Breakfast at Tiffany's featuring Anna Friel set for September 2009 West End run
Posted: 21st May 2009
Truman Capote's classic 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' is set for the West End stage this autumn, playing at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket from 9th September.
Currently set to run for five months, the Haymarket production has been adapted by UK-based Australian playwright and screenwriter Samuel Adamson. Adamson has many West End productions under his belt, including 2007's 'All About My Mother' at the Old Vic - his stage adaptation of Pedro Almodóvar's 'Todo sobre mi madre' and, more recently 'Little Eyolf' which opened at the Royal National Theatre in January this year.
The production will see Anna Friel is the lead role as Holly Golightly' (famously played by Audrey Hepburn in the 1961 film) - the good-time girl from Manhattan, with American actor Joseph Cross (Running with Scissors, Milk, Flags of our Fathers) playing William 'Fred' Parsons.
The show is directed by award-winning British theatre/ film director Sean Mathias, with design by award-winning British set and costume designer Anthony Ward, who worked on the recent hit production of Oliver!
Tickets range from £15 to £49.50 + booking and are available now.