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Menier's Dealer's Choice to transfer to West End
The Menier Chocolate Factory production of Patrick Marber's Dealer's Choice, is to transfer to the West End's Trafalgar Studios One, opening 11 Dec 2007, following previews from 6 Dec - booking to 29 Mar 2008.
The original cast will transfer with the play: Malcolm Sinclair (Stephen), Roger Lloyd Pack (Ash), Samuel Barnett (Carl), Ross Boatman (Sweeney), Jay Simpson (Frankie),Stephen Wight (Mugs).
Dealer's Choice is directed by Samuel West, designed by Tom Piper, lighting by Neil Austin.
The play is set around a regular poker game -- it’s supposed to be a friendly game, but this week the stakes are high and winning has its price. In a night of psychological violence and bluff, six men stay up late and bust each other out.
Dealer's Choice is currently performing to sold out houses at the Fringe Venue, Menier Chocolate Factory, where it is playing from 28 Sep 2007 to 17 Nov 2007