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The Lion in Winter - 2011 - West End Tickets, News, Info & More

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A family Christmas becomes a family at war. Henry II, not so young as he was, invites his estranged wife Eleanor of Aquitane, and his three sons, Richard, Geoffrey and John, to spend the festive season with him, his mistress Princess Alais, and her brother, the young King Philip of France. Will Henry name who is to be his successor as King of England? Their yuletide celebration turns into a combat zone of deceit, betrayal, bitter power games and scabrous wit.

Theatre Royal Haymarket


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The Lion in Winter West End Cast



 

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by Nicole Rosky - November 29, 2011
Joining Robert Lindsay (Henry II) and Joanna Lumley (Eleanor of Aquitane) in Trevor Nunn's production of James Goldman's The Lion in Winter are Tom Bateman (Richard), Sonya Cassidy (Alais), Joseph Drake (John), Rory Fleck-Byrne (Philip) and James Norton (Geoffrey). The Lion in Winter, produced by the Theatre Royal Haymarket Company, runs until 28 January 2012, Set and costume designs are by Stephen Brimson Lewis with music by Steven Edis, sound by Paul Groothuis and video design by Ian William Galloway. Checkout production shots from the show below!

The Lion in Winter Frequently Asked Questions

What other productions of The Lion in Winter have their been?
The Lion in Winter has had 4 productions including Broadway which opened in 1966, Broadway which opened in 1999, Broadway which opened in 1999 and West End which opened in 2011.

What productions of The Lion in Winter have their been?
The Lion in Winter has had 4 productions including Broadway which opened in 1966, Broadway which opened in 1999, Broadway which opened in 1999 and West End which opened in 2011.

What productions of The Lion in Winter have there been?
The Lion in Winter has had 4 productions including Broadway which opened in 1966, Broadway which opened in 1999, Broadway which opened in 1999 and West End which opened in 2011.