Never performed in the author’s lifetime due to the climate at the time, this is the first major production of a work which gives a fascinating insight into the glamorous and sometimes scandalous island lifestyle which Coward himself enjoyed.
Recently widowed Adela Shelly finds herself being seduced by the suave Guy Littleton, a visitor to her elegant Pacific house on the side of an island volcano. When Guy’s acid-tongued wife Melissa decides to fly in to see off the competition, she hasn’t contemplated that Adela’s best friend, Ellen, might also be falling for her husband… and as tensions bubble up from under the surface and begin to erupt, so does the volcano, all with explosive consequence.
To be in with a chance to win one of three pairs of tickets to see Volcano (normally £47.50 each), all you had to do was to send in the answer to the following question:
What was Noel Coward's last film ?
And the answer was:
'The Italian Job'
And the winners, selected at random from all those who sent in the correct answer, were:
Emma Batchelor - Citi
Stephen Ramanauskas - Credit-Suisse
David Stoll - Partners Wealth Management
For more information or to book tickets, press here
Noel Coward’s Volcano in the West End for 7 weeks only!
404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
Dates: Tuesday 14th August to Saturday 29th September
Terms and conditions
Prize must be taken before 29 September 2012. Prize is valid on all performances excluding Friday and Saturday nights. Subject to availability. Prize is as stated and cannot be transferred or exchanged. No cash alternative with be offered.