Stephen Ward charts the fall from grace of the man at the centre of the Profumo scandal that topppled the Conservative government in 1963. Alexander Hanson stars as the friend to film stars, spies, models, government ministers and aristocrats, whose trial-by-press and ultimate disgrace were a trigger for the increasing permissiveness of the 1960s.
Written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Christopher Hampton and Don Black, and directed by Richard Eyre, the musical centres on Ward’s involvement with the young and beautiful Christine Keeler and their chance meeting in a West End night club, which led to one of the biggest political scandals and most famous trials of the 20th century
In 1997, a British film about six out of work Sheffield steelworkers with nothing to lose, took the world by storm.
And now they're back, live on stage, only this time, for them, it really has to be. The Full Monty!
Simon Beaufoy, the Oscar winning screenwriter, has gone back to Sheffield where it all started to rediscover the men, the women, the heartache and the hilarity of a city on the dole. Featuring songs from the film by Donna Summer, Hot Chocolate and Tom Jones.
Don’t miss the world premiere production of Tim Rice’s magnificent epic musical From Here To Eternity. Adapted from one of the greatest novels of the twentieth century, this gripping tale of illicit love and army life is a breathtaking, romantic and excitingly original show that's set to join the front rank of great musicals.
Lyricist Rice has made an auspicious return to the musical spotlight with this show, his first full work in a decade. Based on James Jones' 1951 novel, this WWII-set tale of torrid relationships unfolds amid the swirl of events surrounding the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour.
The Duck House is an outrageous new laugh-out-loud comedy set in a world of dodgy receipts, dodgier deceit, and pure Parliamentary panic, that sharply satirises the MPs Expenses Scandal that outraged Britain following press revealtions in 2009.
May 2009. Gordon Brown’s Government is in meltdown and a General Election is just one year away. Labour backbencher Robert Houston loves being an MP and will do anything to save his seat – including change sides. All is going well with his switch from red to blue until, on the eve of his final interview with Tory grandee Sir Norman Cavendish, the Expenses Scandal breaks.
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