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    SFP NEWS The latest updates, announcements and news from Sonia Friedman Productions. 24 May 2024 First look rehearsal images released for MEAN GIRLS as TodayTix rush tickets announced Lorne Michaels, Sonia Friedman Productions, and David Ian for Crossroads Live - producers of MEAN GIRLS in the West End – are delighted to release the first look rehearsal images for MEAN GIRLS at the Savoy Theatre READ MORE 22 May 2024 First look trailer released for critically acclaimed, Olivier Award-winning smash-hit STRANGER THINGS: THE FIRST SHADOW as the show extends into 2025 due to unprecedented demand Netflix and Sonia Friedman Productions today release the first look trailer for the critically acclaimed world première production of Stranger Things: The First Shadow. With some of the groundbreaking theatrical special effects teased on film for the first time, the show announces an extension into 2025 at the Phoenix Theatre. READ MORE 14 May 2024 Sonia Friedman Productions announces new production of Seán O'Casey's JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK starring J. Smith-Cameron and Mark Rylance, directed by Matthew Warchus The strictly limited run at the Gielgud Theatre opens on Thursday 3 October, with previews from Saturday 21 September, and will run until Saturday 23 November 2024. READ MORE 30 Apr 2024 SFP productions and co-productions nominated for 21 Tony Awards Congratulations to all Tony Award nominees in all categories. We are hugely proud of every person we have worked with onstage and off across all our Broadway productions and co-productions over the past year. READ MORE 25 Apr 2024 BUST and MILLIONS announced as part of Atlanta's Alliance Theatre's 56th Season The new season will feature award-winning plays, world premieres, and works developed for youth and families. READ MORE 22 Apr 2024 "STEREOPHONIC" extends by popular demand Stereophonic, will extend due to popular demand. Originally scheduled to run for only 14 weeks, the production will now play its final performance on August 18, 2024. READ MORE 20 Apr 2024 Peter Morgan Turns His Pen From ‘The Crown’ to the Kremlin His new play “Patriots,” now on Broadway, follows Putin’s rise to power and the Russian oligarchs who mistakenly thought he’d be their puppet. READ MORE 20 Apr 2024 Stereophonic opens to rave reviews Stereophonic is directed by Daniel Aukin and features original songs by Academy Award nominee and Grammy Award winner Will Butler, formerly of Arcade Fire. READ MORE 19 Apr 2024 STEREOPHONIC to release cast recording The digital album arrives May 10, 2024, with the physical CO release set for June 14. The Album is available for preorder now. READ MORE 27 Mar 2024 Cast confirmed for MEAN GIRLS at the Savoy Theatre as booking extends into 2025. Grool. The producers of MEAN GIRLS in the West End are delighted to announce the full cast and creative team for MEAN GIRLS at the Savoy Theatre, as booking extends to 16 February 2025 with over 140,000 tickets released. READ MORE LOAD MORE

  • First look rehearsal images released for MEAN GIRLS as TodayTix rush tickets announced

    Back to News & Press First look rehearsal images released for MEAN GIRLS as TodayTix rush tickets announced Friday, 24 May 2024 Lorne Michaels, Sonia Friedman Productions , and David Ian for Crossroads Live - producers of MEAN GIRLS in the West End – are delighted to release the first look rehearsal images for MEAN GIRLS at the Savoy Theatre, which is currently booking to 16 February 2025. The smash hit musical comedy based on the Paramount Pictures film of the same name released 20 years ago this April, debuts at the West End’s Savoy Theatre on 5 June 2024, with a Gala Night on 26 June 2024. Click here to view. MEAN GIRLS today announces £25 rush rate tickets for every performance from 6 June onwards, in clear view locations. The rush rate will be available through the TodayTix app. The cast comprises Charlie Burn (Cady Heron), Georgina Castle (Regina George), Elèna Gyasi (Gretchen Wieners), Grace Mouat (Karen Smith), Elena Skye (Janis Sarkisian), Tom Xander (Damian Hubbard), Daniel Bravo (Aaron Samuels), Lucca Chadwick-Patel (Kevin Ganatra), Ako Mitchell (Mr Duvall), and Zoë Rainey (Ms Heron, Ms Norbury and Mrs George). They are joined by Tia Antoine-Charles, Georgia Arron, Liam Buckland, Shonah Buwu, Baylie Carson, Freddie