Man of La Mancha, with Kelsey Grammer (Apr 2019)

London Coliseum, 8 St. Martin’s Lane, Trafalgar Square, London
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Dates & Time:
26th April to 8th June 2019
Tickets & Cost:
From £15. See

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Director: Lonny Price; Cast: (the cast may change on different dates) Kelsey Grammer, Danielle de Niese, Cassidy Janson, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Peter Polycarpou

The London Coliseum will be putting on a production of Man of La Mancha with Kelsey Grammer (Frasier), and Nicholas Lyndhurst (Only Fools And Horses).

It tells the story of Cervantes, a prisoner who fell foul of the Spanish Inquisition, but determined not to be fearful in the face of grave adversity. As he's sitting in his cell awaiting his fate he transforms the world around him into that of Don Quixote, complete with chivalrous knights and unabashed love.

This must-see production will see Kelsey Grammer making his West End debut alongside the international opera star Danielle de Niese. Nicholas 'Rodney' Lyndhurst will be joining them as the innkeeper/governor.


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