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The remaining cast members have just been announced for Christopher Hampton's reimagining of Molière's Tartuffe following the announcement of French actor Sebastian Roché as Orgon, English actor Paul Anderson as Tartuffe, and French actress Audrey Fleurot as Elmire.
Internationally renowned French actor and screenwriter Sebastian Charles Edward Roché, known for starring as Reichsminister Martin Heusmann in The Man in the High Castle, Mikael in The Vampire Diaries and its spin-off series The Originals, and Balthazar in Supernatural, is set to make his debut to London's West End in Christopher Hampton's fresh take on Molière's Tartuffe.
This absolute riot of a play is set to prolong its already astounding longevity on the West End stage, and with a new ensemble to boot!
An hour-long monologue might sound a tad tedious. Surely one person rambling on for an hour can’t captivate an audience? Well, you couldn’t be more wrong because Naomi Sheldon had the entire room in the palm of her hand.
Fresh from their outstanding win at the WhatsOnStage Awards, Jez Butterworth and Sam Mendes’ phenomenal play, The Ferryman, is nicely situated at The Gielgud Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue, a long way away from Derry where this tale takes place.
West End Live is returning to Trafalgar Square this year for a showcase of all the best musicals in London theatre right now. Just like last year, the event will last two days and is completely free.
Jez Butterworth’s play, The Ferryman, has had a successful run at the Royal Court, a West End run and it has recently announced its transfer to Broadway. With all of this, people have been queuing round the block to get a ticket.
Have a look at how this critically-acclaimed production is faring with London audiences! The "simply beautiful, utterly brilliant" (Bristol 24/7) production featuring the "best British score in years" (What's On Stage) has just announced extra seats, which are readily available through 5 May 2018.
This debut play written by famed British comedian Katy Brand will be starring old-time renowned actress Anita Dobson in the lead role of Eleanor in 3Women, it has been confirmed.
Easter holiday is approaching and so are the premieres of some fantastic new productions! Come see what's hot in London's West End this Spring!
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