It’s been confirmed that a new bio-musical about the rise to fame of the Bee Gees is in the works, and could be eyeing a place in the West End.
Universal Theatrical Group is the team behind...
Coming up in the 2010 Spring Season at the Leicester Square Theatre...
IN THE MAIN HOUSE
2 to 21 Feb 2010
Defending the Caveman by Rob Becker, starring Mark Little, directed by Cathy Farr. Why do men and women misunderstand each other ? The truth of course, can be traced back to THE CAVEMAN. This show brings the basic differences between men and women up to date.
14 Apr to 1 May 2010
When the Lilac Blooms, My Love By Jane Huxley, directed by Simon Beyer, starring Sally Farmiloe-Neville. Produced by Alex von Saxe Productions Ltd. Set in modern-day suburbia. Nicky is a young woman who returns to the family home to break the news to her family that she is pregnant, taking the reluctant father-to-be with her. On meeting the family a web of hidden passions unfolds that challenges the bonds between them.
IN THE 65 SEAT BASEMENT
9 March to 18 Apr 2010
The Extraordinary Cabaret of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, adapted by Ruby In The Dust. A far cry from the opera houses, the salons and the gentlemen’s clubs; this production delves into the darker, murkier underbelly of Victorian London: tawdry theatres, burlesque bars, cabaret clubs and opium dens.
20 Apr to 9 May 2010
Austin's Women by Rebecca Vaughan & Guy Masterson. Starring Rebecca Vaughan. Some of the moments from the complete works of Jane Austen. Thirteen of Austen's women are assembled in one distillation of 19th century feminism.
11 to 29 May 2010
Children of Darkness by Edwin Justus Mayer, directed by Eric Richard. Inside London’s infamous Newgate Prison, 1725; a corrupt, loveless world where anything can be bought, even freedom, but at what price? Its inmates – the notorious Jonathan Wild, London’s first organised crime lord, aristocrats, a young poet and Laetitia, the sensual but brutalised gaoler’s daughter – all dance to this damning drum beat.