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Piccadilly Theatre, London

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Upcoming shows at the Piccadilly Theatre:

Two for the Seesaw

Two for the Seesaw A Russian twist on the poignant and compelling American drama Two for the Seesaw is performed by two of the country’s greatest actors, Chulpan Khamatova and Kirill Safonov.    This show will be performed in Russian with English subtitles

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Upcoming shows at the Piccadilly Theatre:

Three Comrades

Three Comrades Adapted for the stage from the novel by Erich Maria Remarque, critically acclaimed author of All Quiet on the Western Front, Three Comrades portrays the greatness of the human spirit, manifested through characters who must find the inner resources to live in a world they did not make, but must endure.    This show will be performed in Russian with English subtitles

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Upcoming shows at the Piccadilly Theatre:

Annie

Annie Miranda Hart makes her West End debut as the infamous Miss Hannigan in a new production of the beloved Broadway musical Annie. Directed by Nikolai Foster, Annie opens at the Piccadilly Theatre in May 2017, for a London season.

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With its wide, sweeping curved frontage and dramatic tiered auditorium, the Piccadilly Theatre dates back to 1928, right on the cusp of Art Deco. The outside is low key but the interior is purest Deco, designed by the prestigious Marc-Henri Levy and Gaston Laverdet in a colour scheme so delicious it has been retained over the years. Once one of the city’s biggest theatrical venues, it has been home to a broad spread of entertainment including cinema, ballet and drama. In fact it was the first place in Britain to screen a talking movie. In the late ‘30s it was infamous for scandalous stage shows and was damaged by bombs during the Second World War. The ‘90s saw the Piccadilly focusing on musicals and dance, with Matthew Bourne’s luscious Swan Lake hitting the big time here. Since then it has hosted some serious successes: Spend Spend Spend, Jailhouse Rock, Guys and Dolls, Grease the Musical and Ghost the Musical to name a few. Piccadilly Theatre tickets are our tour de force, so click this way for excellent deals!