Clements, Siobhan Diffin, Clíona Flynn, Fergie Fraser, Angus Good, Jenny Huxley-Golden, Holly Liburd, Corey Mitchell, Mervin Noronha, Aharon Rayner, Trézel Sergeant, Josh Singleton, Annie Southall, Lillia Squires, Tommy Wade-Smith and Holly Willock. The creative team for MEAN GIRLS in the West End comprises Tina Fey – Book, Jeff Richmond – Music, Nell Benjamin – Lyrics, Casey Nicholaw – Direction and Choreography, Scott Pask - Scenic Design, Katrina Lindsay - Costume Design, Kenneth Posner - Lighting Design, Brian Ronan - Sound Design, Finn Ross and Adam Young - Video Design, Josh Marquette - Hair Design, Mary-Mitchell Campbell - Musical Supervision, Vocal, Dance and Incidental Music Arrangements, and Natalie Gallacher CDG for Pippa Ailion and Natalie Gallacher Casting - Casting. Up Up

  • Paid Internship: Production Intern

    < All jobs Paid Internship: Production Intern Application Deadline: 28 May 2024 Apply Now London, UK About the Role Masterclass, on behalf of Sonia Friedman Productions are seeking applications for a Production Intern, to work across multiple productions during their busiest periods. This is an exciting development opportunity for someone who wishes to gain practical experience and knowledge of working in production on commercial shows, as well as learning more about commercial production and the industry. This internship is intended to facilitate access to the commercial theatre industry for those candidates who have not previously had opportunities for involvement. The Production Internship will run from August 2024 to January 2025. The Production Intern will shadow and work closely with the Production teams across rehearsals, technical rehearsals and understudy rehearsals, to manage the day to day running of productions across Sonia Friedman Productions. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: - Assisting with Opening Night Parties and Gifts - Being present at rehearsals, to assist as required - General administrative assistance (minuting meetings, keeping databases accurate, auditing filing systems, checking invoices and statements, booking meetings spaces and rehearsal rooms, research tasks, running errands, booking travel and accommodation, booking theatre house seat tickets and drafting contracts.) Candidates should: - Be able to demonstrate a strong interest in pursuing a career in Theatre Production - Be I.T. literate, with good written and verbal communication skills - Be self-motivated, with the ability to handle a range of projects -Work well under pressure and within a team - Not have had professional experience working in a production or technical role on a large-scale commercial production. (**Our internships vary from entry-level placements to later career development opportunities. This role is an entry-level placement, specifically for a person who aspires to work in commercial theatre production, but has not yet had an opportunity to gain hands-on experience.*) Candidates who applied for the Production Internship with Sonia Friedman Productions earlier this year are very welcome to reapply, particularly if they have acquired new skills / experience / insights since then. The nature of this opportunity, and the funding to support it, means that we have a strong preference for candidates under the age of 25, and who are residents in the London boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Camden, City of London, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster. We will, however, consider all candidates. To check your borough, click here. Sonia Friedman Productions and Masterclass are committed to building a theatre workforce that embraces equality, diversity and inclusion. As such, our recruitment focuses on providing opportunities to those currently underrepresented in our workforce, and across the entertainment industry. We particularly welcome and encourage applications from candidates from the global majority, who come from a working class background, who have access requirements, or who have faced specific obstacles to progression. (Some activities required for this role are in venues without step-free access, but reasonable adjustments will be made to ensure that the successful candidate can operate effectively.) Candidates must: - Be aged 18+ - Be available for the full duration of the placement - Have the right to work in the UK for duration of the placement.

