Theatre Quiz of the Week: Castings galore

Take our weekly quiz to find out how up to date you are on the news from theatreland

Think you are up to date with all the latest castings, gossip and news from theatreland? Find out by taking our most recent Theatre Quiz of the Week here.

Results from this Quiz

Arcadia will be embark on a UK tour next year, starting at the Theatre Royal in Brighton. Who wrote it?

1. Tom Stoppard (71%)
2. David Mamet (11%)
3. Caryl Churchill (5%)
4. Harold Pinter (13%)

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Who will star in the title role of Uncle Vanya at the St James Theatre in October?

1. Paul McGann (19%)
2. John Hannah (57%)
3. Robson Green (9%)
4. Tim Piggot-Smith (15%)

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Which former Inbetweeners actor has been cast in Abigail's Party at Leicester Curve?

1. James Buckley (27%)
2. Blake Harrison (20%)
3. Robin Weaver (13%)
4. Emily Head (40%)

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What kind of venue will play host to a site-specific adaptation of Sweeney Todd?

1. A barbershop (24%)
2. A dockyard (9%)
3. A pie and mash shop (65%)
4. The London Eye (1%)

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Ben Forster has been cast as Agustin Magaldi in Evita, which Andrew Lloyd Webber reality show did he win?

1. How do you solve a problem like Maria? (0%)
2. Any Dream Will Do (11%)
3. I'd Do Anything (3%)
4. Superstar (85%)

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Which former Coronation Street star has just completed the cast of City of Angels at the Donmar Warehouse?

1. Richard Fleeshman (17%)
2. Nigel Havers (7%)
3. Denise Welch (10%)
4. Katherine Kelly (66%)

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The hit broadway musical Beautiful is coming to the West End next year, which legendary artist is the show about?

1. Carole King (86%)
2. Madonna (4%)
3. Ella Fitzgerald (8%)
4. Tina Turner (2%)

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Which Friends star returns to the London stage after a five year hiatus when she appears at the Orange Tree next month?

1. Jennifer Anniston (6%)
2. Lisa Kudrow (16%)
3. Helen Baxendale (69%)
4. Courteney Cox (7%)

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What pair have joined the cast of <em>Dirty Rotten Scoundrels</em>?

1. Sheridan Smith and James Corden (8%)
2. Bonnie Langford and Gary Wilmot (78%)
3. Samantha Barks and Robert Londsdale (12%)
4. Rowan Atkinson and Helen Mirren (1%)

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Which national newspaper Theatre critic announced their retirement this week?

1. Michael Billington (24%)
2. Lyn Gardner (4%)
3. Charles Spencer (61%)
4. Tim Walker (11%)

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