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'Private Lives' tickets

The Noël Coward comedy classic opens at the Gielgud Theatre in the West End this July. Find out all about it and buy tickets

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With a storyline that wouldn’t be out of place in 'Hollyoaks', a fine British cast and plenty of classic Noël Coward silliness, the great wit's 1930 comedy 'Private Lives' is making a welcome return to the West End. Jonathan Kent’s production ran with great success at the Chichester Festival Theatre in 2012, and will doubtless delight London audiences too, with vibrant lead performances from Anna Chancellor and Toby Stephens as a divorced couple who unexpectedly cross paths while holidaying with their new spouses. Read more

Information about the Gielgud Theatre
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The Gielgud is owned by the Delfont Mackintosh group and seats just under 900 people on three levels. It was designed by WGR Sprague in a neo-classical style and opened in 1907 as the Hicks Theatre, named after actor-manager and playwright Seymour Hicks.

How to get to the Gielgud Theatre

To get to the Gielgud Theatre take the Bakerloo Line or the Piccadilly Line to Piccadilly Circus tube station. Walk east out of the station and onto Shaftesbury Avenue. The theatre is about 250m away on the left.

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