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Haymarket Theatre
Haymarket SW1
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Show Details
Preview 7th May 08
Opens 20th May 08
Closes 1st Nov 08
Show Times
Monday - Saturday 7.30 pm
Matinée Weds & Sat 2.30 pm

Local Info
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17-19 Cockspur Street
020 7839 4000
Mint Leaf (Indian)
Suffolk Place
020 7930 9020
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29 Haymarket
020 7930 1885
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of Transport for London.
Marguerite is inspired from one of the greatest of romantic novels,' La Dame aux Camelias' by Alexandre Dumas.

This Second World War love story takes place in Paris  ,
Marguerite is the beautiful and notorious mistress of a high ranking German officer. Her love affair with Armand who is a young musician half her age, starts when he falls in love with her and his attentions soon become passionate - even obsessive. Their relationship progresses in a background of Occupied Paris. Wrought with danger, the passion seems to override it.... The nostagia in the play shows the added pressure of the fear generated by the Nazi police state.

Ruthie Henshall stars in the title role, Julian Ovenden as Armand and Alexander Hanson as Otto.

Marguerite is a collaboration between Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg (Les Miserables, Miss Saigon and Martin Guerre) and the Oscar award-winning musical legend Michel Legrand and lyricist Herbert Kretzmer (Les Miserables). Les Miserables fans have another collaboration between  Michel legrande and Claude-Michel Schonberg to delight them.
Music -  arrangements - Seann Alderking; Director - Jonathan Kent;  Design - Paul Brown; Sound - Paul Groothuis:  Lighting - Mark Henderson
© 2009 Updated 21st Apr 2009