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Breakfast at Tiffany's

Closed September 17, 2016

Pixie Lott tackles her first lead role in Capote's classic play

Why See Breakfast at Tiffany's?

THE ICONIC PLAY RETURNS TO LONDON FOR 2016

Pixie Lott takes on Truman Capote's iconic Holly Golightly in this brand-new revival of the hit play. Last seen on Broadway in 2011, the production finally returns to London after 2009's production starring Anna Friel. This time it makes its way to London's Theatre Royal Haymarket for a limited 12-week engagement in 2016. The West End run will follow a tour around the UK and Ireland in the spring and summer.

WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Based on Truman Capote's beloved novella, Breakfast at Tiffany's takes place in New York in 1943. We follow the handsome but impoverished writer Fred (Downton Abbey's Matt Barber), newly arrived from Louisiana as he meets his neighbour, the scatty, beautiful and captivating escort Holly Golightly. She can't help it; everyone falls in love with her, - including Fred. But as Fred is poor and himself taking money from an older lady in return for his attentions, he finds himself facing up against Holly's other suitors; a playboy millionaire and the future president of Brazil. But nothing in Holly's life is as it seems, and with war raging on in Europe, a telegram bearing tragic news threatens to derail her new life, and expose her humble background.

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Dates

Opening night: 30 June 2016

Audience

Suitable for ages 12+

Run time

to be confirmed by producers

Cast and Creative

Cast

Pixie Lott as Holly Golightly
Matt Barber as Fred
Victor McGuire as Joe Bell
Robert Calvert as Doc
Naomi Cranston as Mag
Charlie De Melo as Josť
Tim Frances as Rusty Trawler/Editor at 21
Andrew Joshi as Yunioshi
Melanie La Barrie as Mme Spanella
Sevan Stephan as OJ Berman/Dr Goldman
Katy Allen
Andy Watkins


Creative

Adapted for the stage by Richard Greenberg

What we thought

difficult DULL Disappointing

plagued by bad American accents left right and centre

There are few people that could cast as large a shadow as Audrey Hepburn in her prime, especially in her role as the original girl-about-town in the vintage classic Breakfast at Tiffany's.

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