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Gielgud Theatre (London, )
(Piccadilly Circus) Shaftesbury Avenue
London,

Schedule

Mondays thru Saturdays at 7:45pm
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3pm

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Chariots of Fire Photos


Photo Flash: First Look at West End's CHARIOTS OF FIREPhoto Flash: First Look at West End's CHARIOTS OF FIRE
by BWW News Desk - Oct 19, 2012

Edward Hall's critically acclaimed production of Chariots of Fire is now booking at the Gielgud Theatre to 2 February 2013. Since transferring to the West End in May this year for a previously announced limited run, Chariots of Fire has been championed by Olympians past and present who have joined theatregoers in applauding this inspirational tale of hope, honour and belief. Check out photos of the cast in action below! (more...)

Photo Flash: 2012 Olympic Team Great Britain Attends CHARIOTS OF FIRE Gala PerformancePhoto Flash: 2012 Olympic Team Great Britain Attends CHARIOTS OF FIRE Gala Performance
by BWW News Desk - Sep 12, 2012

Last night, Tuesday 11 September, the stage production of Chariots of Fire was host to over 60 members of the 2012 Olympic Team GB who attended a gala performance of Edward Hall's critically acclaimed production at the Gielgud Theatre and accompanied cast members from this five star production on stage for a special curtain call. Check out photos from the appearance below! (more...)

Photo Coverage: CHARIOTS OF FIRE Film Cast Greets UK Stage CompanyPhoto Coverage: CHARIOTS OF FIRE Film Cast Greets UK Stage Company
by BWW News Desk - Jul 11, 2012

Ben Cross, Nigel Havers, Nicholas Farrell and Alice Krige, stars of the original 1981 film Chariots of Fire, made a surprise visit to the Gielgud Theatre last night, July 10, to meet with the actors currently performing in Edward Hall's five star stage production of the same name. The stage cast, led by James McArdle, Jack Lowden, Tam Williams, Mark Edel-Hunt and Savannah Stevenson were introduced to their film character counterparts and to an excited audience at the Gielgud Theatre. Hugh Hudson, Director of the original film and co-producer of the new stage adaptation joined actors from both film and stage at this unique curtain call. (more...)

 
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