Why See The Night Of The Iguana?
Starring Golden Globe winner Clive Owen!
After nearly 19 years, the West End welcomes back Golden Globe and Bafta award-winning Clive Owen as he takes on the role of disgraced priest and second rate Mexican tour guide in this major revival of Tennessee Williams' engaging classic 'The Night Of The Iguana'.
Directed by James Macdonald, whose work also includes the acclaimed production of Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf, and designed by Olivier, Tony and OBIE award-winning Rae Smith, the drama follows a spinster, a widow and clergyman as they are forced to interact with one another after finding themselves stranded on a neglected hotel veranda, high above a Mexican rain-forest. The recipe of personalities results in an epic battle which is only heightened by the arrival of a tropical rainstorm.
Starring alongside Golden Globe winner Clive Owen, will be The Crowns Lia Williams, Breaking Bad's Anna Gunn and Game of Thrones' Julian Glover. The Night Of The Iguana is playing for a strictly limited 12 week run, so be sure to book now and secure your seat.
Previews from: 6 July 2019
Opening night: 16 July 2019
Cast and Creative
Clive Owen as Rev. T. Lawrence Shannon
Lia Williams as Hannah Jelkes
Anna Gunn as Maxine Faulk
Julian Glover as Nonno
Directed by James Macdonald
Designed by Rae Smith
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Until Apr 27, 2019
this is a worthy, weighty addition to the West End scene, anchored by two splendid performances, from the imitable David Suchet and Brendan Coyle
Come From Away
it takes all of ten seconds to be in its generous embrace...It calls for quicksilver, charismatic acting and singing. It gets it from this versatile cast. It's an evening that, frankly, gets everything right.
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