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The Enfield Haunting Opens on 30th November 2023
Based on the true story and first-hand accounts of one of the ghost hunters, THE ENFIELD HAUNTING tells the story of a single mother trying to protect her three children from some disturbing happenings.
The Hodgson family who lived in a north London council house became the centre of one of the most famous poltergeist events in the world during the summer of 1977.
The play is set to star comedy icon Catherine Tate (Dr Who/ The Catherine Tate Show) and film and television actor David Threlfall (Shameless). This is the world premiere of this major new play written by Paul Unwin (Co-creator of the world’s longest-running medical drama Casualty)
Book The Enfield Haunting ticket running at the Ambassador’s Theatre from the 30th November 2023 to the 2nd March 2024.
THE MOTIVE AND THE CUE Opens 9th December 2023
Following its highly acclaimed, sold-out run at the National Theatre, THE MOTIVE AND THE CUE is transferring to the West End later this year.
Directed by Academy Award, Tony Award and Golden Globe winner Sam Mended (The Lehman Trilogy) and based on the making of Richard Burton and John Gielgud’s ‘Hamlet’ on Broadway, this play was celebrated as a ‘love letter to theatre’ by the Evening Standard.
Written by Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) this fierce and funny play offers a glimpse into the politics of a rehearsal room and the relationship between art and the celebrity.
The play tells the story of Richard Burton, newly married to Elizabeth Taylor and playing the title role in a new production of Hamlet directed by John Gielgud. But during the rehearsal process two ages of heater collide and the collaboration between actor and director soon threatens to unravel.
Starring Johnny Flynn as Burton, Mark Gatiss as Gielgud, and Tuppence Middleton as Taylor.
THE MOTIVE AND THE CUE will play for a strictly limited 15-week run at the Noel Coward Theatre from the 9th of December 2023.
THE UNFRIEND Opens 15th December 2023
A person, often met on holiday, who doesn’t understand that “let’s keep in touch” means “goodbye.” Sometimes a murderer.
After its smash-hit run at the Criterion Theatre earlier this year THE UNFRIEND returns to the West End later this year. The show will run for a strictly limited period at Wyndham’s Theatre from the 16th December.
This time starring comedy legend Lee Mack (Not Going Out/ Would I Lie to You) and Sarah Alexander (Coupling/ Smack the Pony) who will join Frances Barber (Silk/ Doctor Who) who reprises her role in the comedy. Written by Steven Moffat and director Mark Gatiss, the team behind BBC’s Sherlock.
The story follows a couple Peter and Debbie who while on holiday make friends with Elsa, a trump loving widow from Denver. They agree to stay in touch because well no one ever really means that do they? Well, Elsa does and invites herself to stay with the family a few months later. Finding this a little strange Peter and Debbie decide to look her up online only to discover she’s a murderer. The couple now face the ultimate challenge of the modern world… how do you protect yourselves and your family from mortal peril without seeming impolite?
Because guess who’s coming… to MURDER!!
This cringe-worthy comedy will open at Wyndham’s Theatre later this year.