I’ll have what she’s having….
Fans of the Oscar winning film will be pleased to hear that the west-end production is coming to Dublin in the brand spanking new Grand Canal Theatre. Corrie’s Rupert Hill and Hollyoakes’ Sarah Jayne Dunn are playing the two leads, originally played by Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan in the Oscar winning movie.
The show starts on June 28th, with tickets on sale now. We’ve got 10 tickets (5 pairs) to give away to the opening night… Keep reading to try your luck in the competition below.
OFFICIAL SHOW SYNOPSIS
21 years on from the film’s release The Grand Canal Theatre is delighted to announce the new West End production of WHEN HARRY MET SALLY, which debuts in Dublin on the 28th June 2010 and runs through to the 3rd July 2010. Tickets are on sale now.
WHEN HARRY MET SALLY continues to be one of the most popular romantic comedies more than two decades after it hit the big screen starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan. The smash hit 1989 film directed by Rob Reiner spawned dozens of memorable lines and the burning question: ‘can a man and woman ever really just be friends?.
This new production stars Sarah Jayne Dunn as Sally (Mandy Richardson in Hollyoaks, also Boeing-Boeing and The Vagina Monologues) and Rupert Hill as Harry (Jamie Baldwin in Coronation Street).
WHEN HARRY MET SALLY spans a dozen years – the hilarious tale of two New Yorkers and the friendship that develops between them as they date (other people rather than one another!) and share the trials and tribulations of relationships. Warm and wonderfully witty with all the wisecracking sassiness you’d expect, this irresistible comedy has been faithfully adapted from the much-loved Academy Award winning film. The play features music by Ben Cullum and his brother, the jazz sensation, Jamie Cullum.
The show runs from June 28th to July 3rd.
Tickets are available from www.ticketmaster.ie or by phone booking Tel: 0818 719 377
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