Seltener wurden Sprechstücke gegeben, in denen etwa Mrs. Patrick Campbell glänzte. The show transferred to the Cambridge Theatre in 2006. The original West End cast includes Katharine Mcphee, David Hunter, Marisha Wallace, Laura Baldwin, and Jack McBrayer.

Both Robertson and Britton were nominated for Olivier Awards.

After providing much musical and variety entertainment, the venue became know for its drama productions. They also built a new enlarged facade and part of this can still be seen today above the Crystal Rooms next door to the present Adelphi Theatre. This production moved out of the theatre on 25 February 2012, transferring to the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London.

Charles Dickens began adapting works for the stage, including his own works such as 'The Pickwick Papers' which Victorian audiences enjoyed seeing live in a theatrical context. The new building was considered an improvement on the rather cramped interior of its predecessor, which had earned a reputation as feeling rather like a tavern hall. Patti luPone starred as the original Norma Desmond, before dramatically leaving the company after being fired by Lloyd Webber.

The building was redesigned in an Art Deco style by Ernest Schaufelberg, with beautiful features in the auditorium and main foyer. In 1993, Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group purchased the theatre and completely refurbished it prior to the opening of his adaptation of Sunset Boulevard. The dean of London musical theatre George Edwardes became manager of the venue, helping it start a new trend for musical comedies in the early 1900s.
The production ran for two years and enjoyed a successful UK tour.

Jane was a British theatre manager, performer, and playwright.

It won the Evening Standard Award for Best Ne Play in 2011, later transferring to Broadway and the Haymarket Theatre in London's West End. Andrew Lloyd Webber's first musical was revived at the Adelphi Theatre in a brand new production. The original London company included Ute Lemper as Velma, Ruthie Henshall as Roxie Hart, Nigel Planer as Amos Hart and Henry Goodman as Billy Flynn. [2], On 18 October 1819, the theatre reopened under its present name, which was adopted from the Adelphi Buildings opposite.

Famous replacements in the lead roles over the next 9 years included: Marti Pellow, David Hasselhoff, Denise Van Outen, Claire Sweeney, Bonnie Langford, Jennifer Ellison, Alison Moyet and Gaby Roslin. Written by Richard Bean, the comedy is adapted from the Italian play 'Servant of Two Masters'. Despite opening in the same year as American hit 'Oklahoma!

In the early part of the 20th century, the Adelphi was home to a number of musical comedies, the most successful of which included The Earl and the Girl (1904), The Dairymaids (1907), The Quaker Girl (1910), The Boy (1917), Clowns in Clover (1927), and Mr. Cinders (1929). The D’Oyly Carte Opera Company hosts their final performance at the Adelphi, an evening of concert performances of songs from the Savoy operas, before the company is temporarily closed. One of the main featured was the chandelier, lit by a Stroud's Patent Sun Lamp. Das Adelphi Theatre am Strand im Londoner Theaterviertel West End ist heute ein Musical-Theater mit 1500 Plätzen. The show took in £10million worth of pre-sale tickets before even opening. Heute wird das Theater gemeinsam vom Unternehmen Lloyd Webbers und der Nederlander Organization geführt. The National Theatre transferred their show One Man, Two Guvnors to the theatre from 8 November 2011. [9], The theatre is currently owned and managed by the Adelphi Theatre Company Limited, a partnership between Andrew Lloyd Webber's LW Theatres[10] and Nederlander International. The theatre was Grade II listed for historical preservation on 1 December 1987.

Jane Scott worked as a theatre manager, performer, and playwright and was instrumental in the founding of the venue.

Also in the mid-19th century, the Adelphi hosted a number of French operettas, including La belle Hélène. [citation needed], This article is about the London theatre. The play was directed by Artistic Director of the National Nicholas Hytner, and starred James Corden in the lead role of Francis Henshall. Laura Baldwin leaves the cast temporarily to return later in the year, with Ashley Roberts taking over the role of Dawn for the summer. The interior was lighted by a Stroud's Patent Sun Lamp, a brilliant array of gas mantles passed through a chandelier of cut-glass.

In 1848, The Haunted Man and the Ghost’s Bargain was performed.[3]. Das Adelphi Theatre am Strand im Londoner Theaterviertel West End ist heute ein Musical-Theater mit 1500 Plätzen. The show went on to open in LA and on Broadway and is one of Lloyd Webber's most successful musicals of recent times.

