‘The cast is uniformly excellent. Lenny Henry is simply remarkable’ Daily Telegraph
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Best known for his comic prowess Lenny Henry will be heading the cast in one of the greatest American dramas of the 20th Century, August Wilson's Fences, this summer. His turn as Othello in 2009 was met with widespread critical acclaim, proving that Henry had more strings to his bow than were widely known. His return to the London stage in Wilson's play will be hotly anticipated and a high demand for tickets is expected.
After stunning critics and audiences alike with his 2009 unexpected dramatic debut in Othello, funnyman Lenny Henry's current turn in Fences has also proved to be a critical success. August Wilson's classic American play runs at the Duchess Theatre until 14th September. Here is a roundup of what the papers are saying.
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.
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.
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