VenueDonmar Warehouse
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From19th November 2004
Opened29th November 2004
To12th February 2005
WhenTue-Sat 19:30. Wed,Sat Mats 14:30
PricesFrom £15.00. To £32.50.
What is currently on at Donmar Warehouse (V389)
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Grand Hotel

Grand HotelT1396429105
Come, spend a night or two in the world's most opulent, extravagant hotel. Perhaps you will find your fortune there, perhaps you will find true love, perhaps all of your dreams will come true... perhaps... The Grand Hotel is bustling with eccentric and sometimes dubious guests: amongst them a fading prima ballerina being forced to dance again; a fatally ill Jewish bookkeeper who wants to spend his final days living in luxury; a young, handsome, but destitute Baron; a cynical doctor suffering from World War I wounds; an honest businessman going bad as he faces financial ruin and a typist dreaming of Hollywood stardom. Over the course of a weekend, their extraordinary stories interweave with each other and the hotel's hardworking staff. Stylish and elegant, based on the Greta Garbo film of the same name, the show tells eight interwoven stories of life and death.
Book by Luther Davis
Music Robert Wright
Music George Forrest
Lyrics Robert Wright
Lyrics George Forrest
Music Maury Yeston

Archive :: production:T1396429105, musical:S0720034089, venue:V389

Production details

Special Performances

  • 14 Dec 04 Open Captioned (STAGETEXT)
  • 12 Jan 05 Sign Interpreted Signed by Wendy Ebsworth
  • 15 Jan 05 Audio Described Touch Tour 13:30


Corporate Sponsor SAP
Director Michael Grandage
Design Christopher Oram
Lighting Hugh Vanstone
Choreographer Adam Cooper
Director Jae Alexander (music)
Sound Terry Jardine (for Autograph)
Performer Mary-Elizabeth Mastrantonio (Elizaveta Grushinskaya)
Performer Helen Baker (Flaemmchen)
Performer Julian Ovenden (Baron Felix von Gaigern)
Performer Daniel Evans (Otto Kringelein)
Performer Gillian Bevan (Raffaella)
Performer Martyn Ellis (Herman Preysing)
Performer Gary Raymond (Colonel-Doctor)
Performer Sara Annis
Performer Hattie Bayton
Performer David Birrell
Performer John Conroy
Performer Elizabeth Cooper-Gee
Performer Paul Hazel
Performer David Lukas
Performer Graham Macduff
Performer Joseph Noble
Performer Sevan Stephan

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