주소: Saint Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, London WC2N 4ES
Defined as “one of the most moving pieces ever seen on the stage”, inspired by a novel by Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote della Mancha, Man of La Mancha, returns to the West End, for the first time in 50 years in a new production. One of the most beloved and longest-running musicals of all time - which, starting on Broadway in 1965 went on to complete 2.328 performances - comes to the stage of the London Coliseum with the legendary hit The Impossible Dream. Kelsey Grammer (in the role of Don Quixote), Danielle de Niese - who plays Dulcinea, alternating with Cassidy Janson - Nicholas Lyndhurst and Peter Polycarpou (Sancho Panza) are the stars of this exuberant and timeless tale that accompanies the public through the adventures of Don Quixote as he follows his impossible dream on the trail of the beautiful Dulcinea. Obstinate in defending what is good and right against all adversity, the courageous protagonist convinces the spectators to follow his unreachable star along with him.
From Vienna to the Tate Modern, the Playful Inventions of Franz West
Disturbing forms and ice-cream colours, psycho-analysis and punk provocations - the journey of a pioneer of interactive art starts from here. It’s all waiting to be discovered in a large exhibition in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou.