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Apollo Theatre
Shaftesbury Avenue W1V 7HD
Apollo Theatre 3D location mapMap ©Silvermaze Ltd 2008 Apollo Theatre photo Photo ©Tony Reading 2008
Show Details
Preview 28th Jan 10
Opens 10th Feb 10
Closes 24th Apr 10
Show Times
Monday - Saturday 7.30 pm
Matinée Thurs & Sat 2.00 pm

Local Info
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64 Shaftesbury Avenue
020 7437 5088

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Suffolk Place
020 7930 9020

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29 Haymarket
020 7930 1885
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A note from the author

We put this AVMovie together (a compilation of still photos and video clips) to show off London theatres as they are seen most often by theatre goers – by night.

Thanks to Ben Shafik for his lighthearted and  informative commentary and Fionn O'Lochlainn for the original music.

Watch out for the new version with current liveries and the names of the theatres as they appear.


Transferred into the West End this week from the Royal Court
Awards and nominations galore this play has bags of energy from great performances all round - specially the lead character johnny Byron.

"Mark Rylance just is. It’s one of those delicious roles that is written once in a blue moon – full of spirit, wit, heart, balls – and brought to life by one of the most inherent actors of our generation. Rylance gives a master class in getting it spot on, in every moment, with every choice".

Quote from the Drama Student -

This is an outstanding comedy - a scheduled to close soon 24th April and is a 'don't miss' for certain and certainly a great night out.


A very brit renegade with his retinue have been squatting in a woodland site in a caravan and causing all sorts of trouble. As the law creeps up on them they are finally confronted by health and safety officials who ban his attraction at the local fair.

Jerusalem Picture 2

It's a larf all the way through and also shows social changes - the gradual weeding out of character - if only they behaved better they could apply for licences and permissions and fill out all the forms - but it's refreshing to see character if only on stage.

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Mark Rylance - Johnny Byron
Mackenzie Crook - Ginger
Jessica Barden - Pea
Tom Brooke - Lee
Alan David - The Professor
Aimee-Ffion Edwards - Phaedra
Lenny Harvey - Marky
Gerard Horan - Wesley
Danny Kirrane - Davey
Charlotte Mills - Tanya
Sarah Moyle - Ms Fawcett
Barry Sloane - Troy Whitworth
Harvey Robinson - Mr Parsons

Director - Ian Rickson • Design - Ultz • Play - Jez Butterwort • Sound - Ian Dickinson
Producers - Royal Court / Sonia Friedman Productions
© 2010 Updated 20th Mar 2010