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16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY
16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY
Opens May 03
Two for the Seeswaw
Opens May 08
Opens May 11
Opens May 23
May 3-6, 2017
Following their 2011 season at the Noel Coward Theatre, the world-renowned Sovremennik Theatre from Russia return to the West End this year. With a triple bill of plays in Russian taking over the Piccadilly Theatre once vacated by Jersey Boys, the first play of the season will be Three Comrades, adapted from the acclaimed novelist Erich Remarque, who also wrote All Quiet On The Western Front. Taking us back to Depression-era Germany in 1928, we follow the changing fortunes of three desperate men, working as mechanics and trying to make sense of their chaotic surroundings.
May 8-9, 2017
William Gibson's compelling New York play Two for the Seeswaw is given the Russian twist by celebrated theatre company, Sovremennik Theatre. Performed entirely in Russian, this production is directed by Galina Volchek, co-founder of the company as part of a triple bill that takes over the Piccadilly Theatre following the departure of Jersey Boys. With the action still taking place in New York, we follow an intense and tempestuous affair between a brooding Nebraska lawyer who fled his marriage to the Big Apple and a dancer that he meets randomly at a party. However their happiness is short-lived when their respective pasts come to the fore.
May 11-13, 2017
The third and final production in Sovremennik Theatre's triple bill of celebrated plays comes to London this May, following stagings of Erich Maria Remarque's Three Comrades and William Gibson's Two For The Seesaw. Praised as one of the seminal versions of Anton Chekhov’s classic play, this Russian language production has travelled the world over, sharing Chekhov's great, tragicomic story of women contending with disillusioned life in a small Russian town. Galina Volchek directs this luminous, complex play with rich insight into Chekhov's eloquent understanding of resignation, longing, and love.
May 23, 2017-January 6, 2018
Leapin' lizards! Little Orphan Annie returns to the West End after nearly two decades to bring her sunshine personality to a brand new production starring Call The Midwife favourite Miranda Hart as her nemesis, Miss Hannigan. Heart-warming and dripping with charm and catchy songs, Annie has been an absolute classic since first appearing on stage in 1977, introducing audiences to the wyly red-head and her adventures as she sets out to find her real parents.
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