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The Company of Noises Off at Lyric Hammersmith. Photo Credit: Helen Maybanks

The Company of Noises Off at Lyric Hammersmith. Photo Credit: Helen Maybanks

First look: Noises Off production photos

Eleni Cashell

By Eleni Cashell First Published 2 July 2019, Last Updated 2 July 2019

After a forty year wait, the critically acclaimed comedy Noises Off is returning to the Lyric Hammersmith, after premiering there back in 1982.

A multi-award winning farcical show about the on and off-stage shenanigans of actors and backstage crew trying to put on a show, it’s no surprise that this is an iconic British comedy. And we’ve got some exciting production pictures to share with you!

With technical brilliance and split-second timing, you’ll get a behind the scenes look at the world of theatre, in this hilarious and heartfelt tribute to its unpredictability.

The show stars BAFTA nominee Meera Syal (The Kumars At No. 42), Lloyd Owen (Cleaning Up, ITV) and Daniel Rigby (Best Actor BAFTA winner for BBC Two’s Eric & Ernie). Joining them are>Lois Chimimba, Jonathan Cullen, Debra Gillett, Amy Morgan, Enyi Okoronkwo and Simon Rouse.

Noises Off will run until 27 July. Tickets are available now.



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