Headed by Edward Snape, FIERY ANGEL is a theatrical Production Company that produces and presents drama, musicals and event theatre in London and on tour throughout the United Kingdom, and internationally. According to Whatsonstage.com, they plan on bringing a sequel to THE 39 STEPS and ME AND MY GIRL to the West End.
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THE 39 STEPS is currently in its fifth year at the Criterion Theatre in London's West End and has just completed its third year in New York. It won the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy in 2007, two Tony Awards for the Broadway production in 2008 and a Moliere in Paris, 2010. The play has been presented in over 40 territories worldwide.
Alongside the continued success of THE 39 STEPS Fiery Angel is currently developing a number of exciting projects as well working with Noel Gay and Sheffield Theatres on the acclaimed revival of ME AND MY GIRL.
Other Musical Theatre productions include: Boy George's original musical TABOO (UK Tour); a revival of Cameron Mackintosh's FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE (UK Tour); ME AND MY GIRL (UK Tour); several sell-out seasons with cabaret sensations FASCINATING AIDA (also in New York); and an Andalusian Flamenco version of CARMEN from Seville (Sadlers Wells).
Drama includes: Frederick Knott's DIAL M FOR MURDER, directed by Lucy Bailey (UK Tour); the transfer of the RSC's TYNAN, starring the late Corin Redgrave (West End); David Mamet's OLEANNA, starring Aaron Eckhart and Julia Stiles (West End); SHAKESPEARE'S R&J (West End and UK Tour); the award winning HURRICANE (West End and UK Tour); and Martin McDonagh's Olivier Award-winning comedy THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE (UK Tour).
Fiery Angel has a particular interest in developing and producing theatre for families. Children's theatre work includes: two stage adaptations of the hit television series LAZYTOWN and Roald Dahl's THE BFG. More recently PEPPA PIG'S PARTY has toured throughout the UK in 2010 and completed a sellout Christmas run in the West End. In 2011 Fiery Angel will be presenting the Children's Touring Partnership's stage adaptation of GOODNIGHT MR TOM with Chichester Festival Theatre.