Noël Coward Theatre London: Home of The Lieutenant of Inishmore

August 31st, 2018
Noël Coward Theatre London: Home of The Lieutenant of Inishmore
About the Theatre Seating Plan The Lieutenant of Inishmore The Noël Coward Theatre has been a West End institution since 1903. The theatre originally opened as the New Theatre, and was later named Albery Theatre; and finally, in 2006, it was renovated and renamed the Noël Coward Theatre after the famous British playwright and actor. With a history of over 115 years, the Noël Coward Theatre London has seen its share of remarkable productions including ‘Oliver!’, ‘Children of a Lesser God,’ ‘Ducktastic,’ ‘A Christmas Carol,’ and ‘Million Dollar Quartet.’ Currently, the Noël Coward Theatre is playing the West End revival of ‘The Lieutenant of Inishmore.’ The play is written and directed by Martin McDonagh, who has won multiple Academy Awards for his latest movie ‘Three Billboards outside Ebbing Missouri.’ The black comedy has captured the fancy of audiences at West End, ... read more
Source: blog.headout.com/feed/Published on 2018-08-31By Manisha Choudhari

 

 

 

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