CITY OF ANGELS
The Donmar Warehouse’s Olivier Award-winning production of CITY OF ANGELS hits the West End!
A screenwriter with a movie to finish.
A private eye with a case to crack.
But nothing’s black and white when a dame is involved.
And does anyone stick to the script in this city?
This is Tinseltown. You gotta ask yourself: what’s real… and what’s reel…
Josie Rourke’s “ingenious, stupendous revival” (The Telegraph) premiered in 2014, when it was hailed as “a blissful evening” (The Stage) that’s “smart, seductive and very funny” (Evening Standard). With a swinging score by Cy Coleman and David Zippel and a brilliantly witty book by Larry Gelbart, CITY OF ANGELS is a musical love letter to the glamorous world of old Hollywood and film noir.
The West End production will star Hadley Fraser, Rosalie Craig, Rebecca Trehearn and, making her West End debut, Vanessa Williams.
Saturday 5 September 2020
£20 – NO BOOKING FEE
Monday – Saturday 7.30pm
Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm
2hr 40mins including one interval
'Ingenious, delightful and frothing with wit. A stupendous revival.'
The Daily Telegraph
'dazzling, thrilling and sizzlingly sexy.'
The Arts Desk
'This heavenly musical is easily the punchiest, most intelligent in town. A blissful evening'
'clever, gloriously stylish and elegant revival'
'a smart, seductive and very funny show'
'Josie Rourke’s dazzling revival... a jazzy delectably tart take on film noir and Tinseltown'
'Rosalie Craig is probably the best musical theatre actor of her generation'
'Looks like a dream... practically every other line cracks a laugh'
GABBY / BOBBI
Rosalie Craig’s theatre credits include Marianne Elliott’s production of Company at the Gielgud Theatre, she won the Evening Standard award for best actress in a musical and was also nominated for an Olivier award.
Other theatre credits include The Ferryman (Gielgud theatre, Becoming (Donmar Warehouse) Polly Peachum in The Threepenny Opera (National Theatre), Rosalind in As You Like It (National Theatre), Alice in Wonder.land (Manchester International Festival), Gabby/Bobbi in City of Angels (Donmar Warehouse – Evening Standard Nomination),The Light Princess at the National Theatre (Evening Standard award and Olivier nomination) The Vote (Donmar Warehouse), Miss Julie/Clea in Miss Julie/Black Comedy (Chichester Festival Theatre), Lady Macduff in Macbeth (Manchester International Festival), Sweeney Todd (ENO), Sylvia in Finding Neverland (Leicester Curve), Table (National Theatre) Helen in London Road (National Theatre), Susan in Swallows and Amazons (Bristol Old Vic), and Giulietta in Aspects of Love (The Menier Chocolate Factory).
Becoming at the Donmar Warehouse, which she co-wrote with Michelle Terry.
Rosalie’s television work includes TRUTHSEEKERS (Amazon prime), Invisible (ITV), Father Brown (BBC), Midsomer Murders (ITV), Doc Martin (ITV), Patriot (Amazon), Endeavour (ITV) Lovesick (BBC 3) Miranda (BBC Two), My Family and Other Animals (BBC One) and Casanova (BBC One).
Her feature film credits includes This Nan’s Life, Sulphur and White & London Road.
DONNA / OOLIE
Rebecca won the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, for her role of Julie in ‘Showboat’.
Further theatre includes: Kiss Me Kate (Watermill, Newbury); Rags (Hope Mill Theatre); Sweet Charity (Nottingham Playhouse); Les Misérables (Pimlico Opera); Diary of a Teenage Girl (Southwark Playhouse); The Night Before Christmas (Salisbury Playhouse); A Little of What You Fancy (Salisbury Playhouse); Floyd Collins (Wilton’s Music Hall); City Of Angels (Donmar Warehouse); Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse); Ghost (UK National Tour); Bernarda Alba (Union Theatre); Love Story (Duchess); Aspects Of Love (Menier Chocolate Factory); Dirty Dancing (Aldwych); We Will Rock You (Dominion); Alfie the Musical (Palace Theatre, Watford).
