producers - is to make his West End debut in The Starry Messenger by Kenneth Lonergan, the Academy Award-winning writer of Manchester-By-The-Sea. The production, directed by Sam Yates (Glengarry Glen … [Read more...]
Celebrated French Playwright Florian Zeller has thrown a lightning bolt onto the stage in his latest play, The Height of the Storm, one which crackles with the energy of modern day Greek tragedy. It is a beautifully crafted play wrapped inside a gossamer veil of lost memory and ghosted conversations that unravels itself as each character speaks from a perspective … [Read more...]
Red, directed by Michael Grandage, comes pre-loaded with accolades and awards from its first emergence in 2009 and 2010 in the Donmar and then on Broadway for limited periods. Its appearance at the Wyndham’s Theatre opens up the audience for the production put on by the same team as before except for Alfred Enoch who’s Rothko’s young assistant Ken this time, formerly … [Read more...]
LARKS IN TRANSIT is a compendium of travelers' tales and the general shenanigans of 20 years as a travelling comedian. With musical virtuosity, surreal tangents and trademark intelligence, Bill Bailey tackles politics, philosophy and the pursuit of happiness. Plus, he fashions a symphony from a ringtone, tells the real story of Old McDonald and a re-imagines the Stars … [Read more...]
It’s all red in the vaulted rehearsal room. The black has not yet swallowed the red as Rothko once said was his only fear, a foretelling perhaps of his suicide twelve years after this multi-award-winning play, Red, is set in 1958. Mammoth replica canvases in the spirit of Rothko’s famous Seagram Murals are stacked casually around the rehearsing space, the same … [Read more...]