  • Jobs

    JOB OPPORTUNITIES We are committed to a workplace that embraces diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from individuals from the widest possible range of backgrounds and particularly welcome applications from those currently underrepresented in our workforce. Assistant Director - Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Application Deadline: 20 May 2024 View Job Paid Internship: Production Intern Application Deadline: 28 May 2024 View Job Deputy Head of Automation (Maternity Cover) Application Deadline: 3 June 2024 View Job

  • First look trailer released for critically acclaimed, Olivier Award-winning smash-hit STRANGER THINGS: THE FIRST SHADOW as the show extends into 2025 due to unprecedented demand

    Back to News & Press First look trailer released for critically acclaimed, Olivier Award-winning smash-hit STRANGER THINGS: THE FIRST SHADOW as the show extends into 2025 due to unprecedented demand Wednesday, 22 May 2024 Netflix and Sonia Friedman Productions today release the first look trailer for the critically acclaimed world première production of Stranger Things: The First Shadow . With some of the groundbreaking theatrical special effects teased on film for the first time, the show announces an extension into 2025 at the Phoenix Theatre. CLICK HERE TO VIEW Written by Kate Trefry and with direction by Stephen Daldry and co-director Justin Martin , the production opened to rave reviews at the Phoenix Theatre on 14 December 2023. The show, currently breaking box office records at Phoenix Theatre where it is now booking until 16 February, has recently won several awards including the Olivier Awards for Best Entertainment and Best Set Design, the Critics’ Circle Awards for Best Set Design and Most Promising Newcomer, and the WhatsOnStage Award for Best New Play. The cast is Shane Attwooll (Chief Hopper ), Kemi Awoderu (Sue Anderson ), Chase Brown (Lonnie Byers ), Christopher Buckley (Bob Newby ), Ammar Duffus (Charles Sinclair ), Gilles Geary (Ted Wheeler), Florence Guy (Karen Childress), Max Harwood (Alan Munson), Michael Jibson (Victor Creel ), Oscar Lloyd (James Hopper Jr. ), Louis McCartney (Henry Creel ), Isabella Pappas (Joyce Maldonado ), Matthew Pidgeon (Principal Newby ), Calum Ross (Walter Henderson ), Maisie Norma Seaton (Claudia Yount ), Patrick Vaill (Dr Brenner ), Alex Young (Virginia Creel ), Ella Karuna Williams (Patty Newby ), and Anika Boyle , Lily Crawford , Faith Delaney and Imogen Turner (alternating the role of Alice Creel ); with Tricia Adele-Turner , Lauren Arney , Samuel Baxter , Reya-Nyomi Brown , Patricia Castro , Lydia Fraser , Isaac Gryn , Mark Hammersley , Benjamin Lafayette, Tom Peters , Kingdom Sibanda , Tiana Simone , Danny Sykes and Meesha Turner . ABOUT STRANGER THINGS: THE FIRST SHADOW Hawkins, 1959: a regular town with regular worries. Young Jim Hopper’s car won’t start, Bob Newby’s sister won’t take his radio show seriously and Joyce Maldonado just wants to graduate and get the hell out of town. When new student Henry Creel arrives, his family finds that a fresh start isn’t so easy… and the shadows of the past have a very long reach. Brought to life by a multi-award-winning creative team, who take theatrical storytelling and stagecraft to a whole new dimension, this gripping new adventure will take you right back to the beginning of the Stranger Things story – and may hold the key to the end. STRANGER THINGS: THE FIRST SHADOW is written by Kate Trefry , directed by Stephen Daldry, with co-director Justin Martin , set design by Miriam Buether , costume design by Brigitte Reiffenstuel , lighting design by Jon Clark , sound design by Paul Arditti , original music composition, orchestration, arrangements and supervision by D.J. Walde, illusions design & visual effects by Jamie Harrison & Chris Fisher , video design & visual effects by 59 Productions , choreography by Coral Messam , movement direction by Lynne Page , wigs, hair and make-up design by Campbell Young Associates , technical director is Gary Beestone for Gary Beestone Associates, props supervision by Mary Halliday , dialect by William Conacher , fight direction by Kev McCurdy , casting by Jessica Ronane Casting CDG with additional casting by Charlotte Sutton CDG , and international casting consultancy by Jim Carnahan . Up Up

  • OUR AWARDS | Sonia Friedman

