Plaza Suite with Sarah Jessica Parker extends West End run

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick in Plaza Suite. The pair are seen arguing over a couch in a hotel room
PLAZA SUITE. Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick. Photo Joan Marcus

There’s two more weeks to see Sarah Jessica Parker in London’s West End!

Neil Simon’s beloved comedy Plaza Suite has announced an extension of its run at the Savoy Theatre. The show will now entertain audiences until 13 April 2023, with tickets on sale now from £25.

In a bid to make the show accessible to a wider audience, the producers have ensured that a third of the seats for each performance are priced at £55 or less.

Additionally, fans can look forward to the daily lottery system, which offers a unique opportunity to purchase front row tickets for a fraction of the price.

Each performance will feature ten exclusive front-row tickets, available only to winners of the daily lottery. This lottery is drawn every Monday, covering all performances in the forthcoming week. Winners, chosen randomly, will receive a special booking link to purchase a maximum of two tickets.

Plaza Suite is directed by Tony Award winner John Benjamin Hickey and features a stellar cast. Two-time Tony Award winner Matthew Broderick and two-time Emmy Award® winner Sarah Jessica Parker lead the cast, with Parker making her West End debut.

They are accompanied by Rohit Gokani, Charlie Oscar, and Eric Sirakian, among others. The production also includes notable understudies and standbys such as Nick Barclay and Caroline Sheen.

The play presents Broderick and Parker portraying three distinct couples in a single hotel room. From a long-married couple facing relationship challenges to high school sweethearts rekindling their romance, and anxious parents at their daughter’s wedding, Plaza Suite offers a humorous yet insightful exploration of relationships.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.

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