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Noel Coward Theatre, London

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Upcoming shows at the Noel Coward Theatre:

Labour of Love

Labour of Love Michael Grandage Company and Headlong present the world première of James Graham's new play LABOUR OF LOVE, starring Martin Freeman and Sarah Lancashire. This razor-sharp political comedy reunites James Graham and director Jeremy Herrin following their previous collaboration on This House, and plays at the Noël Coward Theatre from the 15th September for 11 weeks only.

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Current shows at the Noel Coward Theatre:

Half a Sixpence

Half a Sixpence Following rave reviews and a record-breaking run in Chichester, Cameron Mackintosh is delighted to announce the West End transfer of the critically acclaimed hit musical “HALF A SIXPENCE” -which he co-produced with Chichester Festival Theatre - introducing the sensational new star Charlie Stemp as Arthur Kipps. 

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Grand from the outside and just as impressive from the inside, the Noel Coward theatre was originally called the Albery. It’s another architectural masterpiece by William Sprague, who designed more than thirty theatres, and it is as practical as it is beautiful. After a long and illustrious history the venue was extensively refurbished from 2005 with improvements to the foyers and corridors, a rebuilt balcony and new seating in the auditorium, upholstered in the original Damask rose colour chosen when it was first built. The stalls bar, called Noel's Bar, has been sympathetically restored to its original splendour and the actors are happy too, with upgraded dressing rooms, two of which are affectionately named after Coward and his favourite leading lady Gertrude Lawrence, AKA Gertie. The refreshed theatre reopened in summer 2006 and has never looked back, hosting hits like Avenue Q, Deathtrap and the runaway hit jukebox musical Million Dollar Quartet. You’re in the right place for an excellent selection of Noel Coward Theatre tickets – just click through!