    OUR AWARDS 285 MAJOR AWARDS WON 63 OLIVIER AWARDS 39 TONY AWARDS 3 BAFTAs We are proud to have won numerous awards for shows we have led, developed, initiated and produced. Olivier Awards Stranger Things: The First Shadow, Best New Entertainment/Comedy Play, 2024 Stranger Things: The First Shadow, Miriam Buether (Set Design) & 59 Productions (Video Design), Best Set Design, 2024 Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, Best Musical Revival, 2023 Rodgers & Hammertein's Oklahoma!, Arthur Darvill, Best Actor in a Musical, 2023 Patriots, Will Keen, Best Supporting Actor, 2023 Leopoldstadt, Best New Play, 2020 Leopoldstadt, Adrian Scarborough, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, 2020 Fiddler on the Roof, Best Musical Revival, 2020 All About Eve, Monica Dolan, Best Actress in a Supporting Role, 2019 The Inheritance, Best New Play, 2019 The Inheritance, Stephen Daldry, Best Director, 2019 The Inheritance, Kyle Soller, Best Actor, 2019 The Inheritance, Best Lighting Design, 2019 Summer and Smoke, Best Revival, 2019 Summer and Smoke, Patsy Ferran, Best Actress, 2019 The Ferryman, Best New Play, 2018 The Ferryman, Sam Mendes, Best Director, 2018 The Ferryman, Laura Donnelly, Best Actress, 2018 Ink, Bertie Carvel, Best Supporting Actor, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Best New Play, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, John Tiffany, Best Director, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Jamie Parker, Best Actor, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Noma Dumezweni, Best Actress in a Supporting Role, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Anthony Boyle, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Neil Austin, Best Lighting Design, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Gareth Fry, Best Sound Design, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Katrina Lindsay, Best Costume Design, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Christine Jones, Best Set Design, 2017 Dreamgirls, Amber Riley, Best Actress in a Musical, 2017 Dreamgirls, Adam J Bernard, Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical, 2017 Oresteia, Robert Icke, Best Director, 2016 Sunny Afternoon, Best New Musical, 2015 Sunny Afternoon, John Dagleish, Best Actor in a Musical, 2015 Sunny Afternoon, George Maguire, Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, 2015 Sunny Afternoon, Ray Davis, Outstanding Achievement in Music, 2015 The Nether, Es Devlin, Best Set Design, 2015 King Charles III, Best New Play, 2015 The Book of Mormon, Best New Musical, 2014 The Book of Mormon, Gavin Creel, Best Actor in a Musical, 2014 The Book of Mormon, Stephen Ashfield, Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical, 2014 The Book of Mormon, Casey Nicholaw, Best Theatre Choreography, 2014 Chimerica, Best New Play, 2014 Chimerica, Lyndsey Turner, Best Director, 2014 Chimerica, Es Devlin, Best Set Design, 2014 Chimerica, Tim Lutkin and Finn Ross, Best Lighting Design, 2014 Chimerica, Carolyn Downing, Best Sound Design, 2014 Ghosts, Best Revival, 2014 Ghosts, Lesley Manville, Best Actress, 2014 Ghosts, Jack Lowden, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, 2014 Merrily We Roll Along, Best Musical Revival, 2014 Merrily We Roll Along, Gareth Owen, Best Sound Design, 2014 Legally Blonde, Best New Musical, 2011 Legally Blonde, Sheridan Smith, Best Actress in a Musical, 2011 Legally Blonde, Jill Halfpenny, Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical, 2011 The Mountaintop, Best New Play, 2010 Jerusalem, Mark Rylance, Best Actor in a Play, 2010 Jerusalem, Ultz, Best Set Design, 2010 La Cage Aux Folles, Best Musical Revival, 2009 La Cage Aux Folles, Douglas Hodge, Best Actor in a Musical, 2009 Rock 'n' Roll, Rufus Sewell, Best Actor in a Play, 2007 Woman in White, Mick Potter, Best Sound Design, 2005 Hitchcock Blonde, William Dudley, Best Set Design, 2004 Ragtime, Maria Friedman, Best Actress in a Musical, 2004 Tony Awards Leopoldstadt, Best Play, 2023 Leopoldstadt, Patrick Marber, Best Director of a Play, 2023 Leopoldstadt, Brandon Uranowitz, Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play, 2023 Leopoldstadt, Brigitte Reiffenstuel, Best Costume Design of a Play, 2023 New York, New York, Beowulf Boritt, Best Scenic Design of a Musical, 2023 The Inheritance, Best Play, 2020 The Inheritance, Stephen Daldry, Best Direction of a Play, 