apollo theatre

following a run at the st james, urinetown transfers to the apollo theatre with matthew seadon-young (bobby strong) and nathan amzi (officer barrel) joining the cast

urinetown the musical
west end transfer

8th October 2014 - following a run at the st james, urinetown transfers to the apollo theatre with matthew seadon-young (bobby strong) and nathan amzi (officer barrel) joining the cast

dave hearn (max), rob falconer (trevor), henry lewis (robert), charlie russell (sandra), jonathan sayer (dennis), henry shields (chris), greg tannahill (jonathan) and nancy wallinger (annie) launch the play that goes wrong

the play that goes wrong
launch

9th May 2014 - dave hearn (max), rob falconer (trevor), henry lewis (robert), charlie russell (sandra), jonathan sayer (dennis), henry shields (chris), greg tannahill (jonathan) and nancy wallinger (annie) launch the play that goes wrong

the apollo theatre reopens with john ajvide lindqvists swedish horror novel directed by john tiffany and starring rebecca benson (eli) and martin quinn (oskar)

let the right one in
press night

7th April 2014 - the apollo theatre reopens with john ajvide lindqvists swedish horror novel directed by john tiffany and starring rebecca benson (eli) and martin quinn (oskar)

The National Theatres The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time transfers to the West End with Luke Treadaway (Christopher) and Niamh Cusack (Siobhan), adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Marianne Elliott

the curious incident of the dog in the night-time
transfer

12th March 2013 - the national theatres the curious incident of the dog in the night-time transfers to the west end with luke treadaway (christopher) and niamh cusack (siobhan), adapted by simon stephens and directed by marianne elliott

richard iii and twelfth night, with an all male cast including mark rylance (richard iii/olivia) and stephen fry (malvolio), transfers from shakespeares globe to the apollo theatre

richard iii/twelfth night
west end transfer

17th November 2012 - richard iii and twelfth night, with an all male cast including mark rylance (richard iii/olivia) and stephen fry (malvolio), transfers from shakespeares globe to the apollo theatre

judi dench and ian mckellen go backstage as roger rees opens what you will at the apollo theatre

what you will
dench and mckellen backstage

18th September 2012 - judi dench and ian mckellen go backstage as roger rees opens what you will at the apollo theatre

alan bennetts the madness of george iii opens at the apollo theatre starring david haig (george iii), beatie edney (queen charlotte), clive francis (dr francis willis), nicholas rowe (william pitt), thomas wheatley (lord thurlow), christopher keegan (prince of wales), william belchambers (duke of york) and gary oliver (charles james fox)

the madness of george iii
press night

23rd January 2012 - alan bennetts the madness of george iii opens at the apollo theatre starring david haig (george iii), beatie edney (queen charlotte), clive francis (dr francis willis), nicholas rowe (william pitt), thomas wheatley (lord thurlow), christopher keegan (prince of wales), william belchambers (duke of york) and gary oliver (charles james fox)

the hit comedy yes, prime minister, starring simon williams (sir humphrey appleby) and richard mccabe (jim hacker), moves back to the gielgud theatre where it originally opened in september 2010

yes, prime minister
gielgud theatre move

1st September 2011 - the hit comedy yes, prime minister, starring simon williams (sir humphrey appleby) and richard mccabe (jim hacker), moves back to the gielgud theatre where it originally opened in september 2010

yes, prime minister returns to the west end starring simon williams (sir humphrey appleby), richard mccabe (jim hacker) and chris larking (bernard woolley) at the apollo

yes, prime minister
after party

7th July 2011 - yes, prime minister returns to the west end starring simon williams (sir humphrey appleby), richard mccabe (jim hacker) and chris larking (bernard woolley) at the apollo

thea sharrock directs alison steadman (madame arcati), hermione norris (ruth condomine), robert bathurst (charles condomine) and ruthie henshall (elvira) in noel coward

blithe spirit
press night

9th March 2011 - thea sharrock directs alison steadman (madame arcati), hermione norris (ruth condomine), robert bathurst (charles condomine) and ruthie henshall (elvira) in noel cowards blithe spirit at the apollo theatre

clifford odet

the country girl
press night

11th October 2010 - clifford odet's the country girl, directed by rufus norris, stars martin shaw (frank elgin), jenny seagrove (georgie) and mark letheren (bernie dodd)

david suchet (joe keller), zoe wanamaker (kate keller), jemima rooper (ann deever), stephen campbell moore (chris keller) and daniel lapaine (george deever) in the national theatre production of arthur millers all my sons at the apollo theatre

all my sons
press night

27th May 2010 - david suchet (joe keller), zoe wanamaker (kate keller), jemima rooper (ann deever), stephen campbell moore (chris keller) and daniel lapaine (george deever) in the national theatre production of arthur millers all my sons at the apollo theatre