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Jerusalem - One of the Best London Plays to Hit the Stage

Very few plays become regarded as one of the most exciting productions to ever hit the stage, but Jez Butterworth's play Jerusalem has done just that.

While London is the host to many fantastic productions year on year, this fantastic London play is undoubtedly one of the most comical productions in recent years, which is some feat.

Jerusalem has already been subject to critical acclaim which has ultimately led to its return to the West End stage. The play, which was originally performed at the renowned London theatre venue The Royal Court Theatre, was transferred to the Apollo Theatre in January 2010 and London theatre tickets are now available until the 14th January 2012.

The show stars Mackenzie Crook (The Office) and Mark Rylance (The Other Boleyn Girl) as Ginger and Johnny "Rooster" Byron. The London play, which takes place on Saint George's Day, is about wanted man Johnny as Troy Whitworth wants to cause him harm and a large gang are after his wide supply of drugs and alcohol. The events in the play lead to some farcical meetings, stunning theatricality and exceptional performances that will leave audiences begging for more once the curtain comes down.

Here at we are delighted to offer our customer cheap theatre tickets for the best London plays, and Jerusalem is no exception. We can provide you with the best seats in the theatre at an affordable price that most of our online rivals cannot match.
Written by LondonTheatreStore on 08 November 2011 10:42:00

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