This Week in London: Anything Goes and Betrayal Open

News   This Week in London: Anything Goes and Betrayal Open
This week sees two major productions open in London.

Anything Goes opens at Drury Lane on Tuesday, Oct. 7 for an open-ended run. Cole Porter's feel-good 1930s musical, set on a transatlantic liner, transfers from the National to the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, with a cast headed by John Barrowman and Sally-Ann Triplett. Songs include "You're the Top," "Blow, Gabriel Blow," "All Through the Night," "You're the Top" and "Anything Goes."

Betrayal opens at the Duchess Theatre on Wednesday, Oct. 8 — booking now through Jan. 31, 2004. Sir Peter Hall's revival of Harold Pinter's three-handed love affair, first seen at the Theatre Royal, Bath, earlier this year is a drama told in reverse order of events.

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