West End Stones In His Pockets to Change Theatres

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Marie Jones' long-running comedy Stones In His Pockets will move from the Duke of York's to the New Ambassador's on July 12.

Stones In His Pockets tells the story of the effect that a Hollywood film company, arriving for a location shoot, has on a small Irish village. Essentially a comedy, it also has moments of tragedy.

The play itself is much admired, but its main claim to fame is that the entire cast, plus the villagers, are all played by two actors.

Stones In His Pockets has won an Olivier and an Evening Standard Award for Best Comedy, and has been performed all over the world. The play will receive a new press night, at its new home, on July 21, when the cast will be Rupert Degas and Hugh Lee.

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