David Tennant returns to the West End

David Tennant returns to the West End  David Tennant returns to the West End starring in Patrick Marber’s play Don Juan in Soho. Tennant who is most famously known for his starring role as the 10th doctor in Doctor Who first appeared on the West End in 2001 playing Benedick in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. In January 2009 he also appeared in the production of Hamlet at the Novello theatre which became one of the most popular plays of the year. David Tennant has also appeared on the West End in the title role, Richard II at Stratford-upon-Avon, which then relocated to the Barbican Centre in London.

And now David Tennant will return to the West End in spring 2017 playing the title role in Patrick Marber’s Don Juan in Soho, opening on 28th March and running for only eleven weeks at the Wyndham theatre.

This play, written and directed by Patrick Marber, has been described as a contemporary take on the Moliere 1665 comedy Dom Juan that shouldn’t be missed. Dom Juan in Soho first premiered on the West End in 2006 and received strong and excellent reviews. The play has now relocated to the heart of Soho as David Tennant returns playing Don Juan, a legendary character. Tennant has an impressive career behind him from starring in lead roles in Doctor Who, Broadchurch, Jessica Jones and featuring in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

Tickets are available now so this is your chance to see the popular and great Scottish actor on the West End in this show in London. The play runs for 11 weeks from March 2017, so get your tickets now to experience Don Juan in Soho and not miss out on this play that could be one of the best shows in London.

Buy tickets for Don Juan in Soho at Boxofficetheatre.co.uk – click this link