Theatre: Glengarry Glen Ross Signed Poster

My amazing signed poster by the cast of the recent West End production of Glengarry Glen Ross starring the one and only Christian Slater arrived last week! I won it in a competition on Facebook which was set up the play’s page! All I had to do was like and comment on it, I was wondering though the fact that my Facebook profile picture is with Christian Slater helped my cause.

Just incase you did not remember I met him (Christian Slater Stage Door) but I managed to miss getting his autograph so to win the full cast signed poster is just fantastic as you can see the cast was fantastic not forgetting to mention that it’s amazing quality.


Thanks to the social media team for picking me as a winner on Facebook!

9 thoughts on “Theatre: Glengarry Glen Ross Signed Poster

  1. […] January started off in spectacular theatre fashion as I started the New Year in London travelling down on the 2nd and staying for three nights. Managing an incredible five shows in three days!  First up was Follies at the National Theatre the night before it closed and it was an amazing way to start off my year! Read the full review here. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie was a new musical I had been following since its Sheffield opening and then transfer to the West End. It was a thrill to see it so early in its run and has so much going for it. Read the full review here. I also got to meet John McCrea at the stage door! Then another visit to see Young Frankenstein the Musical for what would be my final time seeing Ross Noble as Igor. Plus another stage door visit for this wonderful cast. It was then the day for the big one Hamilton the show everyone had been talking about after being the talk of Broadway! Read the full review here. But I had a nightmare with my seat being full price yet a restricted view! I had queued in the morning for day seats for Glengarry Glen Ross as Christian Slater had taken on the leading role. I was in the front row and it was fantastic to see him on stage from such a close angle! It’s a powerful play which is still more than relevant today. Read the full review here. I also got to meet Christian Slater and the stage door and then later won a cast signed poster!  […]


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