- Start date
- Monday 06 May
- End date
- Saturday 11 May
- His Majesty's Theatre
- Adults, Teens
- £32 - £17+bf (Concessions available)
The Old Vic and West-End smash hit Noises Off comes to His Majesty's Theatre following its triumphant and critically acclaimed sell out run in London.
Hailed as one of the greatest British comedies ever written, Michael Frayn’s multi award-winning backstage farce serves up a riotous double bill - a play within a play. Hurtling along at breakneck speed it follows the backstage antics of a touring theatre company as they stumble their way through rehearsals in Weston-super-Mare, to a shambolic Wednesday matinee in Ashton-under-Lyne, and a final disastrous performance in Stockton-on-Tees.
Cast includes Neil Pearson (TV and Film credits include Monroe, Between the Lines, Drop the Dead Donkey, and Bridget Jones’ Diary), Maureen Beattie (TV credits include Lewis, The Bill, Taggart, Casualty); David Bark-Jones, Simon Bubb, Danielle Flett, Geoffrey Freshwater, Chris Larkin, Thomasin Rand and Sasha Waddell.
"You can’t stop laughing" - The Daily Telegraph
"I giggled myself silly throughout" - The Observer
"Fabulous" - Daily Express
"Pure pleasure" - The Times
"Riotous" - The Guardian
"The ultimate comedy of theatrical chaos and confusion" - Sunday Express
"Comic Bliss" - The Mail on Sunday
"Michael Frayn’s comic masterpiece" - The Daily Telegraph
"Too many joys to list" - The Times
“[the] cast are slick, precise and doused in hilarity” - Cambridge News
“. . .keeps the audience engaged for the whole evening with more than a laugh a minute.” - The Public Reviews
". . .quite simply one of the funniest plays that’s ever been written" - The Bath Chronicle
"Laugh? You barely have time to pause for breath between each bout of mirth in this production of Michael Frayn’s hilarious farce" - Listomania Bath
"a farce of face-aching, stomach-wobbling hilarity" - Cambridge News
G McAndrew|Wednesday 08 May
"Absolutely hilarious, this is the funniest thing I've ever seen onstage. Can't recommend it highly enough!"
June Armstrong|Tuesday 22 January
"My friend and I saw this show in London last year and found it absolutely hilarious. We had not laughed so much in years! Hilariously funny and technically slick!"