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Wyndham's Theatre

Wyndham's Theatre
32-36 Charing Cross Road
London
London
WC2H 0DA

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The theatre can be seen opposite the station.

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Age Restriction: Suitable for ages 14+

The Wyndham’s Theatre in London’s West End becomes the home of Martin McDonagh’s latest hit, Hangmen. The show has already found a large audience thanks to its run at the Royal Court Theatre, where critics praised it and audiences flocked to pick up theatre tickets, and now it is the turn of West End crowds to get a look in.

Martin McDonagh is the acclaimed writer of plays like The Cripple Of Inishmaan (which was revived with Daniel Radcliffe in recent years) and The Beauty Queen Of Leenane and has also had success with the big screen. He is the writer/director of the likes of In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths and with these credentials his return to the West End with Hangmen is something that will be met with great anticipation.

The story focuses on the character of Harry, who is a hangman living in Oldham and considered to be the second best in the country at his job. But when hanging is abolished in the UK he is left with a great dilemma whilst all of those around him try to get his opinions on the matter. But there’s another person who has come to see him whose reasons are entirely different.

The show stars the likes of David Morrissey and Johnny Flynn, who both reprise the parts from the Royal Court Theatre run of performances. They are directed by Matthew Dunster, who has previously directed shows for the Royal Court, the RSC and the Almeida Theatre, amongst others.

David Morrissey, meanwhile, is known for his acting work on the stage and screen, whilst also working as a film director. The talented performer will be recognisable from television shows such as The Walking Dead, State Of Play, Doctor Who and Field Of Blood, as well as films like Some Voices, Captain Correlli’s Mandolin, Legend Of The Deep and Welcome To The Punch. Meanwhile, his stage work includes Peer Gynt at the National Theatre.

Replacing The Father with Kenneth Cranham (which closes late in November), Hangmen heads to the stage of the Wyndham’s Theatre in the winter with a run beginning on Monday 7th December 2015 (previews from Tuesday 1st December 2015).

 

The Wyndham’s Theatre in London’s West End becomes the home of Martin McDonagh’s latest hit, Hangmen. The show has already found a large audience thanks to its run at the Royal Court Theatre, where critics praised it and audiences flocked to pick up theatre tickets, and now it is the turn of West End crowds to get a look in.

Martin McDonagh is the acclaimed writer of plays like The Cripple Of Inishmaan (which was revived with Daniel Radcliffe in recent years) and The Beauty Queen Of Leenane and has also had success with the big screen. He is the writer/director of the likes of In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths and with these credentials his return to the West End with Hangmen is something that will be met with great anticipation.

The story focuses on the character of Harry, who is a hangman living in Oldham and considered to be the second best in the country at his job. But when hanging is abolished in the UK he is left with a great dilemma whilst all of those around him try to get his opinions on the matter. But there’s another person who has come to see him whose reasons are entirely different.

The show stars the likes of David Morrissey and Johnny Flynn, who both reprise the parts from the Royal Court Theatre run of performances. They are directed by Matthew Dunster, who has previously directed shows for the Royal Court, the RSC and the Almeida Theatre, amongst others.

David Morrissey, meanwhile, is known for his acting work on the stage and screen, whilst also working as a film director. The talented performer will be recognisable from television shows such as The Walking Dead, State Of Play, Doctor Who and Field Of Blood, as well as films like Some Voices, Captain Correlli’s Mandolin, Legend Of The Deep and Welcome To The Punch. Meanwhile, his stage work includes Peer Gynt at the National Theatre.

Replacing The Father with Kenneth Cranham (which closes late in November), Hangmen heads to the stage of the Wyndham’s Theatre in the winter with a run beginning on Monday 7th December 2015 (previews from Tuesday 1st December 2015). 

 

Show Information
Booking From: Saturday, 5th March 2016
Booking Until: Saturday, 5th March 2016
Age Restriction: Suitable for ages 14+
Show Status: production_closed
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