Dame Sian Phillips and Christopher Biggins are part of the star-studded line up set to grace the stage at Richmond Theatre later this year.

Derek Griffiths will star alongside Dame Phillips in the 30th Anniversary production of Driving Miss Daisy whilst Biggins will star in what is set to be his final pantomime performance, in Aladdin, during the Christmas season.

With other well-known names lined-up for the July to December, the upcoming season will include edge-of-your-seat drama, side-splitting comedy, toe-tapping one night performances, and uplifting family fun.

Steve Joyce, Richmond’s Acting General Manager, said: “Our new season offers something for everyone and we look forward to welcoming customers from every generation to the Theatre.

“This autumn promises to be an exceptional season of quality live entertainment for theatre lovers of all ages.”

Frank Matcham’s architectural and historic masterpiece will play host to outstanding drama in the coming months, whilst Martin Shaw will follow the trend of American politics, appearing in The Best Man.

The drama continues as Jemma Redgrave and Oliver Cotton star in Tom Kempinski’s enthralling play Duet for One and family favourite David Walliams presents his latest children’s novel to be brought on stage with the ever popular Awful Auntie.

To view the full Richmond Theatre brochure visit http://issuu.com/atgtickets/docs/richmond_july_-_december_2017