A trailer (watch the trailer here) has been released for the stage production of My Beautiful Laundrette, which shows at the Coventry Belgrade Theatre late this month. The trailer includes No Boundaries, the B-side track to Pet Shop Boys' hotly anticipated new single, Dreamland. The legendary pop duo have contributed brand new music to the show.
Following a successful opening at Curve in Leicester, which saw it pick up multiple four and five-star reviews, the stage adaptation of Hanif Kureishi’s groundbreaking 1985 film runs at the Belgrade from 29 October to 2 November.
Kureishi has himself adapted his movie for the stage, with Curve’s Artistic Director, Nikolai Foster, directing the production and Gordon Warnecke, who starred as Omar in the original film, appearing in the role of Omar’s father.
Tickets for the show are available to book now by calling the Belgrade on 024 7655 3055 or visiting www.belgrade.co.uk where prices are cheaper.
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