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  • Imperium - Part I: Conspirator

    Until Sep 8, 2018

  • Imperium - Part II: Dictator

    Until Sep 8, 2018

  • Company

    Opens Sep 26, 2018

Imperium - Part I: Conspirator Poster

Imperium - Part I: Conspirator

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Until September 8, 2018

Company's Imperium plays are receiving their West End transfer this mummer, for a strictly limited run. The two-parter, which is based on the bestselling Cicero Trilogy by Robert Harris, follows the rise of Cicero, one of ancient Rome's most prolific politicians and greatest orators.

Imperium - Part II: Dictator Poster

Imperium - Part II: Dictator

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Until September 8, 2018

Company's Imperium plays are receiving their West End transfer this mummer, for a strictly limited run. The two-parter, which is based on the bestselling Cicero Trilogy by Robert Harris, follows the rise of Cicero, one of ancient Rome's most prolific politicians and greatest orators. Dictator is the second part of this epic tale.

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Company

Opens September 26, 2018

Broadway royalty Patti Lupone will make a triumphant return to the West End stage in 2018 starring as Joanne in this eagerly awaited gender-swapped version of the Sondheim masterpiece. Last fully staged in London in 1995, this brand new production will also feature Rosalie Craig as 'Bobbi', the woman whose 35th birthday party becomes the central theme of the show.

Gielgud Theatre

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35 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6AR

  • Year opened: 1906
  • Capacity: 986
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  • In-house bar
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Located on Shaftesbury Avenue, The Gielgud Theatre is a West End theatre which was designed by W.G.R Sprague and first opened in 1906 as the Hicks Theatre, after Seymour Hicks. In 1909, Charles Frohman took over the management of the theatre and it was named the Globe Theatre for 85 years. In 1994 it was renamed the Gielgud Theatre in honour of John Gielgud, as the Shakespeare's Globe was being constructed on the South Bank. Since 2006, Delfont Mackintosh Theatre have operated the Gielgud.

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