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"It has comedy. It has tragedy. It has love, loss, satire, a hero, some half-villains, slapstick, naturalism, perfect lighting, flawless performance, costumes to die for, a set to explore. Yeah, I’m set on it: Mr Foote’s Other Leg pretty much has it all." Mr Foote's Other Leg reviewed at Hampstead Theatre by Rebecca Jones for in A Younger Theatre - http://www.ayoungertheatre.com/review-mr-footes-other-leg-hampstead-theatre/ Catch it at the Haymarket until January 23rd!
Here's to the cast and crew of Mr Foote's Other Leg breaking their remaining leg tonight, on their first West End preview!
Check out Part One of #BackstageWithPixie as she gives you a little behind the scene glimpse of Breakfast at Tiffany's On Stage
We know that Breakfast at Tiffany's has only just begun, but our next show is Stephen Jeffreys' THE LIBERTINE, directed by Terry Johnson. Full of flair and wit, this brilliant play is both a wild period piece and an incisive critique of life in an age of excess. With an exceptional cast including DOMINIC COOPER & OPHELIA LOVIBOND, this show is not to be missed. 22nd September - 3rd December 2016 http://www.trh.co.uk/whatson/the-libertine/
We're so excited to welcome the cast & crew of BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S to the theatre. Best of luck for tonight's first performance! More info & tickets here: http://www.trh.co.uk/whatson/breakfast-at-tiffanys/
The wonderful Peter Dazeley has taken some beautiful photographs of the theatre, one of which will be up for auction at the Masterclass gala. The photos are for an exciting new book he is launching in collaboration with theatre critic Michael Coveney. For more information about the book and gala, visit http://masterclass.org.uk/view/dazzling-dazeley
They're about to leave us. Just three more performances of the critically acclaimed HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.
It's the final four days of HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES at the Haymarket, and everybody's rushing to get tickets. Snap up yours while there's still time!: http://www.trh.co.uk/whatson/how-the-other-half-loves/
★★★★ (Times), ★★★★ (Guardian), ★★★★ (Telegraph), ★★★★ (Daily Mail), ★★★★ (The Stage), ★★★★ (Whats On Stage), ★★★★★ (Theatre Cat), ★★★★ (London Theatre) That's a lot of stars. Catch HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES before June 25th at the Theatre Royal Haymarket - just one more week!
Can't wait until September to see Dominic Cooper as the Earl of Rochester? Take a peek behind the scenes of our photoshoot for THE LIBERTINE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JhjSi8esZ8
How long? Not long at all left to catch HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Get your tickets before June 25th: http://www.trh.co.uk/whatson/how-the-other-half-loves/
We're delighted to announce that Ophelia Lovibond will be joining Dominic Cooper and others in The Libertine at the Haymarket this autumn.
So excited to welcome the wonderful Mr Chris Lemmon into the studio today for a chat about his wonderful play " A Twist of Lemmon " currently showing St. James Theatre in #london Theatre Royal Haymarket Cabaret The Hollywood Reporter Marilyn Monroe Quotes #jacklemmon
Aged 30 or under? Jason Watkins and Tanya Franks will host FREE acting Masterclasses at Theatre Royal Haymarket in June where you can work on stage and ask those burning questions! Get booking folks & sign up to our newsletter for all the latest announcements...
A handful of stalls tickets have just been released for A Right Royal Knees Up - don't miss this spectacular one-off evening!: Due to appear: Michael Ball, Samantha Bond, Rob Brydon, Stephanie Cole, Janie Dee, Dame Judi Dench, Sir Derek Jacobi, Robert Lindsay, Joanna Lumley, Natascha McElhone, David Morrissey, Michael Palin, Emma Thompson http://www.trh.co.uk/whatson/a-right-royal-knees-up/
Day 2 of re-acclimatisation to the UK: leisurely lunch at the Oriental Club in London, before dinner and a comedy at Theatre Royal Haymarket in the West End http://ift.tt/1Yn7OZi
'The performances are an across-the-board triumph', ★★★★ - The Telegraph #HowTheOtherHalfLoves playing just 7 more weeks at the Haymarket. Tickets available here: http://www.trh.co.uk/whatson/how-the-other-half-loves/
Pixie Lott and director Nikolai Foster launched the London run of BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S at a very special breakfast at the Haymarket Hotel this morning. The star gave a sneak preview of what audiences can expect when the play comes to the Theatre Royal Haymarket next month and performed songs from the show. Check out the video below. #BreakfastwithPixie
This Christmas, The RSC is coming to the Haymarket with two 'sparklingly funny & giddily blissful' comedies (The Times) Find out more about the season here: http://www.rschaymarket.com/
Alan Strachan's production of #HowTheOtherHalfLoves 'reminds us just what a comic master Ayckbourn is', ★★★★ - The Guardian
Tickets for MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING and LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST are now on sale! Book here: http://www.trh.co.uk/whats-on/events/
We're thrilled to announce that the Royal Shakespeare Company's MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING and LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST are coming to the Haymarket this December, following a run at Chichester Festival Theatre! Tickets will go on general sale from April 25th. More details to follow. #RSC2016 #Shakespeare400
What time does the matinee of How The Other Half Loves finish on Saturday, please?
REVIEW★★★★#HowTheOtherHalfLoves Theatre Royal Haymarket
Happy Monday folks! Does any of you know how #TheOtherHalfLoves? Tricky question, right? Theatre Royal Haymarket's newest performance can shed some light to the question for you. #PickoftheWeek
Tamzin Outhwaite (Teresa Phillips), Nicholas Le Prevost (Frank Foster), Jenny Seagrove (Fiona Foster), Jason Merrells (Bob Phillips), Matthew Cottle (William Featherstone) and Gillian Wright (Mary Featherstone) star in Alan Ayckbourn's farce at the Theatre Royal Haymarket http://bit.ly/dw_12271