Michael Grandage's revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Evita replaced the show, beginning previews on 2 June 2006 before completing a twelve-month run on 26 May 2007. Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical based on the film of the same name ran for 1,530 performances at the Adelphi Theatre. Auch die erste Operette von Arthur Sullivan (Cox and Box, 1867) kam zur Uraufführung. An active campaign by Equity, the Musicians' Union, and theatre owners under the auspices of the Save London Theatres Campaign led to the abandonment of the scheme.[8]. Peter Wyngarde plays the king in The King & I. Stephen Sondheim's musical 'A Little Night Music' has its European premiere at the Adelphi Theatre where it ran for 406 performances. The hit Broadway musical inspired by Faustian legend enjoyed a brief revival at the Adelphi Theatre, transferring from a successful Broadway run. 1901 wurde das Theater in Century Theatre umbenannt. She wrote more than fifty stage pieces in an array of genres: melodramas, pantomimes, farces, comic operettas, historical dramas, and adaptations, as well as translations. Kinky Boots becomes an award-winning musical, swiping the Olivier Award for Best New Musical. As the venue began to grow in popularity, the old venue was demolished and The New Adelphi was opened.

Comedian Stephen Fry updated the book for Noel Gay's lively 1930s musical which ran for 8 years at the Adelphi Theatre where it clocked up over 3,000 performances.

The adjacent, numbers 409 and 410 Strand, were built in 1886–87 by the Gatti Brothers as the Adelphi Restaurant. Born Dora Mae Broadbent, Bryan began her career in regional theatre before working in the West End, on radio, TV and film. Kinky Boots celebrates its 1000th performance at the Adelphi Theatre. George Edwardes, the dean of London musical theatre, took over management of the theatre from Stuart in 1908. The production starred Van Johnson, Patricia Lambert, C. Denier Warren, Ruth Kettlewell and Dennis Waterman. Einer der wichtigsten Autoren war James Planché. The production starred Elena Rodgers as Eva Peron, with Philip Quast as Peron and Matt Rawle as Che.

', it was not overshadowed, and was incredibly popular with audiences.

An actor who performed regularly at the Adelphi in the latter half of the 19th century, William Terriss, was stabbed to death during the run of 'Secret Service' on 16 December 1897 whilst entering the Theatre by the royal entrance in Maiden Lane which he used as a private entrance. [3][4], In its early years, the theatre was known for melodrama, called Adelphi Screamers. It's a Listed Grade II building and seats exactly 1560 people over three levels.

It has been said that Terriss' ghost haunts the theatre.
Lee Mead left the show in 2009 and was replaced by Gareth Gates, who proved significantly less popular and the production closed 4 months later. The present day Adelphi Theatre opened on 3 December 1930. Quickly dubbed 'Paint Never Dries', the production underwent numerous changes and rewrites in the first few months.

The present day Adelphi Theatre opened on 3 December 1930. The show enjoyed a limited run, and was seen to be a huge success. Das heutige Gebäude wurde 1930 im Art Déco-Stil erbaut und hieß wiederum Adelphi.

In April 2006, Chicago transferred to the Cambridge Theatre (and later to the Garrick Theatre, where it closed in 2012.).

The old theatre was demolished, and on 26 December 1858, The New Adelphi was opened and was considered an improvement on the cramped circumstances of the original, which had been described as a "hasty conversion from a tavern hall, permanently kept in its provisional state". Killian Donnelly, Matt Henry and Amy Lennox all feature on the recording. Waitress announced that it will be extending its West End run at the Adelphi theatre, with the hit musical now booking until 28th March 2020.

The Adelphi Theatre (1934–1940 and 1944–1958), originally named the Craig Theatre, opened on December 24, 1928. [3] Many stories by Charles Dickens were also adapted for the stage here, including John Baldwin Buckstone's The Christening, a comic burletta, which opened on 13 October 1834, based on the story The Bloomsbury Christening. Dabei wurden Fassade und Zuschauerraum wieder an die bauliche Fassung von 1930 angenähert[1]. She wrote more than fifty stage pieces in an array of genres: melodramas, pantomimes, farces, comic operettas, historical dramas, and adaptations, as well as translations. [1], It was founded in 1806 as the Sans Pareil ("Without Compare"), by merchant John Scott, and his daughter Jane (1770–1839). [7] This theatre was built by Frank Kirk to the design of Ernest Runtz.

The present building is the fourth on the site.

Ex-Emmerdale actress Verity Rushworth also joins the new cast as Lauren, with David Hunter continuing in the role of Charlie.

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