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Singin’ in the Rain tickets – Thrilling choreography and a classic score.
Singin’ in the Rain must rank as one of the most powerful feel-good shows in the West End, with its sophisticated score, incredible choreography and fast-paced action. If you’ve ever fantasised about being able to dance like Hollywood stars Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds, you’ll fall head over heels with this superb production based on the original black and white movie, a classic of its time. If you loved the film, experiencing the action live on stage will knock your socks off!
The plot line takes you back to the roaring ‘20s, when flappers danced the Charlston ‘til dawn and wore holes in their dancing shoes. Silent films are on the way out and the ‘talkies’ are on the horizon, sounding the death knell for silent film star Don Lockwood and his leading lady, the mean, manipulative and downright and nasty Lina Lamont with her unpleasantly scratchy voice. Lina knows she’s about to be thrown from the limelight into obscurity, and she’s furious about it. Luckily for her, the lovely young chorus girl Kathy, who loves Don, has a wonderful voice and might be able to stop disaster in its tracks.
Will Don and Kathy’s love survive or will Lina Lamont win the day? The story unfolds against a background of incredibly complicated, skilful and marvellously elegant dance routines that wow the audience night after night, a feast of colour, music and dance that’ll leave you breathless. Jonathan Church’s fresh production is packed with classic tunes you’ll recognise from the movie, including Good Morning, Make ‘em Laugh and Moses Supposes. Add Andrew Wright’s masterful choreography and Simon Higlett’s amazing stage sets and you get a theatre experience you’ll never forget.
Why not book your Singin’ in the Rain cheap tickets now and treat yourself to a feel-good show like no other?
Playing at Sadlers Wells
No under 5's
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- Booking from: Tuesday, 1 September 2020
Sunday, 8 November 2020