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From 24 Sep 2014
David Mamet's satirical dissection of the Hollywood movie business is helmed by award-winning direcor Lindsay Posner, who has previously worked with stars Matthew Perry and Juliette Lewis. Lindsay Lohan plays a seemingly sweet and innocent secretary to a Hollywood producer. Bob Gould. When he seduces her to win a bet, her true motives for allowing him to are revealed, throwing a huge spanner in the works of a film he and his colleague are planning to make.
From 20 Dec 2014
Stage and screen star Tamsin Greig leads this musical adaption of Pedro Almodova's 1988 Spanish film, where a group of women's personal lives become inextricably tangled with each other. Greig plays the central character Pepa, who is grieving the breakdown of her relationship when who should show up but her ex-partner, his ex-wife, her grown up son and fiancee in tow. The scene is set for chaos and laughs! David Yasbek and Jeffrey Lane, whose Dirty Rotten Scoundrels musical is currently seeing positive reviews in the West End, are the writing team behind this latest venture.
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