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Gemma Arterton stars as the title character in the critically acclaimed Shakespeare’s Globe production of Nell Gwynn. The Quantum Of Solace actress plays the cheeky, charming and clever mistress of Charles II. As the new monarch explodes on to the scene for a love of all things loud, French and sexy, at Drury Lane the young Nell Gwynn, who went on to become one of the first and most acclaimed women to appear on the London stage, is selling oranges for a sixpence, unaware that she has a rather important admirer. Last seen on the London stage in the musical stage adaptation of Made In Dagenham, Nell Gwynn marks Arterton’s third outing for the Globe following 2014’s The Duchess Of Malfi and 2007’s Love’s Labour’s Lost. While the actress is arguably best known for her film credits, which include The Voices, Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters and Tamara Drewe, Arterton recently picked up the award for Newcomer in a Musical at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards. Nell Gwynn is written by Jessica Swale and directed by Christopher Luscombe..

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Shaftesbury Avenue, London, United Kingdom, W1D 7EZ


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You can find the Apollo Theatre on Shaftsbury Avenue right in the heart of the West End. The theatre can be accessed by Leicester Square, Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus tube stations. It is also serviced by many bus routes, plus rail links via Charing Cross Station on the Strand.

The theatre is on main bus routes that run down Shaftsbury Avenue, around Piccadilly Circus and Charing Cross Road including 14,19, 22B, 38,53,88,94,159.

It is within the Congestion Charge Zone (7am until 6pm). The nearest car parks are Denman St and Brewer Street Car Park and Masterpark - Chinatown, Newport Place.

If you use the Q-Park scheme in conjunction with London theatres you could get a reduction of up to 50% on parking in the West End. Nearest participating car park can be found in Poland St, Soho.

Piccadilly Tube 0.2 miles 1 minute walk
Leicester Square Tube 0.3 miles 6 minute walk
Oxford Circus Tube 0.5 miles 10 minute walk
Charing Cross Tube and Mainline Station 0.6 miles 12 minutes


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Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 7ES

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Theatre  Theatre
APOLLO THEATRE
Booking Period  Booking Period
Until April 30, 2016
Cast Update  Cast Update
Gemma Arterton, Paige Carter, Michele Dotrice, Matthew Durkan, Michael Garner, Greg Haiste, George Jennings, Ellie Leah, Peter McGovern, David Rintoul, Anneika Rose, Nicholas Shaw, David Sturzaker, Jay Taylor, Sasha Waddell, Sarah Woodward
Musical by  Musical By
Christopher Luscombe
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Gemma Arterton stars as the title character in the critically acclaimed Shakespeare’s Globe production of Nell Gwynn. The Quantum Of Solace actress plays the cheeky, charming and clever mistress of Charles II. As the new monarch explodes on to the scene for a love of all things loud, French and sexy, at Drury Lane the young Nell Gwynn, who went on to become one of the first and most acclaimed women to appear on the London stage, is selling oranges for a sixpence, unaware that she has a rather important admirer. Last seen on the London stage in the musical stage adaptation of Made In Dagenham, Nell Gwynn marks Arterton’s third outing for the Globe following 2014’s The Duchess Of Malfi and 2007’s Love’s Labour’s Lost. While the actress is arguably best known for her film credits, which include The Voices, Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters and Tamara Drewe, Arterton recently picked up the award for Newcomer in a Musical at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards. Nell Gwynn is written by Jessica Swale and directed by Christopher Luscombe.

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