MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS Don't miss MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS, the hilarious, brand-new, five-star musical that's had critics in raptures, as it makes its West End debut in February 2016. Based on the much-loved film that starred Dame Judi Dench and Bob Hoskins, the show's run at the Theatre Royal Bath was hailed by the Guardian as "a shot in the arm for the British musical" and led Quentin Letts of the Daily Mail to exclaim, "I have not emerged from the theatre feeling quite so cheerful in a long time".
Past showsPast shows at the Noel Coward Theatre
Your venue for a proper Xmas treat? It's the Noel Coward theatre, where tickets for a legendary Christmas special, A Christmas Carol, are on sale from 3rd September 2015. Revived yet again for keen festive audiences, the production is testament to the endless popularity of the story of Mr Ebeneezer Scrooge and the Xmas that changed his miserable life forever.
IMPOSSIBLE, the biggest magic show in decades is set to thrill audiences in London's West End this summer at the Noël Coward Theatre. The show will feature the very best magicians and tricksters from around the world, fusing dazzling grand stage illusions, up-close-and-personal magic, cutting-edge technological tricks and death-defying escapology in a fast-paced, breath-taking spectacular for every generation.
By Anna Ziegler "The instant I saw the photograph my mouth fell open and my pulse began to race" Nicole Kidman makes her much anticipated return to the London stage in the role of Rosalind Franklin, the woman who discovered the secret life, In the UK premiere of Anna Ziegler's award winning play.
In the land of the free, each man is in charge of his own destiny. Willy Loman knows and cherishes this truth. After a life of honest hard work, it's Willy's birthright to retire with his loving wife and watch his two athletic, handsome sons continue his legacy. Yet as old age begins to take hold and retirement beckons, Willy's dream seems further away than ever. Decades of graft have somehow failed to translate into wealth and his eldest son refuses to follow the path his father has chosen for him. As actions buried in his past re-surface, Willy struggles to reconcile his long cherished dream with the life he has actually lived.
Following a sell-out run at Hampstead Theatre, the darkly comic Good People transfers to the Noël Coward Theatre for a limited 10 week run.
Reworked for the stage by Lee Hall (Billy Elliot, The Pitman Painters) from the screenplay of the smash-hit 1998 movie romantic comedy by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard, this sparkling screen-to-stage adaptation is new for summer, and brings together a prestigious, multi-award winning creative team.
In 1997, a British film about six out of work Sheffield steelworkers with nothing to lose, took the world by storm. And now they're back, live on stage, only this time, for them, it really has to be... The Full Monty!
Russia's award-winning theatre company Vakhtangov brings its ground-breaking Uncle Vanya to London's West End.
Private Steven Flowers is posted to the Song and Dance Unit in South East Asia where serving under the flamboyant Captain Terri Dennis he discovers it takes more than just a uniform to become a man.
Sheridan Smith plays Titania and David Walliams plays Bottom in this new production of one of Shakespeare's greatest comedies.
Can the King of England hold his nerve to embrace his duty, command his men and lead his country to victory in France? Shakespeare's great play of nationhood investigates the bloody horrors of war and the turbulence of a land in crisis.
Martin McDonagh's comic masterpiece examines an ordinary coming of age in extraordinary circumstances and confirms his position as one of the most original Irish voices to emerge in the second half of the twentieth century.
Judi Dench plays Alice, and Ben Whishaw plays Peter in Logan's first new play since Red, which went on to win six Tony Awards in 2010.
Actress, comedienne, writer and singer, Meera Syal stars, playing Beatrice. Much Ado About Nothing is directed by Iqbal Khan whose credits include Broken Glass (Tricycle Theatre, 2011) and The Killing of Sister George (Arts Theatre, 2011).
The RSC transfer their major new production of Julius Caesar to the Noel Coward Theatre this August as part of the celebrations for the World Shakespeare Festival.
See F. Scott Fitzgerald beloved novel The Great Gatsby adapted for the stage - with every written word included.
Frank Skinner presents Frank Skinner and Friends - a night of comedy, cabaret and music all on one bill in London's West End.
For the first time since its renaming and refurbishment, Hay Fever, one of Noel Coward's most well known plays will be performed at the Noel Coward Theatre.
This surrealistic nightmare of Stalin's prison system tells the story of one woman's survival through interrogation and torture, transporting its audience to a strange, Goyaesque world, reminiscent of Dante's circles of Hell.
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