NOW ON SALE ACROSS CINEMAS WORLDWIDE
“Toby Stephens and Anna Chancellor are irresistibly well-matched” (Metro) as glamorous divorcées Elyot and Amanda whose love for one another is unexpectedly rekindled when they take adjoining suites of a French hotel while honeymooning with their new spouses five years later.
“Their chemistry proves spectacularly combustible” (the Daily Telegraph) in this “scintillating and sexy revival” (The Mail on Sunday). This chance encounter instantly reignites their passion, and they fling themselves headlong into a whirlwind of love and lust once more, without a thought for their new partners “played with distinction” (The Daily Telegraph) by Anthony Calf and Anna-Louise Plowman.
Following a sell-out run at Chichester Festival Theatre, this “deliciously fresh revival” (Evening Standard) has been “transplanted to West End splendour” (The Times) in an explosive production that is “first-class fun” (Daily Mail) and “giddily enjoyable” (Financial Times).
Noël Coward’s Private Lives is the second title in CinemaLive and Digital Theatre’s West End Theatre Series.
Private Lives will be broadcast to cinemas across America for one night only on 11 December 2013 and in UK cinemas from 6 February 2014. More territories will be added soon.
Tickets are now on sale – Click here to book online at a cinema near you.
For more information and participating cinemas visit www.cinemalive.com.
‘Toby Stephens and Anna Chancellor give the most scorchingly sexy performances in London’
Mail on Sunday
‘Anna Chancellor and Toby Stephens are irresistibly well-matched.’
"Two hours of comic bliss. A gloriously entertaining evening"
The Daily Telegraph
'Racy, pacey and side-achingly funny'
‘A rib-tickling return of a masterpiece’
"‘A dazzling, razor-sharp revival that crackles with sexual electricity."
"Toby Stephens is superb – I haven't seen him give a better performance."
"The sense of glee radiating from the stage is palpable. Unmitigated fun"
"Toby Stephens and Anna Chancellor are utterly delightful."
"This production of Coward's masterpiece is the best in a decade."
"Jonathan Kent’s superb production is forever young, fresh and delightful"
The Daily Telegraph