2020 The Inheritance, Andrew Burnap, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play, 2020 The Inheritance, Lois Smith, Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play, 2020 The Ferryman, Best Play, 2019 The Ferryman, Sam Mendes, Best Direction of a Play, 2019 The Ferryman, Rob Howell, Best Scenic Design of a Play, 2019 The Ferryman, Rob Howell, Best Costume Design of a Play, 2019 Ink, Bertie Carvel, Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play, 2019 Ink, Best Lighting Design of a Play, Neil Austin, 2019 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Best Play, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, John Tiffany, Best Director, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Katrina Lindsay, Best Costume Design, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Neil Austin, Best Lighting Design, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Christine Jones, Best Scenic Design, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Gareth Fry, Best Sound Design, 2018 A View from the Bridge, Best Revival of a Play, 2016 Humans, Best Play, 2016 A Raisin in the Sun, Best Revival of a Play, 2014 Nice Work If You Can Get It, Judy Kaye, Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical, 2012 Nice Work If You Can Get It, Michael McGrath, Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical, 2012 Death of a Salesman, Best Revival of a Play, 2012 Death of a Salesman, Mike Nichols, Best Direction of a Play, 2012 The Book Of Mormon, Best Musical, 2011 The Book Of Mormon, Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone, Best Book of a Musical, 2011 The Book Of Mormon, Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone, Best Original Score, 2011 The Book Of Mormon, Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker, Best Direction of a Musical, 2011 The Book Of Mormon, Larry Hochman & Stephen Oremus, Best Orchestrations, 2011 The Book Of Mormon, Scott Pask, Best Scenic Design of a Musical, 2011 The Book Of Mormon, Brian MacDevitt, Best Lighting Design of a Musical, 2011 The Book Of Mormon, Brian Ronan, Best Sound Design of a Musical, 2011 The Book Of Mormon, Nikki M. James, Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical, 2011 Jerusalem, Mark Rylance, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play, 2011 La Cage Aux Folles, Best Revival of a Musical, 2010 La Cage Aux Folles, Douglas Hodge, Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical, 2010 La Cage Aux Folles, Terry Johnson, Best Direction of a Musical, 2010 A Little Night Music, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, 2010 A View From the Bridge, Scarlett Johansson, Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play, 2010 The Norman Conquests, Best Revival of a Play, 2009 Boeing-Boeing, Best Revival of a Play, 2008 Boeing-Boeing, Mark Rylance, Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play, 2008 Faith Healer, Ian McDiarmid, Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play, 2006 Noises Off, Katie Finneran, Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play, 2002 BAFTAs Best Single Drama, Together, 2022 Drama Series, Wolf Hall, 2016 Leading Actor, Mark Rylance, Wolf Hall, 2016 The Stage Awards Producer of the Year, Sonia Friedman, 2019 Producer of the Year, Sonia Friedman, 2017 Producer of the Year, Sonia Friedman, 2016 Producer of the Year, Sonia Friedman, 2015 Evening Standard Awards Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, Best Musical, 2022 Rodgers & Hammerstien's Oklahoma!, Patrick Vaill, Best Musical Performance, 2022 The Inheritance, Best Play, 2018 The Jungle, Miriam Buether, Best Design, 2018 The Ferryman, Best Play, 2017 The Ferryman, Sam Mendes, Best Director, 2017 The Ferryman, Tom Glynn-Carney, Emerging Talent, 2017 Dreamgirls, Amber Riley, Best Musical Performance, 2017 Ink, Best Design, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Best Play, 2016 Oresteia, Robert Icke, Best Director, 2015 All My Sons, Howard Davies, Best Director, 2010 Jerusalem, Best Play, 2009 Jerusalem, Mark Rylance, Best Actor, 2009 Othello, Lenny Henry, Outstanding Newcomer, 2009 That Face, Polly Stenham, Most Promising Playwright, 2007 Home Place, Brian Friel, Best Play, 2005 Drama Desk Awards The Piano Lesson, Outstanding Revival of a Play, 2023 Leopoldstadt, Outstanding Play, 2023 Leopoldstadt, Brandon Uranowitz, Outstanding