DAVID SUCHET RETURNS TO HAMPSTEAD THEATRE'S MAIN STAGE IN
POIROT AND MORE, A RETROSPECTIVE
FOR JUST 18 PERFORMANCES
Running time: 2 hours, 40 minutes including an interval
A charming treat for fans… The beloved British actor takes to the stage to share stories and insights from his glittering career - Including the secrets behind that moustache, walk and voice.
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15 - 29 Mar 2023
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★★★★ ‘The veteran actor is a charming presence, telling us how he brought those little grey Belgian cells to life’ Daily Telegraph
★★★★ ‘A delight’ Daily Mail
★★★★ The Times
★★★★ Broadway World
★★★★ The Reviews Hub
‘A charming treat for fans… The beloved British actor takes to the stage to share stories and insights from his glittering career - Including the secrets behind that moustache, walk and voice.’ Daily Express
Following its hugely successful West End run, Hampstead Theatre audiences are invited to experience this rare opportunity to gain an insight into the work of one of the most celebrated and fascinating actors of our time. Join us in conversation with the man, the actor and his many roles. This fascinating look at David’s career spanning five decades and a multiplicity of roles, will enable you to witness some of his most feted performances in a new and intimate light.
For over 25 years he captivated millions around the world as Agatha Christie’s elegant Belgian detective. But beyond Poirot, this Emmy-winning and multi Olivier award-nominated actor has been celebrated for playing iconic roles such as Lady Bracknell, Cardinal Benelli and Sigmund Freud. And on stages around the world, he has also brought the literary greats to life, including Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde and Edward Albee.
Take your seat at this once-in-a-lifetime event, as we go behind the screen and curtain with a legend.
David Suchet will be joined on stage by his esteemed friend and colleague Geoffrey Wansell. Schooled at Haberdasher’s Aske’s School, then in Hampstead, Wansell’s career in journalism started at the Times Educational Supplement, after which he joined The Times and then The Observer as Pendennis columnist in 1977. He has written biographies on Sir Terence Rattigan, Cary Grant and Frederick West and regularly contributes to magazines and newspapers around the world. His interest in true crime writing has led to numerous podcasts and television series including True Crime Podcast Blood Ties and Murder by the Sea for CBS Reality TV.
A limited number of signed copies of David Suchet's books Poirot and Me and Behind the Lens, My Life can be purchased at Hampstead Theatre
An Audio Introduction is available for this production. This is a pre-recorded introduction describing the set, characters and costumes and includes an interview with the cast.
Click here to listen to the Poirot and More, A Retrospective Audio Introduction
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DAVID SUCHET WITH GEOFFREY WANSELL
ORIGINAL LIGHTING DESIGN
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