British TV Stars to Appear in Much Ado About Nothing

Heads up, Doctor Who fans! This summer, David Tennant and Catherine Tate, who played the Doctor and his companion Donna Noble for several seasons on the hit BBC series, are scheduled to appear together on stage for the first time in a brand-new production of William Shakespeare's comedy Much Ado About Nothing. Neither star is a stranger to Shakespeare, or to the stage: Tennant recently earned raves playing Hamlet for the Royal Shakespeare Company, and Tate is also a veteran of the prestegious group.

The play will open at the Wyndham's Theatre, from May 16 until September 3. For tickets, call 011-44-844-482-5120.

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