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...
NT ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE 26th Nov 01 to 12th Jan 02
The Royal National Theatre have announced their new schedule covering 26th Nov 01 to 12th Jan 02
Opening in this period
South Pacific, Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, book by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan, adapted from the novel 'Tales of the South Pacific' by James A Michener. It is directed by Trevor Nunn, designed by John Napier and choreographed by Matthew Bourne. The cast includes Philip Quast as 'Emile de Becque'.
(Olivier, Previews 3rd Dec, Opens 12th Dec 01, closes 27th Apr 02 ).
No Man's Land, by Harold Pinter, starring Andy de la Tour, Danny Dyer, Corin Redgrave, John Wood. Directed by Harold Pinter. "I have known this before. The door unlocked. The entrance of a stranger. The offer of alms. The shark in the harbour."
(Lyttelton, Previews 30th Nov, Opens 6th Dec 0, booking to 10th Jan 02).
Gagarin Way, by Gregory Burke, starring Bill McElhaney, MIchael Moreland, Michael Nardone, Maurice Roeves. Directed by John Tiffany. Eddie wants to feel the difference between recreational violence for a reason. Gary needs the blood, sweat and tears of his comrades to mean something to someone. Frank's the closest target - but he's not playing the game. and Tom? Tom just came back for his hat.
(Cottesloe, returns to National 8th Dec 01, booking to 12th Jan 02
The Wonder of Sex, by National Theatre of Brent , starring Patrick Barlow , John Ramm A shocking yet tasteful expose.
(Lyttelton / Previews 14th Dec , Opens 19th Dec 01, booking to 12th Jan 01).
****Public booking opens 22nd Oct 01 if booking by post or fax, public booking opens 5th Nov 01 if booking by phone, in person, or through agencies** (Except, South Pacific which is already booking!!)
Closing in this period
Humble Boy,(Cottesloe, 6th Dec 01)
New Platforms announced....
A Chile Christmas
(3rd Dec 01 / 2.30pm Cottesloe
Actor and writer Peter Searles presents funny and poignant tale of his travels in Chile.
(10th Dec 01 / 6pm Cottesloe
Presents 'The Loves of Shakespeare's Women', her anthology of the bard's multifarious female characters. (She will be signing her book after the show).
Bill Bryden & Lee Hall
(14th Dec 01 / 6pm Cottesloe
The director and adapter talk about the new production of Herman Heijermans' 'The Good Hope'.
(18th Dec 01 / 6pm Olivier
Talks about his recent work.
(21st Dec 01 / 6pm Lyttelton
Emma Freud hosts the yearly quiz betwen the Royal National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company.