Frank and Percy Tickets
Ian McKellen and Roger Allam star in this witty and charming two-hander about connection, friendship and taking chances.
See Theatre Legends on Stage with Frank and Percy TicketsDon’t miss your chance to see acting legends Ian McKellen and Roger Allam team up for a new comedy at The Other Palace Theatre this autumn! Frank and Percy is a poignant, witty and funny two-hander about friendship and being brave enough to make a few changes. After a hit premiere at Theatre Royal Windsor in July, two of our best stage actors make a formidable duo in the West End for a strictly limited season.
About Frank and PercyWalk through any park and you’re likely to see old men sitting on park benches and watching their dogs play. Have you ever wondered what are they talking about? Frank and Percy lets us eavesdrop on a conversation about the weather, dogs, each other, and much more as these two men meet, exchange pleasantries, and begin to form an unexpected but heartfelt relationship. But will they dare to take a chance, or will they stay in their comfort zones?
Frank and Percy premiered in Windsor earlier this year before transferring to Bath, and has been praised for having, “bark and bite in the most unexpected places” (The Evening Standard). This story about the bonds we find in the most mundane of places is a charming show that will enthrall just as much as the glitziest musical.
Roger Allam and Ian McKellen in Frank and PercyRoger Allam and Ian McKellen need little introduction; they this blossoming relationship to life with warmth, wit and a glint in their eyes, proving why they are two of the mot beloved and acclaimed actors in the UK.
Roger Allam is a three-time Olivier Award-winner, with credits including the original West End production of Les Misérables and television shows The Thick Of It, Endeavour and Game of Thrones.
Ian McKellen’s career spans stage and screen, from his Academy Award-nominated portrayal of Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings to several Shakespeare plays including Hamlet, Richard III and King Lear.