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Duchess Theatre

One of Covent Garden’s more intimate theatres, the Duchess has hosted some huge hits — Harold Pinter’s The Caretaker in 1960, Oh! Calcutta! throughout the 1970s, Michael Frayn’s Copenhagen in 1999—as well as a famous failure: The Intimate Revue of 1930 closed having completed only around half of the opening night performance.

In recent years, it has had far more successes than flops, with a varied and imaginative roster of new plays and spirited revivals, including Mark Rylance in Endgame, Dominic West in Butley and Lenny Henry in Fences.

DUCHESS THEATRE
CATHERINE STREET
COVENT GARDEN
LONDON
WC2B 5LA


Website:DUCHESSTHEATRE.CO.UK
Phone: 020 7379 5717


Duchess Theatre in Covent Garden London.

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At The Duchess Theatre

The Play that Goes Wrong

BOOKING UNTIL SEP 2017

This play about a play that goes wrong has, since the day it opened, been going unequivocally right. The debut work of three young writers, Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, it took...