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A Chorus of Disapproval
Making his West End theatre debut, Rob Brydon stars alongside Nigel Harman (Shrek, EastEnders) and Ashley Jensen (Extras, Ugly Betty) in Alan Ayckbourn's comedy A Chorus knock off serpenti bracelet of Disapproval. Directed by Olivier and Tony award winner Trevor Nunn, the production is staged at the Harold Pinter Theatre. The story sees Harman star as a handsome, young widower who makes an unexpectedly fair reaching impact after joining an amateur dramatics society directed by local man Dafydd (Brydon). It runs from September 17 to January 5, 2013.
St. James Theatre, the first newly built theatre complex in central London in 30 years, opens to the public this month. On the site of the former Westminster Theatre at 12 Palace Street in Victoria, the space will include a 312 seat theatre, a studio space, brasserie and bar. David Gilmore, artistic director, and James Albrecht, assistant artistic director, oversee a programme that is set to include musicals, comedies and classic revivals as well as offering a London venue to touring and regional productions. The first show at the theatre will be Sandi Toksvig's Bully Boy, which runs from September 18 to October 27.
The Bartered Bride/ A Night at the Chinese Opera; Sadler's Wells Peacock Theatre
British Youth Opera celebrates its 25th anniversary with two new productions in imitation bvlgari bracelet serpenti association with Southbank Sinfonia. Smetana's comic tale, inspired by folk tales from his native Bohemia, tells of The Bartered Bride whose arranged marriage is thwarted by her true love's cunning. A Night at the Chinese Opera is a colourful depiction of China in the time of Kublai Khan, Marco Polo and the 'Orphan of Zhao', whose tragic tale of military invasion and personal vendetta is mirrored by Judith Weir's theatrically turbo charged comic opera within an opera. The productions run from September 8 15.
San Francisco Ballet, Three Mixed Bills; Sadler's Wells
San Francisco Ballet has a commendable reputation for its vast and rich repertory, performed by some of the finest ballet dancers today. This month the company presents three programmes over two weeks in Sadler's Wells, performing some of its most popular works of recent years. The bills run from September 14 23.
Some Like it Hip Hop; Sadler's Wells
Following in the footsteps of the company's 2006 production Into the Hoods, Some Like It Hip Hop returns to the Peacock Theatre for a limited run ahead of its first UK tour. Fusing dance and storytelling, it tells a comical tale of love, mistaken identity, cross dressing and revolution; all played out through the use of hip hop, comedy and physical theatre. It's on from September 20 to October 13.
Private Peaceful; Theatre Royal Haymarket
Directed and adapted for the stage by Simon Reade, Private Peaceful tells the story of Private Tommo Peaceful copy serpenti bracelet is a young First World War soldier awaiting the firing squad at dawn. During the night he looks back at his short but joyful past growing up in rural Devon; and the battles and injustices of war that brought him to the front line. It runs from September 18 29.
This House; National Theatre
This House, a new play by James Graham, will open at the Cottesloe Theatre on September 25. Directed by Jeremy Herrin, the bvlgari bracelet serpenti knock off cast includes Phil Daniels, Philip Glenister and Julian Wadham. Taking place in 1974, the drama is set in the engine rooms of Westminster and deals with social uncertainty and political upheaval. It runs until December 1.
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