Weedon Grossmith News

 
Date Of Death:
June 14, 1919
Birth Place:
London, ENGLAND
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Date of Death: June 14, 1919

Birth Place: London, ENGLAND
BWW Review: THE DIARY OF A NOBODY, King's Head TheatreBWW Review: THE DIARY OF A NOBODY, King's Head Theatre
by Nicole Ackman - Nov 3, 2017

You wouldn't expect a Victorian tale to be this relatable, but The Diary of a Nobody showcases a surprisingly modern everyday life. London clerk Charles Pooter struggles through family issues, class conflict and work trials with hilarity and hijinks. (more...)

Guest Blog: Mary Franklin On Bringing THE DIARY OF A NOBODY To StageGuest Blog: Mary Franklin On Bringing THE DIARY OF A NOBODY To Stage
by Guest Blog: Mary Franklin - Oct 27, 2017

The first play I directed was an adaptation of The Young Visitors by Daisy Ashford, a surreal comic novella written by a seven-year-old girl. After the play one night an audience member suggested I read The Diary Of A Nobody, George and Weedon Grossmith's Victorian cult comic classic. (more...)

James & Jack Fox to Lead West End Transfer of DEAR LUPIN
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2015

Father and son James Fox and Jack Fox star in this brand new stage adaptation of the best-selling Sunday Times Humour Book of the Year Dear Lupin, Letters to a Wayward Son in which renowned journalist and author Roger Mortimer's brilliantly hilarious, often touching and always generous letters to his unruly son Charlie are now vividly brought to life. The production transfers to the Apollo Theatre following a successful UK tour, opening on 3 August, with previews from 30 July, and runs for a strictly limited season until 19 September. (more...)

DEAR LUPIN with James & Jack Fox Begins Next Month at Theatre Royal Windsor
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2015

Father and son James Fox and Jack Fox star in this brand new stage adaptation of the best-selling Sunday Times Humour Book of the Year Dear Lupin, Letters to a Wayward Son in which renowned journalist and author Roger Mortimer's brilliantly hilarious, often touching and always generous letters to his unruly son Charlie are now vividly brought to life. (more...)

THE DIARY OF A NOBODY to Play King's Head Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Dec 2, 2014

Rough Haired Pointer present The Diary of a Nobody following their critically-acclaimed world premiere of Joe Orton's Fred & Madge. Evelyn Waugh called The Diary of a Nobody by George and Weedon Grossmith 'the funniest book in the world' and now, following a sell-out success last summer, this fast-moving theatrical spectacular returns as the first show of the King's Head Theatre season. It stars Charles Pooter, an average Victorian city clerk - with his attempts to be somebody, this nobody is highly entertaining (Time Out). (more...)