BROADCAST OF THE SOLD OUT WEST END PRODUCTION TOOK £1.1M AT THE UK BOX OFFICE
THE WINTER’S TALE WAS SCREENED TO 520 CINEMAS ACROSS THE UK AND 1,300 CINEMAS WORLDWIDE
ENCORE BROADCASTS WILL BE HELD ACROSS THE UK THROUGHOUT THE CHRISTMAS PERIOD
Henry V is a character of contrasts: Strong but easily wounded; Powerful but fallible; A king, but also a man. Doran’s interpretation reflects these dichotomies, making for a gripping but also accessible production. Excellent stuff.
After a successful first outing as part of the So and So Arts Club’s Hopefull Rep season at the Hope Theatre last August, Paul Minx’s Offie-nominated drama The Long Road South transfers to the King’s Head Theatre in January, starring Imogen Stubbs (famous for her work with the RSC, as well as a wide-ranging and prolific theatrical career) and Michael Brandon (Episodes, Gallivant).
The Shakespeare’s Globe production of Nell Gwynn is set to open in the West End in 2016, with Gemma Arterton starring in the title role.
Following its original sell-out run at the Globe earlier this year, the play transfers in to the West End for a strictly limited season at the Apollo Theatre from 4th February to 30th April 2016. Press night will be held on 12th February 2016.
Award winning film-maker Gary Sinyor has written and will direct his first play, NotMoses, previewing at the Arts Theatre from 10th March 2016, with press night on 15th March 2016. NotMoses is designed by Carla Goodman with lighting by Humphrey McDermott.
Tickets for this ten week limited run go on sale today (27th November 2015) with booking to 14th May 2016. Casting and the full production team will be announced shortly.
The West End production is set to begin previews at the Shaftesbury Theatre from 11th February 2016, with a press night on 8th March 2016, and is currently booking until 22nd October 2016. The latest casting news sees the addition of Charl Brown as Smokey Robinson and Sifiso Mazibuko as Marvin Gaye.
They join the previously announced cast of Cedric Neal (Berry Gordy), Lucy St. Louis (Diana Ross), Keisha Amponsa Banson (Mary Wells), Cherelle Williams (Mary Wilson), Cleopatra Rey (Gladys Knight), Cindy Belliot (Anna Gordy), Aisha Jawondo (Martha Reeves), Samuel Edwards (Jackie Wilson), Brandon Lee Sears (Tito Jackson), Joshua Liburd (Eddie Kendricks) and Simeon Montague (Jermaine Jackson). The ensemble includes Daniel Bailey, Edward Baruwa, Tanya Nicole Edwards, Eddie Elliott, Christopher Fry, Alex Hammond, Edward Handoll, Simon Ray Harvey, Elias Hendricks, Brian James Leys, Jayde Nelson, Simone Mistry Palmer, Carl Spencer and Marcel J Whyte.
What do you enjoy most about playing The Gruffalo?
There are many reasons that I love playing The Gruffalo, but having the chance to play a huge, lolloping, monstrously big beast was always going to be fun. There’s no pretensions with The Gruffalo – he says exactly what he thinks – with no hold back – and that’s really fun to play with.
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