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Ring Round The Moon Tickets

Playhouse TheatreLondon

RING ROUND THE MOON is set at a glamorous society ball in 1950’s France.

Identical twins, a spoilt millionairess, a mysterious ballet dancer and a wily old Aunt are swept up in a dazzling dance where caution and convention are thrown to the wind.

Witty, charming and madcap, this is an enchanting comedy of mistaken identity, romance, money and moonlight.

Adapted by Christopher Fry and directed by the critically acclaimed Sean Mathias, RING ROUND THE MOON will be the most fashionable theatrical event to add to your personal collection.

The Guardian, 20 February - Michael Billington

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‘Explosive satire. Sean Mathias’s fine revival recaptures a vanished theatrical age’

‘Angela Thorne radiates aristocratic hauter’

Daily Mail 20 February – Quentin Letts

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‘A WILDE EVENING WITH THIS WITTY WONDER’

‘…a high calibre cast’

‘One of the most refreshing and stimulating evenings in the theatre’


Metro 21 February – Claire Allfree

‘great fun’

Independent 21 February – Paul Taylor

‘Barbed elegance of Sean Mathias’s entertaining revival’

‘JJ Feild, a striking West End debut’

Times 21 February – Benedict Nightingale

‘sparkles with Wildean wit.’

Telegraph 21 February – Charles Spencer

‘Fine performances and fabulous frocks’

The Stage – (online) – 20 February – John Thaxter

‘Magical comedy and an evening to treasure’

Thelondonpaper – 21 February – Alex Johnson

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‘The polished cast never miss a gag in this comedy of class’’

Daily Express – 22 February

‘top-notch cast give belting performances’

Independent on Sunday – 24 February – Kate Bassett

‘high society satire’

‘Angela Thorne, as the chateau’s grand dame, is wittily snooty

Sunday Telegraph – 24 February – Tim Ault

‘a romance with nods to Pygmalion and Cinderella’

The Mail on Sunday – 24 February – Georgina Brown

‘Exquisite couture gowns are to die for’

Sunday Times – 24 February – John Peter/David Jays

‘Delicious New Look costumes’

‘Christopher Fry’s exquisite translation’
‘a lovely cast of eccentrics’