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KEN STOTT AND REECE SHEARSMITH IN REVIVAL OF THE DRESSER (26 MAY 2016)

Director Sean Foley who has recently enjoyed sell-out success adapting and directing The Painkiller, with Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon in the Branagh Theatre Company season of Plays at the Garrick will, starting this autumn, under producer Mark Goucher, direct two new star-studded productions in the West End.

First will be a revival of Ronald Harwood's much loved play The Dresser. Starring Ken Stott and Reece Shearsmith, the play tells the heart-breaking story of an ageing actor-manager and his long-suffering dresser as they struggle to keep the show on the road against the backdrop of a down-at-heel regional theatre in wartime. First performed in 1980 in the West End and on Broadway, the play was in 1983 made into a multi award-winning film starring Albert Finney and Tom Courtenay. This new production will play at the Duke of York's Theatre from 5 October 2016. Tickets are now on sale.

In early 2017, Griff Rhys Jones will return to the London stage to lead an ensemble cast in a revival of Moliere's classic play The Miser, which has been newly adapted by Sean Foley and Phil Porter. Best known for his television work, Rhys Jones is making his return to the London stage after five years where he is widely recognised as one of the country's great comedic performers. The Miser will be presented at Bath Theatre Royal and Richmond Theatre, prior to opening at the Garrick Theatre on 1 March 2017.


Musicals Opening
27 May 2016 - Aladdin
27 May 2016 - The Go-Between
11 July 2016 - Groundhog Day
15 July 2016 - The Bodyguard
15 July 2016 - Jesus Christ Superstar
24 October 2016 - School Of Rock The Musical
19 November 2016 - Dreamgirls
9 December 2016 - Cinderella
4 March 2017 - An American In Paris
Plays & Comedies Opening
27 May 2016 - The Spoils
8 June 2016 - Hobsons Choice
9 June 2016 - Whose Line Is It Anyway
13 June 2016 - Mark Maiers Greatest Schvitz
16 June 2016 - The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk
17 June 2016 - Henry V
18 June 2016 - Macbeth (Shakespeares Globe)
29 June 2016 - Breakfast At Tiffanys
8 July 2016 - Impossible
26 July 2016 - Rotterdam
5 August 2016 - Horrible Histories - Best Of Barmy Britain
11 August 2016 - 946
20 August 2016 - The Entertainer
2 September 2016 - The Inn At Lydda
8 September 2016 - No Mans Land
17 September 2016 - Imogen
20 September 2016 - The Two Gentlemen Of Verona
22 September 2016 - The Libertine
5 October 2016 - The Dresser
20 October 2016 - Peter Pan Goes Wrong
19 November 2016 - This House
12 December 2016 - Loves Labours Lost
12 December 2016 - Much Ado About Nothing