Jennifer Ellison is returning to the West End, joining the cast of Matthew Warchus' critically acclaimed production of "Boeing-Boeing."
Already moves on from her split with her longterm boyfriend, Jennifer Ellison is heading for West End, about to mark her return with a starring role in Matthew Warchus' critically acclaimed production of "Boeing-Boeing."
Concerning her taking part in the play, the actress-model will portray the role of American air hostess Gloria in the comedy tells about a successful yet playboy architect in Paris named Bernard who is juggling three fiancees. The role was previously played by actress Amy Nuttall.
Ellison and Tracy-Ann Oberman are both new additions to the current cast, including Adrian Dunbar, Doon Mackichan, Nuttall, Rhea Perlman, Elena Roger, Neil Stuke, and Kevin McNally who's been billed to play Bernard from September 3rd to 29th, 2007.
Ellison will begin her stint on October 1st later this year with the production of "Boeing-Boeing" is to extend booking until January 5th next year. Performances are Monday to Saturday at 7:30PM with Thursday and Saturday matinees at 2:30PM. Tickets (£15 - £45.00, plus concessions) can be purchased by calling 0870 0606637 or visit .