"PLAY WHAT I WROTE" TO CLOSE 4TH MAY 02


"PLAY WHAT I WROTE" TO CLOSE 4TH MAY 02

The Play What I Wrote, will close at the Wyndham's Theatre on 4th May 02, after a run of 6 months. The show has just announced an extra two weeks to its booking period which takes it up to 4th May 02. However, the show is expected to return to the West End later in the year!

Written by, and starring Sean Foley and Hamish McColl, along with Toby Jones , this comedy concerns two comedians who are asked to perform a tribute to comic duo Morecambe and Wise.

A special celebrity guest appears each night. Guests that have appeared so far include Richard Wilson, Richard E Grant, Ewan McGregor, Ralph Fiennes, Jerry Hall, Dawn French and Minnie Driver.

The play received positive notices from the popular press whern it opened in November last year..... MICHAEL BILLINGTON for THE GUARDIAN said, “Tear-inducingly funny show…..the gags come thick and fast.” SHERIDAN MORLEY for TELETEXT said, “The most anarchic, surreal and original comedy to have hit the West End in ages. “ NICHOLAS DE JONGH for THE EVENING STANDARD said, “But though Foley and McColl are brilliant slap-stick pranksters, their Morecambe and Wise routines are strictly for their legions of afficionados.” TERRI JUDD for THE INDEPENDENT said, “The Play What I Wrote, brought a touch of sunshine to the West End of London.”

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