Robert Lindsay & Rufus Hound On DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS West End Premiere
Tony Award-winning Broadway hit DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS comes to the West End later this month with stage and screen stars Robert Lindsay and Rufus Hound in the leads and a new behind the scenes featurette detailing the set construction is now available to view.
The official description of the new West End production of DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS is as follows: "Acclaimed Broadway and West End director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell brings the most anticipated musical event of 2014, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, to the Savoy Theatre. Based on the hit comedy film starring Sir Michael Caine and Steve Martin, be transported to the French Riviera where two con men compete for a bet to swindle a millionaire soap heiress. Do they have any idea what they've let themselves in for? Starring Robert Lindsay - 3 time Olivier Award and Tony Award winner for the highly acclaimed productions of Me and My Girl, Becket and Oliver! and famed for the BBC smash hit TV comedy My Family - who makes his much anticipated return to the stage in a musical. Playing opposite him is comedy legend Rufus Hound, star of the National Theatre's production of One Man, Two Guvnors. Katherine Kingsley, nominated for Best Actress in a Musical at the Olivier Awards for Singin' in the Rain and most recently starring in A Midsummer Night's Dream opposite David Walliams and Sheridan Smith, joins this formidable cast."
More information on the West End production of DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS is available at the official site here.
Of note, DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS played at the Manchester Opera House from February 12 through February 22 and the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre from February 26 through March 1 before arriving at the Savoy Theatre in the West End on March 10.
View the new behind the scenes featurette highlighting DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS below.
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