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Rip It Up – The 60s

Following a successful UK tour, Rip It Up – The 60s makes its home in the West End for a four-month season. It stars a supergroup foursome: McFly’s Harry Judd, Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, JLS’s Aston Merrygold and The Wanted’s Jay McGuinness. This celebration of the 1960s features dance, song, acrobatics and show-stopping visuals, bringing the era to life in all its psychedelic glory. Playing at the Garrick Theatre from February 2019, it’s ready to win hearts and get bodies moving.

The boys share something in common: a passion for dance and a stint on Strictly Come Dancing. Aston, dubbed ‘The People’s Champion’, was a contestant on the 2017 series. Harry emerged as winner of the 2011 season, Louis won in 2012 and Jay was crowned champion in 2015. Putting their dance skills to good use, Harry, Louis and Aston set out on the UK wide tour of Rip It Up – The 60s in 2018. Now they are joined by Jay for the West End run, completing the talented foursome.

Big-hearted and uplifting, the show resurrects the buzz of the 60s with its distinctive culture and fashion, not to mention its iconic sounds. Listen to the music of British superstars such as The Beatles, The Who and The Rolling Stones, as well as music from American legends like The Doors, The Beach Boys and The Mamas & The Papas. All this is amplified with real footage of definitive moments from the era, and exciting celebrity contributions.

A dose of nostalgia delivered with infectious energy, Rip It Up – The 60s plays at the Garrick Theatre for a strictly limited run from 7 February 2019 to 2 June 2019.

Cast and Creative

Jay McGuinness is a former member of The Wanted, the boy band who earned international worldwide success with hits Glad You Came, All Time Low and more. Harry Judd is a drummer who rose to fame as a member of global pop phenomenon McFly. Aston Merrygold began his career as a member of X Factor runners-up JLS, going on to carve out a solo pop career. Louis Smith found fame in 2008 at the Beijing Olympics, winning a Bronze medal in the pommel horse.

Show Length and Times

Rip It Up – The 60s plays at the Garrick Theatre London from 7 February 2019 to 2 June 2019 with a press night on 12 February 2019. Performances are Wednesday to Sunday at 7.30pm, with matinees Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.

Suitable for Children?

The age recommendation for Rip It Up – The 60s is yet to be announced.

 

Adam Kay – This Is Going To Hurt

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Writer and comedian Adam Kay brings his hilarious and confronting show This Is Going To Hurt (Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor) to London’s Garrick Theatre for a strictly limited number of performances. Adapted from his Sunday Times bestselling book of the same name, the show promises a unique glimpse into the trials of an NHS junior doctor.

Combining wordplay, funny songs and squeamish recounts of hospital horror stories, the show is guaranteed to make you laugh, squirm and open your eyes, as first-hand observations offer up the real tribulations of a junior doctor. Earning rave reviews from audiences and critics alike, This Is Going to Hurt proves that laughter really is the best medicine.

Playing a for a limited run at the West End’s Garrick Theatre, Adam Kay – This Is Going To Hurt is a vivid, visceral and hugely entertaining stand-up performance that brings to life the diaries Kay kept during his time in the NHS. Fresh from sold-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the show arrives in London in October 2018.

Cast and Creative

Adam Kay is an award-winning writer and comedian, who has worked on shows including Mrs Brown’s Boys, Mitchell & Webb and Blind Date. Appearing on screen as a panellist on Newsnight, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and more, This Is Going To Hurt is the best-selling book and show, written and performed by Kay himself.

Show Lengths and Times

Adam Kay – This Is Going To Hurt plays at the Garrick Theatre London on 2, 3, 5 and 6 October 2018. Shows are at 8pm every day, aside from Saturday where there is a matinee at 2pm.

Show running time is approximately 1 hour 10 minutes, without an interval.

Suitable for Children?

Adam Kay – This Is Going To Hurt is recommended for those aged 12 and up.

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Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room

“tells some tart and triumphal tales”

“In Glitter Room it is not just Ryan’s outfit that sparkles.”

“Ryan’s broad appeal is undeniable”

Popular comedian Katherine Ryan arrives in the West End as part of a nationwide, sell-out tour, playing a limited season at the Garrick Theatre. Glitter Room plays at the London venue from September 2018.

Glitter Room is Ryan’s first UK tour since the hugely successful KATHBUM, which sold-out across the nation, and enjoyed runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. The tour culminated in a recorded show at the Hammersmith Apollo, which made Ryan Britain and Canada’s first and only woman to have a worldwide Netflix special.

Packed full of hilarious anecdotes, jokes and a pertinent take on society, Glitter Room is the show from the famous face that has appeared on Roast Battle, Your Face or Mine, Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo, plus Netflix’s Katherine Ryan: In Trouble.

