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sunny afternoon
first birthday

the kinks musical celebrates one year in the west end with a cast lead by danny horn (ray davies), oliver hoare (dave davies), tom whitelock (pete quaife) and damien walsh (mick avory)
 
 
 

sunny afternoon
west end transfer

the musical based on the early life of ray davies and the rise of the kinks transfers to the harold pinter theatre and stars john dagleish (ray davies), george maguire (dave davies), ned derrington (pete quaife) and adam sopp (mick avory)
 
 
 

relative values
after party

trevor nunn directs patricia hodge (felicity), caroline quentin (moxie), rory bremner (crestwell), ben mansfield (don lucas) and leigh zimmerman (miranda frayle) at the harold pinter theatre
 
 
 

mojo
press night

rupert grint (sweets), daniel mays (potts), colin morgan (skinny), ben whishaw (baby), brendan coyle (mickey) and tom rhys harries (silver johnny) star in jez butterworth's 1995 black comedy directed by ian rickson at the harold pinter theatre
 
 
 

chimerica
west end transfer

lucy kirkwood's new play about the hero of tiananman square transfers to the harold pinter theatre and stars claudie blakley (tessa), stephen campbell moore (joe) and benedict wong (zhang lin)
 
 
 

merrily we roll along
west end transfer

the menier chocolate factory production transfers to the harold pinter theatre, starring damian humbley (charley kringas), jenna russell (mary flynn), mark umbers (franklin shepard), josefina gabrielle (gussie carnegie), glyn kerslake (joe josephson), clare foster (beth spencer), zizi strallen (meg kincald) and robbie scotcher (jerome), directed by maria friedman
 
 
 

old times
press night

kristin scott thomas (kate/anna), rufus sewell (deeley) and lia williams (kate/anna) star in harold pinter's old times, directed by ian rickson at the harold pinter theatre
 
 
 

a chorus of disapproval
press night

trevor nunn directs rob brydon (dafydd ap llewellyn), nigel harman (guy jones) and ashley jensen (hannah llewellyn) in alan ayckbourn's comedy at the harold pinter theatre
 
 
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