Television includes: Karen McKay in Dim Ond Y Gwir (S4C); Carla Hewson in Casualty (BBC); Angharad in A470 (S4C).
CARLA / ALAURA
Vanessa Williams is one of the most respected and multi-faceted performers in the entertainment industry today.
Having sold millions of records worldwide, Vanessa has also achieved numerous #1 and Top 10 hits on various Billboard Album and Singles charts: Pop, Dance, R&B, Adult Contemporary, Holiday, Latin, Gospel and Jazz.
Her critically acclaimed work in film, television, recordings and the Broadway stage has been recognized by every major industry award affiliate including 4 Emmy nominations, 11 Grammy nominations, a Tony nomination, 3 SAG award nominations, 7 NAACP Image Awards and 3 Satellite Awards. Her platinum single “Colors of the Wind,” from the Disney’s Pocahontas, won the Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe for Best Original Song.
A graduate of Syracuse University, Vanessa is a strong advocate for equal rights, especially concerning the gay community and minorities. She was honored with the Human Rights Campaign “Ally for Equality” Award for her humanitarian contributions. Vanessa also achieved a career pinnacle with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2007.
Vanessa’s autobiography, “You Have No Idea,” co-written with her mother Helen Williams, was a New York Times Best Seller in 2012. Her recent Broadway credits include co-starring with Cicely Tyson in The Trip to Bountiful, (the #1 play of the 2013 season), After Midnight (2014), and a special limited engagement in Hey, Look Me Over at New York City Center in 2018.
Vanessa is the mother of four – Melanie, Jillian, Devin and Sasha. Her charitable endeavors are many and varied, embracing and supporting such organizations as Concerts for America, Special Olympics and several others.
Vanessa is one of the world’s most accomplished concert artists, appearing regularly with the most prestigious symphony orchestras in the world. In 2019, Vanessa performed with the National Symphony Orchestra at The Kennedy Center.
Vanessa is exclusively managed by the Sterling Winters Company (SWC) /
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ANGEL CITY 4
Cindy was born in the Netherlands but her roots lay in Surinam.
Training: Lucia Marthas Institute for Performing Arts Amsterdam
Theatre includes; Ensemble and U/S Nurse Norma in Waitress (Adelphi Theatre); Chiffon in Little Shop of Horrors (Storyhouse, Chester); Hattie in Kiss Me Kate (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield); Carmen in Sweet Charity (Nottingham Playhouse); Aladdin (Prince Edward Theatre); Anna Gordy/ Ensemble in Motown (Shaftesbury Theatre); Ensemble & U/S Sandra Izsadore in Fela (Broadway, National Theatre and USA tour); Ensemble & U/S Polly Rae in The Hurly Burly Show (The Garrick Theatre); Dirty Dancing (The Aldwych Theatre); Wicked (Apollo Victoria); Ella in Bubbling Brown Sugar (Dutch Tour); Jemima in Cats (Dutch Tour); Ensemble & understudy Nala in The Lion King (The Netherlands); & Saturday Night Fever (The Netherlands).
Theatre: Edmond de Bergerac. The Hudsuker Proxy. A Christmas Carol. The Trials of Charles Dickens. Superior Donuts. The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui. Soho Streets. Sleeping Beauty, Young Vic, Barbican, Broadway. In the Beginning, Trio Con Brio. The Taming of the Shrew, UK tour. Blood and Roses, Trestle Theatre Co. The Taming of the Shrew, Manchester Royal Exchange. King Lear, Young Vic, Leicester Haymarket, Tokyo Globe. Peter Pan. George Dandin. The Jungle Book. Great Expectations. The Private Ear. West End: Igao in Disney’s Aladdin. Sonny in City of Angels, Donmar Warehouse. Big Jule in Guys & Dolls Piccadilly Theatre. Sergeant Garcia in Zorro The Musical (What’s on Stage Best Supporting Actor nomination) NT: One Man Two Guvnors, The Tempest. The RSC: Volpone, Antony and Cleopatra, Bollocks, Woyzeck, Faust parts I & II, The Devil is an Ass, The Relapse.
