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James McAvoy as the Cyrano de Bergerac

James McAvoy as the Cyrano de Bergerac

Famous faces on stage this autumn

Kitty Underwood

By Kitty Underwood First Published 11 October 2019, Last Updated 18 October 2019

There are stars from the big screen and small alike everywhere you look in the West End this autumn. Check out our handy list of famous faces on stage this autumn to make sure you don’t miss your favourite celebs taking a thespian turn.

James McAvoy in Cyrano de Bergerac

James McAvoy as the Cyrano de BergeracJames McAvoy as the Cyrano de Bergerac

Claire Skinner & Toby Stephens in A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg

The cast of A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg

Ian McKellen On Stage

Ian McKellen On Stage. Photo credit: Oliver Rosser, Feast CreativeIan McKellen On Stage. Photo by Oliver Rosser

Stephen Mangan & Kara Tointon in The Man In The White Suit

London Theatre News Today: The cast in The Man In The White Suit. Photo by Nobby ClarkThe cast in The Man In The White Suit. Photo by Nobby Clark

Sharon D Clarke & Wendell Pierce in Death Of A Salesman

Sharon D Clarke and Wendell Piece in Death Of A Salesman (Photo: Brinkhoff/Mogenburg)Sharon D Clarke and Wendell Piece in Death Of A Salesman. Photo by Brinkhoff/Mogenburg

Bonnie Langford, Brian Conley & Chelsea Halfpenny in 9 To 5 The Musical

Bonnie Langford as Roz Keith in 9 To 5. Photo by Pamela RaithBonnie Langford as Roz Keith in 9 To 5. Photo by Pamela Raith

Matt Smith & Claire Foy in Lungs

London Theatre News Today: Matt Smith and Claire Foy in rehearsal for Lungs. Photo by Manuel Harlan.Matt Smith and Claire Foy in rehearsal for Lungs. Photo by Manuel Harlan.

Danny Mac in Amelie The Musical and White Christmas

The original Curve production of White Christmas (Photo: Catherine Ashmore/Ellie Kurttz)The original Curve production of White Christmas Photo by Catherine Ashmore/Ellie Kurttz

Jay McGuinness & Kimberley Walsh in Big The Musical

Jay McGuiness &, Kimberley Walsh in Big The Musical. Photo by Alastair Muir

Paul O’Grady, Julian Clary, Gary Wilmott & Matt Baker in Goldilocks And The Three Bears

The cast of Goldilocks & The Three BearsThe cast of Goldilocks & The Three Bears

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