Reuniting the cast of the Hit West End musical, Let it Be and starring Emanuele Angeletti as Paul McCartney, this is a celebration of the life and music of a legend. The show includes all of McCartney’s solo hits and a spectacular recreation of the ‘Wings Over America’ 1976 Concert … [Read more...]
Richmond Theatre London Tickets
Richmond Theatre, located on Little Green in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, is a British Victorian theatre. The theatre opened on 18th September 1899 with a performance of As You Like It. The theatre is among the finest examples of the work of theatre architect Frank Matcham. The building, in red brick with buff terracotta, is a Grade II listed building.
The theatre is part of the Ambassador Theatre Group and has a weekly schedule of popular plays and musicals, many of which have either been performed in the West End or are on route to London's iconic Theatreland.
The new season from Richmond Theatre. Highlights include Not Dead Enough starring Laura Whitmore, Shirley Valentine with Jodie Prenger, Gaslight with Kara Tointon and Out Of Order featuring Shaun Williamson.
Photograph: Kara Tointon as Bella Manningham (c) Shaun Webb
Not Dead Enough 13 – 18 March 2017 Monday – Saturday evenings 7.30pm, Wednesday, and Saturday matinees 2.30pm
Selected productions from the season:
Million Dollar Quartet 6 – 11 February 2017
Matthew Bourne’s Early Adventures 13 – 15 February 2017
The Miser 21 – 25 February 2017
La Strada 27 February – 4 March 2017
Gaslight 6 – 11 March 2017
Shirley Valentine 20 – 25 March 2017
The Crucible 11 – 15 April 2017
Abigail’s Party 24 – 29 April 2017
For more details about what's on at Richmond Theatre 2017 and to book tickets:
The new season from Richmond Theatre. Highlights include Not Dead Enough starring Laura Whitmore, Shirley Valentine with Jodie Prenger, Gaslight with Kara Tointon and Out Of Order featuring Shaun Williamson. Not Dead Enough 13 – 18 March 2017 Monday – Saturday evenings 7.30pm, Wednesday, and … [Read more...]
“In the possibilities of your female apparatus resided all of your prospects, any respect or admiration you may command. And yet, the centrality of marriage didn’t make it a foregone conclusion, by any means.” Even an article in the programme for this production of Pride and Prejudice reads, … [Read more...]
The best bit about The Shakespeare Revue, currently at Richmond Theatre, is the talent on the stage. Their performances awoke in me a strong desire to return to the original and re-read more of Shakespeare. The original production in 1994 at the Barbican was devised by Christopher Luscombe and … [Read more...]
VERDI NABUCCO - WITH THE FAMOUS CHORUS OF THE HEBREW SLAVES Starring Olga Perrier*, the international French Soprano, as Abigail. Ellen Kent returns with a new production of the very first opera she ever produced. Verdi’s haunting and melodic chorus of the Hebrew slaves, Va Pensiero, follows … [Read more...]