TV: Sliced. The Windsors. Devils in Disguise. WPC 56. Holby City. Doctors. Rock and Chips. The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret.I Shouldn’t Be Alive. Doc Martin. The Last Detective. Coronation Street. Where the Heart Is. EastEnders. Real Women. Films: American Assassin. Purge of Kingdoms. Devil’s Playground. Gulliver’s Travels. Last Chance Harvey. Gladiatress.
PANCHOS / MUNOZ
Theatre Includes: The Girl on the Train (Duke of York’s Theatre); Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe); Sweet Charity (Nottingham Playhouse); Paint Your Wagon, Othello and The Big I am (Liverpool Everyman); Into The Woods (Manchester Royal Exchange); See What I Wanna See (Jermyn Street Theatre); City Of Angels (Donmar Warehouse); Urinetown (St James’ Theatre and Apollo); Tape (Trafalgar Studios); The History Boys (National Theatre & Wyndham’s); The Maids (Lyric Hammersmith); Wild Turkey and Miss Julie (Naach Theatre Company); Bells and Chaos (Kali Theatre Company); Romeo and Juliet (Festival Players) Two Last Souls on A Dirty Night (Latchmere Theatre) and Lord Of The Flies (RSC)
Television Includes: Holby City, Eastenders, Midsomer Murders, In Invisibles, The Bill and Lewis.
JIMMY / DR MANDRIL
Training: Guildford School of Acting.
Work in theater includes:
Fabrizio in The Light in the Piazza (Royal Festival Hall, Dorothy Chandler Pavillion alps Angeles & The Lyric Opera Chicago). Marius in Les Misérables: The All-Star Staged Concert (The Gielgud Theatre). He has also appeared as Eugene in The Eugenius! (The Other Palace), Gibran in Broken Wings (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Les Misérables 30th anniversary Gala (Japan), Fleet in Titanic (Charing Cross Theatre), Marius in Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre), The 12 Tenors (World Wide Events), Godspell in Concert (Lyric), the title role in Candide in Concert (Cadogan Hall) and the title role in Peter Pan (Harlow Playhouse).
Screen credits include: Tony in West Side Stories: The Making of a Classic
Rob’s EPs—RH and Within Reach—are available on iTunes. Follow Rob on Twitter: @robhouchen
ANGEL CITY 4
Manuel is originally from Colombia, and is part Italian. He toured internationally from a young age, at venues including The Lincoln Center, NYC; The Universal Exposition, Hanover; The Jackie Gleason Theater and The Carnival Center for the Performing Arts (now the Adrienne Arsht Center) in Miami. He then worked under Misi Producciones in Bogotá for 11 years before furthering his training at The Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London. Stage credits include Pancho in The Night of the Iguana (Noel Coward Theatre, West End); Chino in West Side Story (The Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); The Most Amazing Story Ever Sung (Rose Theater, Jazz@Lincoln Center, NYC). Screen credits include: Mateo in Terminator: Dark Fate (Paradox Productions) and Kid Diamond in High Strung:Free Dance (Riviera Films); Gabrielo in London Kills (Acorn TV); Pedro in Flack (Hat Trick Productions); Alejandro in Vlad and Louise and Javier in Millie Inbetween (both for Zodiak Kidz); series regulars Reuben in Find Me In Paris (Cottonwood Media) and Nav in Ride (Nickelodeon).
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Trained: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
Theatre includes The Outsider at The Coronet; Julius Caesar at the Bridge Theatre; Young Chekhov at the National Theatre; Platonov and Ivanov at Chichester; City of Angels at the Donmar Warehouse; Salome at Nuffield Southampton; Volpone at Wilton’s Music Hall; The Crucible at Sheffield Crucible; Justifying War, The Colour of Justice, Srebrenica and Nuremberg at the Tricycle; Beyond a Joke on UK tour;The Tempest at Oxford Playhouse and Tokyo Globe; Shreds and Fancies at the Old Red Lion; Every Good Boy Deserves Favour, Privates on Parade, Absurd Person Singular, The White Devil, Macbeth, Heartbreak House, Habeas Corpus, Happy End and As You Like It at the Oxford Playhouse.
