Dame Edna's EAT PRAY LOVE! Tour to Hit West End, Fall 2013
According to the Daily Mail, Barry Humphries' Eat Pray Love! tour will set out across the UK next fall. Directed by Simon Phillips, the show will, of course, feature Humphries' well-known alter ego 'Dame Edna Everage'.
Read the original report here.
Eat Pray Love! will launch at Milton Keynes Theatre, running October 23-26, continue on to the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff from October 30-November 2, and travel to Edinburgh's Festival Theatre from November 2 through 9, with a final transfer to the West End.
Humphries has appeared on the West End in Housewife! Superstar!!, Maggie May and Oliver! (also on Broadway). His playwriting credits include Dame Edna: Back with a Vengeance, All About Me, Dame Edna: The Royal Tour and Housewife! Superstar!!, for which he worked as composer/lyricist.
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