Birmingham Rep releases The Play What I Wrote with Tom Hiddleston for streaming
The hit show heads for the screen!
Birmingham Rep will stream is acclaimed revival of The Play What I Wrote, guest starring Tom Hiddleston, for three weeks from 15 March to 4 April.
The Play What I Wrote is a tribute to British comedy act Morecambe and Wise and follows two performing partners as they attempt to put up a play titled A Tight Squeeze for the Scarlet Pimple. But in order to get people to see it, they need to persuade a celebrity guest to join them.
Hiddleston is that celebrity guest, and he costars alongside regular leads Thom Tuck, Dennis Herdman, and Mitesh Soni. The Play What I Wrote is written by Hamish McColl, Sean Foley, and Eddie Braben. Foley directs.
The Play What I Wrote ran on Broadway in 2003, with McColl and Foley in a production directed by Kenneth Branagh.It will also be broadcast later this spring via the BBC.
Tickets for the on-demand stream start at £10 and are available internationally.