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Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

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Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: the new musical from acclaimed Broadway and West End director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell.
 
Please note that Robert Lindsay will not be performing on all Wednesday Matinees from Dec 2014 - Feb 2015  
 
 

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is a comedy musical based on the hit film starring Sir Michael Caine and Steve Martin. Two con men operating on the French Riviera compete for a bet to swindle a millionaire heiress. Suave con man Lawrence Jamieson, who believes in conning corrupt, rich people out of their money so he can spend it on culture and a lavish lifestyle and his loud, cocky American rival, Freddy Benson vie for targets on the French Riviera. Realising there isn’t room for them both to operate successfully they strike up an unlikely bet that whoever  is the first to con $50,000 out of a selected mark will be allowed to stay, while the other must leave town and never return.

The show in London at the Savoy theatre stars musical theatre legend Robert Lindsay, a three-time Olivier Award and Tony Award winner for the highly acclaimed productions of Me And My Girl, Becket and Oliver! and famed for the BBC smash hit TV comedy My Family. Robert Lindsay makes his much anticipated return to the West End stage in a musical. Playing opposite him is popular comedian Rufus Hound, recent star of the National Theatre’s production of One Man, Two Guvnors at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.
 
Katherine Kingsley, nominated for Best Actress in a Musical at the Olivier Awards for Singin’ In The Rain and most recently starring in A Midsummer Night’s Dream opposite David Walliams and Sheridan Smith, joins this formidable cast.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell, whose smash hit musicals include Broadway’s Kinky Boots (Winner of the coveted 2013 Best Musical and Best Choreography Tony Awards), Hairspray (Winner of 8 Tony Awards) and Legally Blonde (Winner Best Musical, Olivier Awards).

Written by the Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning Jeffrey Lane, the writer behind the Broadway smash hit Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown and TV’s Mad About You.

Music and Lyrics are by David Yazbek, winner of the Drama Desk Award for the Broadway and West End smash hit musical The Full Monty, whose composing credits also include music for Queen and The David Letterman Show.

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Reviews

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Charles Spencer, The Telegraph

"Lindsay, a superbly charismatic and versatile actor, combines charm and wit with just a hint of menace, while exuding effortless star quality in every neat move he makes... a highly entertaining and slickly staged show"

Michael Billington, The Guardian

"it is a prime, and highly pleasurable, example of the musical as escapist fantasy and source of fun... [Dirty Rotten Scoundrels] takes us back to the all-but-lost era of musical comedy"