Featured Performance in a Play, 2023 New York, New York, Beowulf Boritt, Outstanding Scenic Design of a Musical, 2023 The Inheritance, Outstanding Play, 2020 The Inheritance, Stephen Daldry, Outstanding Director of a Play, 2020 The Inheritance, Paul Hilton, Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play, 2020 The Inheritance, Lois Smith, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play, 2020 The Inheritance, Paul Arditti and Christopher Reid, Oustanding Sound Design in a Play, 2020 The Ferryman, Outstanding Play, 2019 The Ferryman, Sam Mendes, Outstanding Director of a Play, 2019 The Ferryman, Tom Glynn-Carney, Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play, 2019 The Ferryman, Nick Powell, Outstanding Sound Design in a Play, 2019 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Outstanding New Broadway Play, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, John Tiffany, Outstanding Director of a Play, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Christine Jones, Outstanding Set Design, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Neil Austin, Outstanding Light Design, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Finn Ross and Ash Woodward, Outstanding Projection Design, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Gareth Fry, Outstanding Sound Design, 2018 Nice Work If You Can Get It, Joe DiPietro, Outstanding Book of a Musical, 2012 Nice Work If You Can Get It, Judy Kaye, Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical, 2012 Nice Work If You Can Get It, Michael McGrath, Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical, 2012 Death of a Salesman, Outstanding Revival of a Play, 2012 Death of a Salesman, Mike Nichols, Outstanding Director of a Play, 2012 The Book of Mormon, Outstanding Musical, 2011 The Book of Mormon, Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker, Outstanding Director of a Musical, 2011 The Book of Mormon, Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone, Outstanding Music, 2011 The Book of Mormon, Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone, Outstanding Lyrics, 2011 La Cage aux Folles, Outstanding Revival of a Musical, 2010 La Cage aux Folles, Douglas Hodge, Outstanding Actor in a Musical, 2010 La Cage aux Folles, Matthew Wright, Outstanding Costume Design, 2010 A Little Night Music, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Outstanding Actress in a Musical, 2010 A View From the Bridge, Outstanding Revival of a Play, 2010 A View From the Bridge, Liev Schreiber, Outstanding Actor in a Play, 2010 The Norman Conquests, Outstanding Revival of a Play, 2009 The Norman Conquests, Matthew Warchus, Outstanding Director, 2009 The Norman Conquests, Outstanding Ensemble Performance, 2009 Boeing-Boeing, Outstanding Revival of a Play, 2008 Boeing-Boeing, Mark Rylance, Outstanding Actor in a Play, 2008 A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Eddie Izzard, Outstanding Actor in a Play, 2003 Critic's Circle Awards Patriots, Best New Play, 2023 Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, Best Musical, 2023 The Inheritance, Best New Play, 2018 The Inheritance, Best Director, 2018 The Inheritance, Best Actor, Kyle Soller 2018 Summer and Smoke, Best Actress, Patsy Ferran, 2018 The Ferryman, Best New Play, 2017 Hamlet, Best Shakespearean Performance, Andrew Scott, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two, Best Director, John Tiffany, 2016 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two, Best Designer, Christine Jones, 2016 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two, Most Promising Newcomer, Anthony Boyle, 2016 Bend It Like Beckham, Best Musical, 2015 King Charles III, Best New Play, 2014 Chimerica, Best New Play, 2013 Merrily We Roll Along, Best Musical, 2012 All My Sons, Best Actor, David Suchet, 2011 Clybourne Park, Best New Play, 2011 Jerusalem, Best New Play, 2010 Jerusalem, Mark Rylance, Best Actor, 2010 La Cage Aux Folles, Best Musical, 2009 WhatsOnStage Awards Stranger Things: The First Shadow, Best New Play, 2024 Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, Best Musical Revival, 2023 Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, Joshua Thorson, Best Video Design, 2023 To Kill A Mockingbird, Gwyneth Keyworth, Best Supporting Performer in a Play, 2023 The Inheritance, Best New Play, 2019 The Inheritance, Vanessa Redgrave, Best