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Private Lives Theatre Tickets

Private Lives Theatre Tickets

Vaudeville Theatre 404 Strand London WC2R 0NH

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Theatre Venue: Vaudeville Theatre 
Address: 404 Strand London WC2R 0NH
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Opened: 24-Feb-2010
Booking until: 01-May-2010
Performance Times: Monday to Saturday Evenings at 7.30pm Thursday and Saturday Matinees at 2.30pm
Running Time: TBC
Author: Noel Coward
Director: Richard Eyre
Producer: Duncan C Weldon / Sonia Friedman Productions.
Casts: Kim Cattrall, Matthew MacFadyen
Genre: Plays


A divorced couple are reunited whilst honeymooning with their second spouses. Moonlight on the Mediterranean - a beautiful young woman drifts onto a hotel balcony. A young man joins her. They embrace, drink in the scene. This is a dream of a honey moon come true. They part. The young man is alone. A band plays. On the next balcony another young woman appears. She sings a song. The young man gives a horrified gasp and freezes. He knows that tune only too well. And he knows that voice. He used to be married to it.
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