mabel's bar

martin shaw (henry horatio hobson), bryan dick (willie mossop), naomi frederick (maggie hobson), gabrielle dempsey (vicky hobson) and florence hall (alice hobson) star in jonathan church's hobson's choice at the vaudeville theatre
hobson's choice
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14th June 2016 - martin shaw (henry horatio hobson), bryan dick (willie mossop), naomi frederick (maggie hobson), gabrielle dempsey (vicky hobson) and florence hall (alice hobson) star in jonathan church's hobson's choice at the vaudeville theatre

midnight tango, produced by arlene phillips and directed by karen bruce, stars vincent simone and flavia cacace at the aldwych theatre
midnight tango
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31st January 2012 - midnight tango, produced by arlene phillips and directed by karen bruce, stars vincent simone and flavia cacace at the aldwych theatre

george and ira gershwins crazy for you starring sean palmer (bobby child), clare foster (polly baker), kim medcalf (irene roth) and harriet thorpe (lottie child/patricia fodor) transfers to the novello theatre after an accliamed run at the open air theatre
crazy for you
west end transfer

17th October 2011 - george and ira gershwins crazy for you starring sean palmer (bobby child), clare foster (polly baker), kim medcalf (irene roth) and harriet thorpe (lottie child/patricia fodor) transfers to the novello theatre after an accliamed run at the open air theatre

robert lindsay (onassis), lydia leonard (jackie kennedy) and anna francolini (maria callas) star in martin sherman's onassis at the novello theatre
onassis
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12th October 2010 - robert lindsay (onassis), lydia leonard (jackie kennedy) and anna francolini (maria callas) star in martin sherman's onassis at the novello theatre

neil simon's black comedy, the prisoner of second avenue, starring jeff goldblum (mel edison) and mercedes ruehl (edna edison), marks the old vic theatre's first production in the west end
the prisoner of second avenue
after party

13th July 2010 - neil simon's black comedy, the prisoner of second avenue, starring jeff goldblum (mel edison) and mercedes ruehl (edna edison), marks the old vic theatre's first production in the west end

set against the backdrop of a travelling funfair, david essex (author/levi lee), christopher timothy (harvey) and louise english (rosa) star in the west end transfer of all the fun of the fair, named after essexs hit 1975 album
all the fun of the fair
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28th April 2010 - set against the backdrop of a travelling funfair, david essex (author/levi lee), christopher timothy (harvey) and louise english (rosa) star in the west end transfer of all the fun of the fair, named after essexs hit 1975 album

kim cattrall (amanda) returns to the london stage opposite matthew macfadyen (elyot), simon paisley day (victor) and lisa dillon (sybil) in the revival of noel cowards classic 1929 comedy directed by richard eyre
private lives
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3rd March 2010 - kim cattrall (amanda) returns to the london stage opposite matthew macfadyen (elyot), simon paisley day (victor) and lisa dillon (sybil) in the revival of noel cowards classic 1929 comedy directed by richard eyre

x factor finalist diana vickers (little voice) makes her stage acting debut, as lesley sharp (mari hoff) and marc warren (ray say) co-star in terry johnsons production at the vaudeville theatre
the rise & fall of little voice
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20th October 2009 - x factor finalist diana vickers (little voice) makes her stage acting debut, as lesley sharp (mari hoff) and marc warren (ray say) co-star in terry johnsons production at the vaudeville theatre

john barrowman (albin/zaza), simon burke (georges) and gabriel vick (jean-michel) join the cast of la cage aux folles at the playhouse theatre
la cage aux folles
john barrowman cast change

5th October 2009 - john barrowman (albin/zaza), simon burke (georges) and gabriel vick (jean-michel) join the cast of la cage aux folles at the playhouse theatre

tv co-stars david tennant and philip glenister turn out to support john simm as he opens andrew bovells speaking in tongues at the duke of yorks theatre
speaking in tongues
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28th September 2009 - tv co-stars david tennant and philip glenister turn out to support john simm as he opens andrew bovells speaking in tongues at the duke of yorks theatre

rent
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15th October 2007 -

in celebration
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16th July 2007 -