David Tennant To Return To West End for Don Juan In Soho Next Spring



David Tennant is to return to the West End next spring.  David will star in a new production of Patrick Marber's Don Juan In Soho at Wyndham’s theatre in London, directed by Marber himself.
Marber’s contemporary take on the classic Molière comedy Dom Juan, premiered at the Donmar Warehouse in December 2006, directed by Michael Grandage.

About Don Juan In Soho:
The infamous, amoral hedonist in a society entranced by sensation. Moliere's farcical, tragic, anarchic Don Juan (1665) is the inspiration for Patrick Marber's play in which the action of the original is relocated to present day Soho, London.
Whereas Moliere condemned his anti-hero to a literal Hell, Marber condemns him to a hell of his own making.



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