Theatre legend, Oscar-winner and five-time Tony Award-winner Angela Lansbury talks about Blithe Spirit...
The Noël Coward Room
The Noël Coward Room is available by appointment.
The room contains research material on Coward and his work, and is the starting point in London for anyone wanting to find out more about his life.
You are able to see many photos, programme covers, and film posters displayed and to view some rare film footage from his professsional and personal worlds.
If you wish to register your interest please email .
PRIVATE LIVES exclusively available to watch online with Digital Theatre
Digital Theatre has today released the acclaimed Chichester Festival Theatre production of Noël Coward’s Private Lives (Nominee, Best Revival - Olivier Awards 2014), directed by Jonathan Kent and starring Toby Stephens and Anna Chancellor (Nominee, Best Actress - Olivier Awards 2014).
Noël Coward's Blithe Spirit
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ANGELA LANSBURY RETURNS TO THE WEST END AND STARS WITH JANIE DEE AND CHARLES EDWARDS
Gielgud Theatre - Now running to June 7th
Returning to the London stage for the first time in nearly 40 years the inimitable Angela Lansbury reunites with acclaimed director Michael Blakemore to reprise her Tony award-winning Broadway performance as Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit. This new production of Noël Coward’s sharp comedy of social mores will also star Janie Dee and Charles Edwards.
Felicity Kendal stars in Bath summer season
Hay Fever in Bath
Noel Coward's perennially popular comedy Hay Fever (20 August-6 September), which will be directed by Lindsay Posner and star Felicity Kendal as former actress Judith, matriarch of the notorious Bliss family.
Booking opens: Postal 4th March, Online 6th March, Telephone & Counter 10th March
Noël Coward’s hilarious comedy of bad manners has been a favourite amongst theatregoers ever since it first dazzled London’s West End in 1925.
One of the UK’s greatest directors of comedy, Lindsay Posner directs Coward for the first time with this production. His recent successes have included Noises Off, Abigail’s Party and Relatively Speaking. Read more... Theatre Royal, Bath...
Noel Coward Exhibition at University of Bristol Theatre Collection
The Master: Noël Coward 1899-1973
This exhibition celebrates the work of Noel Coward as reflected in the holdings of the University of Bristol Theatre Collection. It charts his life and major productions and the people he worked with, notably the designer Gladys Calthrop. The Master records both the West End triumphs and amateur wartime productions; glamorous co-stars and audience recollection; and the achievements of an extraordinary life.
21st March - 15th July 2014
Theatre Collection, 21 Park Row, Bristol BS1 5LT.
English Touring Theatre
Tonight at 8:30 UK Tour
From the pen of the inimitable and ever popular Noël Coward comes this exquisite collection of nine one-act plays performed together, three plays per night, for the first time in the UK since Coward starred in them in 1936.
Performed in trios of three per evening, this is a unique opportunity to see a stellar ensemble cast perform all of these wonderful plays. Come along once, twice or three times. Or make a day of it and see all nine plays performed on a Saturday with meal intervals in between.
Relative Values in the West End
The Theatre Royal Bath production of Relative Values transfers to London's Harold Pinter Theatre, opening 14 April 2014, following previews from 19 Mar - booking to 21 June 2014.
Directed by Trevor Nunn, cast includes Patricia Hodge (Felicity),Caroline Quentin (Moxie), Rory Bremner (Crestwell, the butler), Ben Mansfield (Don Lucas).
It is designed by Stephen Brimson-Lewis, lighting by Tim Mitchell, sound by Fergus O’Hare.
Fallen Angels On UK Tour
Just over a decade ago Bill Kenwright presented the year's most sparkling and celebrated West End comedy hit at the Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue - Noël Coward's Fallen Angels. Extraordinarily, the Champagne-cork-popping hit has not been revived since, until now...
Jenny Seagrove and Sara Crowe star as best friends Julia and Jane, in a heavenly new production of Noël Coward's divine comedy classic.
Multi-award winning comedy actress Sara Crowe's vast array of Film, TV and Theatre credits range from her role as the first bride in Four Weddings and a Funeral, to BBC's Born and Bred, and her multiple Olivier Award successes in West End productions of Noël Coward plays: Olivier Award nominated for Best Comedy Performance in Hay Fever and Olivier Award winner for Best Supporting Actress in Private Lives. Sara was also the face of one of the UK's best loved TV advertisement campaigns for Philadelphia.