Supporting Actress in a Play, 2019 Sonia Friedman, Equity Services to Theatre Award, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Best West End Show, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Best Show Poster, 2018 The Ferryman, Best New Play, 2018 The Ferryman, Sam Mendes, Best Direction, 2018 The Ferryman, Fra Fee, Best Supporting Actor in a Play, 2018 Hamlet, Best Play Revival, 2018 Hamlet, Juliet Stevenson, Best Supporting Actress in a Play, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Best New Play, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Jamie Parker, Best Actor in a Play, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Anthony Boyle, Best Supporting Actor in a Play, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Noma Dumezweni, Best Supporting Actress in a Play, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, John Tiffany, Best Direction, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Christine Jones, Best Set Design, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Neil Austin, Best Lighting Design, 2017 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Finn Ross and Ash Woodward, Best Video Design, 2017 Dreamgirls, Amber Riley, Best Actress in a Musical, 2017 Funny Girl, Best Musical Revival, 2017 Hamlet, Best Play Revival, 2016 Hamlet, Benedict Cumberbatch, Best Actor in a Play, 2016 Hamlet, Es Devlin, Best Set Design, 2016 Hamlet, Jane Cox, Best Lighting Design, 2016 Shakespeare in Love, Best New Play, 2015 The Book of Mormon, Best New Musical, 2014 Twelfth Night, Stephen Fry, Best Supporting Actor in a Play, 2013 Richard III & Twelfth Night, The IMAIL Best Ensemble Performance, 2013 Twelfth Night, Best Shakespearean Production, 2013 Much Ado About Nothing, David Tennant and Catherine Tate reuniting on stage, Theatre Event of the Year, 2012 Much Ado About Nothing, Best Shakespearean Production, 2012 All My Sons, Zoe Wanamaker, Best Actress in a Play, 2011 All My Sons, David Suchet, Best Actor in a Play, 2011 Legally Blonde, Sheridan Smith, Best Actress in a Musical, 2011 Legally Blonde, Jill Halfpenny, Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, 2011 Shirley Valentine, Meera Syal, Best Solo Performance, 2011 Legally Blonde, by Nell Benjamin, Lawrence O’Keefe & Heather Hach, Best New Musical, 2011 Legally Blonde, Jerry Mitchell, Best Choreographer, 2011 La Cage Aux Folles, John Barrowman, Best Takeover Role, 2010 Jerusalem, by Jez Butterworth, Best New Play, 2010 La Cage Aux Folles, Tracie Bennett, Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, 2009 Under The Blue Sky, by David Eldridge, Best New Play, 2009 La Cage Aux Folles, Lynne Page, Best Choreographer, 2009 The Dumb Waiter, Lee Evans, Best Supporting Actor, 2008 Rock ‘n’ Roll, by Tom Stoppard, Best New Play, 2007 Rock ‘n’ Roll, Trevor Nunn, Best Director, 2007 Otherwise Engaged, Anthony Head, Best Supporting Actor, 2006 The Woman in White, Michael Ball, Best Takeover Role, 2006 The Woman in White, Maria Friedman, Best Actress in a Musical, 2005 The Woman in White, Angela Christian, Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, 2005 The Woman in White, Michael Crawford, Best Actor in a Musical, 2005 The Woman in White, Trevor Nunn, Best Director, 2005 The Woman in White, William Dudley, Best Set Designer, 2005 What the Night Is For, Gillian Anderson, Best Actress in a Play, 2003 Up For Grabs, Sian Thomas, Best Supporting Actress in a Play, 2003 Up For Grabs, Madonna’s West End debut, Theatre Event of the Year, 2003 A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Victoria Hamilton, Best Actress in a Play, 2002 A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Best Play Revival, 2002 South Bank Sky Arts Awards Uncle Vanya, 2021 The Inheritance, 2019 The Jungle, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, 2017 King Charles III, 2015 Outer Critics Circle Awards Stereophonic, Best Play, David Adjmi, 2024 Stereophonic, Outstanding New Broadway Play, David Adjmi, 2024 Stereophonic, Outstanding Direction of a Play, Daniel Aukin, 2024 Stereophonic, Outstanding Sound Design, Ryan Rumery, 2024 Stereophonic, Outstanding Scenic Design, David Zinn, 2024 Leopoldstadt, Outstanding New Broadway Play, 2023 Leopoldstadt, Brandon Uranowitz, Outstanding Featured Performer in a Broadway Play, 2023 Leopoldstadt, Patrick Marber, Outstanding Director of a Play, 2023 New York, New