The Boys In The Band at the Vaudeville Theatre
London theatre news: Saturday 19 November 2016
Gay - London West End - Shows
Mark Gatiss stars in this strictly limited West End transfer of the first major revival of this iconic play in two decades which now heads to the West End's Vaudeville Theatre for a limited run next February.
Written by Mart Crowley and first perfromed in 1968, this show recently had a sell-out run at London's Park Theatre where it got a number of 4 star ratings from the critics - here's a selection ...
If you didn't see it at the Park, you now have another chance to see the show at the Vaudeville Theatre.
It's only going to be playing there for a very limited run from 7 to 18 February 2017.
So, if you want to catch it then, you'd better get your skates on and book tickets right away as demand is likely to be very high.
We have tickets from just £26.
Here's some more information ...
There’s a party tonight.
Nine men gather in a New York apartment for a birthday celebration.
Harold (Mark Gatiss), a self-avowed ‘pock-marked, Jew fairy’, receives a surprise gift: a beautiful male hustler, and party host Michael (Ian Hallard) gets an unwanted surprise of his own in the shape of a figure from his past.
As the booze is drunk and the dope smoked, the mood swings from hilarity to heart-break.
Donald - Daniel Boys
Cowboy - Jack Derges
Harold - Mark Gatiss
Michael - Ian Hallad
Emory - James Holmes
Alan - John Hopkins
Understudy - Paul Kendrick
Bernard - Greg Lockett
Larry - Ben Mansfield
Hank - Nathan Nolan
Director: Adam Penford
Designer: Rebecca Brower
Lighting: Jack Weir
Sound: James Nicholson
London WC2R 0NH
7 to 18 February 2017
Running time: 2 hours 5 minutes
Age restrictions: 14+
Mon-Sat - 7-45pm
Thur & Sat matinee at 3-00pm
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