Wyndhams Theatre, London
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Upcoming shows at the Wyndhams Theatre:
Stephen Merchant has hailed the chance to do some "Proper Acting" as he embarks on his theatrical and West End debut. He'll perform opposite Steffan Rhodi in Richard Bean's two hander The Mentalists, beginning at Wyndham's Theatre in July.
The Mentalists tickets
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Current shows at the Wyndhams Theatre:
David Mamet's explosive drama examines the fickle nature of honour among thieves. As three small-time crooks plan one big-time heist, a tragedy of errors spins this razor-sharp and darkly funny play into a blistering account of divided loyalties, insatiable greed... and a coveted Buffalo nickel.
Damian Lewis, known internationally for his Emmy® and Golden Globe® Award-winning performance as 'Nicholas Brody' in Homeland, returns to the West End stage to star in this major new revival directed by Daniel Evans.
American Buffalo tickets
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Designed by W.G.R. Sprague, one of the era’s most respected and prolific theatre architects, this was the first West End theatre he designed on his own and one of 7 built in the same year. Look out for the great man’s stunning turquoise, cream and gold colour scheme, so good it remains to this day. Wyndham’s Theatre launched in 1899, with the Prince Of Wales of the time present, with a revival of David Garrick by T.W.Robertson. And any number of stars have played there since, from Vanessa Redgrave to Alec Guinness and Eileen Atkins, John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson. Recent hits include the marvellous The Play what I Wrote, Vincent in Brixton, Up for Grabs – where Madonna made her West End acting debut – and the splendid productions of Ivanov, starring Kenneth Branagh, and Hamlet with the talented Jude Law. There’s room for around 750 people and these days the venue is run by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Ltd. Want Wyndham’s Theatre tickets? Walk this way!