Marc Warren in Cool Hand Luke at Aldwych Theatre

“Wherever you go and what ever you do, always play a real cool hand”

Beneath a scorching Florida sun, Boss Godfrey watches the chain gang. Keeps his eye on Cool Hand Luke. War hero, trouble-maker, inspiration to his fellow inmates. And just the man Boss wants to crush…

Starring Marc Warren (Hustle, Mad Dogs) as the charismatic rebel, COOL HAND LUKE is the hard-hitting story of a true original. He’ll play it real cool in the face of brutality. He’ll always get back up after a beating. He’ll eat fifty eggs in an hour, to win a bet. A man who won’t conform no matter what it costs.

In a powerful new adaptation for the stage by Emma Reeves, based on Donn Pearce’s acclaimed novel, and directed by Andrew Loudon Cool Hand Luke is the raw, uncompromising tale of sticking it to “The Man”.

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The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice is now on Sale at Vaudeville Theatre

The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice is now on sale at Vaudeville Theatre until 30-Jan-2010.

Lesley Sharp, Marc Warren and Diana Vickers are to star in the first major West End revival of Jim Cartwright’s multi award-winning play, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice.

Mari sees Ray Say as her last chance. Ray Say sees Little Voice as his ticket to the big time. Little Voice just wants a normal life and to be loved.

Painfully shy, Little Voice spends her days in the sanctuary of her bedroom impersonating the divas from her late, adored father’s record collection. Shirley Bassey, Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, Cilla Black – LV can do them all. Downstairs her frustrated, out of control mother fantasises of a better life. When she meets small time club agent Ray Say she thinks it’s her way out. When Ray Say hears Little Voice sing, he thinks it’s his ticket to the big time. Little Voice just wants a normal life and to be loved.

‘It’s private’ cried Little Voice as Ray Say whispers, ‘You’re a star.’

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice by multi-award winning playwright Jim Cartwright and is directed by Terry Johnson (La Cage aux Folles, Rain Man, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest). It won both the Evening Standard and Olivier Awards for Best Comedy in 1992.

Diana Vickers: Her talent came to light when she entered the “X Factor” in 2008 and her journey saw her survive nine weeks of live shows. Diana is taking a short break from recording her debut album to take the role in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice.

Lesley Sharp: Lesley is one of Britain’s best loved and respected actresses with an extensive career in theatre, television and film. She has won numerous best actress awards as well as being nominated for two Baftas, two Oliviers and the Evening Standard Best Actress Award.

Marc Warren: Marc has enjoyed a distinguished 20-year career in television, best known as Danny Blue in four series of the BBC1 drama, “Hustle”.

Book Tickets for The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice at Vaudeville Theatre