1st Night Photos: Minister Returns to West End Prime
Date: 8 July 2011
Yes, Prime Minister, the Chichester Festival Theatre stage adaptation of Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn's 1980's comedy, has returned to the West End following a limited season at the Gielgud Theatre which ended on 15 January this year.
The production, which won the prize for Best New Comedy at this year's now comes to the Apollo Theatre following a national tour with Simon Williams starring as civil servant Sir Humphrey alongside Richard McCabe as hapless Prime Minister Jack Hacker.
Lynn also directs the cast, which includes Chris Larkin, Charlotte Lucas, Kevork Malikyan, Jonathan Coote and Michael Fenton Stevens. The play continues its limited 10 week run through to 17 September 2011.
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PHOTOS BY DAN WOOLLER FOR WHATSONSTAGE.COM.
- by Andrew Girvan
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