Television includes The Alienist, Call the Midwife, The Musketeers, Downton Abbey, Silk, Inspector George Gently, William and Catherine: A Royal Love Story, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Holby City, Wire in the Blood, 5 Days, Touch of Frost, Family Affairs, Take a Girl Like You, Second Sight, Casualty, Crime Traveller, The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries, Lovejoy, Parnell and the Englishwoman. Film includes Dead in a Week, Fast Girls, Patiala House, Love’s Kitchen, Mysterious Creatures and Wondrous Oblivion.
ANGEL CITY 4
Ryan graduated from The Arts Educational Schools, London – BA Hons Degree in Musical Theatre.
Theatre credits: Curtis Taylor Junior in Dreamgirls, (Savoy Theatre) Swing/Walk On Benny in In The Heights, Covered/Played Donkey in Shrek (Original UK Tour), Puss in Boots (Hackney Empire), Blues in the Night (Hackney Empire), Bleach Bloods Music Video ‘Hope’,
Concerts include: Olivier Awards, Friday Night is Music Night, What’s On Stage Awards.
Whist training: (Gabriel) Kiss of the Spiderwoman, (Marshall Blackstone) Babes In Arms, (Dance Captain/Jesus/Ensemble) Spelling Bee.
Ryan is delighted to be appearing in City
Joshua St Clair
Training: Art Educations School, London Theatre includes: Harry & u/s Charlie Price in Kinky Boots (Original UK Tour) School of Rock (Gillian Lynne Theatre, West End) Wicked (UK/International Tour) Shakespeare Live! at the RSC (Royal Shakespeare Theatre) Television: Shakespeare Live! at the RSC (BBC & UK Cinemas), Olivier Awards (ITV) Concerts: WhatsOnStage Awards 2016 (Prince of Wales), Hey Old Friends! (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) Friday Night is Music Night (Royal Albert Hall)
Joshua is about to join the cast of Snow White (Opera House, Manchester)
Tickets from £20 – NO BOOKING FEE
All tickets include £1.25 Theatre Restoration Levy.
GROUPS AND EDUCATION BOOKINGS
8+ GROUP RATE
£45. Valid Monday to Thursday.
£59.50. Valid Friday and Saturday Matinees.
£22.50 plus 1 FREE teacher ticket per 10 paid.
Valid Monday to Thursday. Upper Circle and rear Stalls seats only.
To book a group, call us on +44 (0)330 333 4817 (Mon – Fri, 10am – 6pm) or email email@example.com
Thursday 5 March 2020 – Saturday 5 September 2020
Monday – Saturday 7.30pm
Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm
Running time: 2hr 40mins including one interval
Age Guidance: 10+
VISITING THE VENUE
The Garrick Theatre opens 45 minutes before the start of each performance.
The Garrick Theatre Box Office is open Monday to Saturday 10am-8pm. Where there are performances on a Sunday, the Box Office will open from 10am until the start of the final performance of the day.
The Garrick Theatre is located on Charing Cross Road, near to Leicester Square in London’s West End. Below you can find information on how to get to the theatre and a map showing the location of the venue.
If you’re driving into the West End to see a show, take advantage of Q-Park’s Theatreland Parking Scheme. Save 50% off parking with Q-Park (after 12pm and for up to 4 hours). To qualify, simply present your Q-Park car park ticket for validation at our box office and the car park machine will automatically charge you half price. For details of locations and prices please visit Q-Park’s website.
Garrick Theatre, 2 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH.
10am – 7.30pm, Monday to Saturday
Leicester Square (Northern, Piccadilly), Charing Cross (Northern, Bakerloo), Embankment (District, Circle)
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