Noel Coward's classic comedy starring Anna Chancellor and Toby Stevens
The Lyceum theatre

At Gielgud Theatre

Shaftesbury Avenue
London, W1V 8AR

Private Lives Play London

 Elyot and Amanda are glamorous, rich, reckless...and divorced. Five years later, their love for one another is unexpectedly rekindled when they take adjoining suites of a Riviera hotel while honeymooning with their new spouses. This chance encounter instantly reignites their passion, and they fling themselves headlong into a whirlwind of love and lust once more, without a thought for partners present or turbulences past. 

This much-anticipated transfer is set to blaze across the West End stage this summer in an explosive production that proves Noël Coward still has the power to thrill, provoke and delight. 

Directed by Jonathan Kent and designed by Anthony Ward, the play transfers with original cast members Toby Stephens (Elyot Chase), Anna Chancellor (Amanda Prynne), Anthony Calf (Victor Prynne), Anna-Louise Plowman (Sibyl Chase).

 

 

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Private Lives News

On Saturday night an enraged Helen Mirren told off noisy revellers outside the Gielgud Theatre whilst dressed in full Elizabeth II regalia. According to eye-witnesses drumming noises from the street outside the venue had become impossible to ignore by the end of the first act of The Audience, in which Mirren is currently starring as Queen Elizabeth.

Jonathan Kent’s superb production of Private Lives has opened at The Gielgud theatre and has been touted as the sexiest reincarnation of the classic story to date.

London Theatre News

The hit musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will be holding a special Gala performance in aid of BBC Children in Need on Thursday 7th November 2013.

Full Stephen Ward cast details announced. Opens at Aldwych Theatre in December 2013.

Queen guitarist and music legend Brian May is set to join the ever-increasing list of celebrities appearing as God in Monty Python’s Spamalot, all for charity. ‘The Season of Spamalot Charity Gods’ at The Playhouse Theatre has been created to raise money for several charities which are supported by the actors who are playing God.