First Look at the West End Revival of Love In Idleness

Production Photos   First Look at the West End Revival of Love In Idleness
Terence Rattigan’s play, directed by Trevor Nunn, is currently running at the Menier Chocolate Factory.
Eve Best and Edward Bluemel Catherine Ashmore

Terence Rattigan’s Love in Idleness, a 1944 re-working of his earlier play Less than Kind, a vehicle for the Lunts (Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne), is receiving first West End revival since its original production when the current Menier Chocolate Factory production transfers to the Apollo Theatre.

It is currently running at the Menier through April 29; it will then resume performances at the Apollo May 11 prior to an official opening May 18, for a run of 50 performances only through July 1.

Flip through photos of the production below:

To book tickets, which are on public sale from March 29, contact the box office on 0330 333 4809 or visit


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