York, Beowulf Boritt, Outstanding Scenic Design, 2023 New York, New York, Susan Stroman, Outstanding Choreography, 2023 Merrily We Roll Along, Jonathan Groff, Outstanding Lead Performer in an Off-Broadway Musical, 2023 Merrily We Roll Along, Lindsay Mendez, Outstanding Featured Performer in an Off-Broadway Musical, 2023 The Inheritance, Outstanding New Broadway Play, 2020 (Honours) The Inheritance, Stephen Daldry, Outstanding Director of a Play, 2020 (Honours) The Inheritance, John Benjamin Hickey, Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play, 2020 (Honours) The Inheritance, Paul Hilton, Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play, 2020 (Honours) The Inheritance, Samuel H. Levine, Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play, 2020 (Honours) The Inheritance, Lois Smith, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play, 2020 (Honours) The Ferryman, Outstanding New Broadway Play, 2019 The Ferryman, Sam Mendes, Outstanding Director of a Play, 2019 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Outstanding New Broadway Play, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, John Tiffany, Outstanding Director of a Play, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Christine Jones, Outstanding Set Design, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Neil Austin, Outstanding Lighting Design, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Finn Ross & Ash Woodward, Outstanding Projection Design, 2018 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Gareth Fry, Outstanding Sound Design, 2018 Mean Girls, Tina Fey, Outstanding Book of a Musical, 2018 Drama League Awards Leopoldstadt, Outstanding Production of a Play, 2023 The Inheritance, Outstanding Production of a Play, 2020 The Ferryman, Outstanding Production of a Broadway or Off-Broadway Play, 2019 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Outstanding Production of a Broadway or Off-Broadway Play, 2018 New York Drama Critic's Circle Awards The Ferryman, Best Play, 2019 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards Merrily We Roll Along, Favorite Musical Revival, 2024 Merrily We Roll Along, Favorite Performance of the Year (Musical): Jonathan Groff, 2024 Merrily We Roll Along, Favorite Featured Actor in a Musical, Daniel Radcliffe, 2024 Merrily We Roll Along, Favorite Featured Actress in a Musical, Lindsay Mendez, 2024 Merrily We Roll Along, Favorite Onstage Pair: Jonathan Groff and Daniel Radcliffe The Shark is Broken, Favorite Featured Actor in a Play: Alex Brightman, 2024 School Travel Awards Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Best Theatre Production for Schools, 2023

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  • JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK

    Back to Productions JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK This production will begin performances on 21 September and close on 23 November 2024. ​ ​ Tony award-nominee J. Smith-Cameron (Succession) stars as Juno Boyle opposite Mark Rylance in a highly anticipated new production of JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK , Seán O’Casey 's timeless masterpiece, directed by Tony and Olivier award-winner Matthew Warchus (Matilda The Musical, Pride) . Sign up for priority access here. ​ ​ Dublin, 1922, the Irish Civil War is tearing the nation apart. In the cauldron of the family’s tiny tenement flat, Juno Boyle, a beleaguered matriarch whose sharp wit is a survival tool, struggles to make ends meet and keep the family together. Her husband, ‘Captain’ Jack Boyle, fancies himself a ship's commander but sails no further than the pub. When providence comes knocking with news of a great inheritance, could the family’s troubles finally fade away? Poetic, poignant, and hilarious, JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK is a big-hearted, black-humoured, tragi-comic triumph that reflects on a mother’s resilience in the midst of life’s most trying moments. ‘WHAT CAN GOD DO AGAINST THE STUPIDITY OF MEN?’ ​ ​ CAST J. SMITH-CAMERON – Juno Boyle MARK RYLANCE – ‘Captain’ Jack Boyle Further casting to be announced. CREATIVES SEÁN O'CASEY – Writer MATTHEW WARCHUS – Director ROB HOWELL – Set and Costume Designer HUGH VANSTONE – Lighting Designer CLAIRE VAN KAMPEN – Composer SERENA HILL CDG – Casting Director

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