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Following a wildly succesful run at the Chichester Festival Theatre, The Pajama Game transfers to the Shaftesbury Theatre for a strictly limited run from with two-time Olivier winner Joanna Riding and Olivier nominee Michael Xavier. The show is directed by five-time Olivier winner Sir Richard Eyre.

Peter Polycarpou and Colin Stinton will reprise their roles as Vernon Hines and Hasler, with Gary Wilmot taking over the role of Vernon Hines from 2nd June

With a score by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross and book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell, The Pajama Game deals with labour troubles in a pajama factory where workers' demands for a seven-and-a-half cents raise are ignored. Love soon blossoms however between Babe (Riding), the grievance committee head, and Sid (Xavier), the new factory superintendent.

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The Pajama Game News

The Pajama Game will transfer to the Shaftesbury Theatre for a strictly limited run from 1st May following its critically acclaimed, sold out run at Chichester Festival Theatre.

Full casting has been announced for the West End transfer of Chichester Festival Theatre's production of The Pajama Game. The musical begins previews at the Shaftesbury Theatre from 2nd May ahead of an official opening on 13th May. Directed by Richard Eyre, The Pajama Game runs until 13th September 2014.

It has been confirmed that Chichester Festival Theatre's critically acclaimed production of The Pajama Game will transfer to the West End’s Shaftesbury Theatre next year. The Pajama Game will begin performances from 1st May 2014 ahead of an official opening night on 13th May. Directed by Richard Eyre, the production will run for a limited West End season until 13th September 2014.

London Theatre News

On Monday theatreland exploded with several extremely exciting casting announcements. It was revealed that Kerry Ellis, the original British Elphaba, will return to Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre from Monday 4th August for a limited run until Saturday 25th October 2014.

Gwynfor Jones is currently starring as ‘The Actor’ in the West End production of The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre.

Following the West End premiere of Stephen Mallatratt’s play in 1989, The Woman in Black has celebrated a twenty-five year West End run and has been seen by over 7 million people. The show is described as “one of the most exciting, gripping and successful theatre events ever staged”.

Nicholas Hytner's production of Richard Bean's Great Britain is set to transfer to the Theatre Royal Haymarket following a successful National Theatre run from 10 September, 2014 to 10 January, 2015. Booking for the show opened on the 4th of July.