Playing an uproarious, strictly limited season at the Garrick Theatre, Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room runs from 17 September to 13 October 2018.

Cast and Creative

Glitter Room is popular comedian Katherine Ryan’s latest stand-up show. A writer, performer and regular panellist on popular television shows, Ryan first appeared in the public eye in 2012, and has since gone on to dominate stage and screen.

Show Lengths and Times

Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room opens at the Garrick Theatre London on 17 September 2018 and is currently booking until 20 October 2018. Shows are at 8pm Monday to Saturday.

Show running time is approximately 2 hours, including an interval.

Suitable for Children?

Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room is recommended for those aged 14 and up.

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Don Quixote

Following an acclaimed opening at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Swan Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, Angus Jackson’s riotous 2016 production of Don Quixote transfers to the West End. Playing a strictly limited season at the Garrick Theatre, the production sees the return of David Threlfall and Rufus Hound as the iconic duo, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.

Adapted for the stage by journalist, literary critic and poet James Fenton, the production is based on Miguel de Cervantes’ original novel of the same name, which follows the adventurous title character as he embarks on his own quest of chivalry after reading countless books. Armed with a lance and a sword, he decides to become a wandering knight, rescuing the helpless and defeating the evil.

Unfortunately, Don Quixote is tremendously unprepared, and quickly loses his grip on reality. Accompanied by his loyal, but equally unprepared, companion Sancho Panza, the two set out on a hilarious, haphazard adventure in this farcical adaptation of a famous novel.

Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company, the production is once again directed by Angus Jackson, whose credits span numerous productions with the RSC. A hugely funny, lyrical and energetic take on a classic novel, Don Quixote plays at London’s Garrick Theatre for a strictly limited season, running from 27 October 2018 to 2 February 2019.

Cast and Creative

Don Quixote is adapted for the stage from Miguel de Cervantes’ original novel by poet James Fenton. Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company and Nica Burns, the production is directed by Angus Jackson (Coriolanus, Julius Caesar) and features original songs by Grant Olding. The production also features design by Robert Innes Hopkins, lighting design by Mark Henderson and sound design by Fergus O’Hare, with comedy direction by Cal McCrystal, movement by Lucy Cullingford, puppetry design and direction by Toby Olie and fight direction by Malcolm Ransom.

David Threlfall and Rufus Hound return to reprise their roles as Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, respectively. Threlfall is best-known for his television roles in Channel 4’s Shameless, What Remains and Troy: Fall of a City, whilst Hound’s recent stage work includes Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Wind in the Willows and Present Laughter.

Show Lengths and Times

Don Quixote plays at the Garrick Theatre London from 27 October 2018 to 2 February 2019, with a press night on 8 November 2018. Performances are at 7:30pm every day, excluding Sundays, with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday at 2pm.

Show running time is 2 hours 45 minutes, including an interval.

Suitable for Children?

Don Quixote is recommended for those aged 8 and up.

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Young Frankenstein

‘literally impossible to stop laughing’

‘an evening of gloriously impure fun’

‘so witty and inventive’

Mel Brooks’ quirky musical Young Frankenstein receives its West End premiere at London’s Garrick Theatre, opening for a limited season beginning September 2017. Based on the 1974 Oscar-nominated film co-written with Thomas Meehan and starring Gene Wilder, the brand new production follows a Broadway run that closed in 2009.

Young Frankenstein is the wickedly inspired re-imagining of Mary Shelley’s classic novel, which sees the creation of a creature that cannot be controlled. When Frederick Frankenstein, a New York brain surgeon and professor, inherits a Transylvanian castle and laboratory from his genius, but deranged grandfather, Victor Von Frankenstein, he quickly has some decisions to make.

Facing a scary dilemma, young Frankenstein must choose whether to run from his grandfather’s frightening legacy or to continue to crazily experiment with reanimating the dead. And, in the process, will he fall in love with his sultry lab assistant, Inga?

Originally opening on Broadway in 2007, directed by Susan Stroman, Young Frankenstein received a variety of views, running for 484 performances. Stroman returns to direct a revamped, restyled production, reuniting with Mel Brooks and the creative team behind their last hit, The Producers.

A hilarious parody of cult horror films, Young Frankenstein continues to play to rave reviews at the Garrick Theatre.

Cast and Creative

Based on the 1974 film, Young Frankenstein features a book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, with music and lyrics by Mel Brooks, whose previous musicals include The Producers. Susan Stroman (The Scottsboro Boys, Crazy for You) directs and choreographs, with set design by Beowulf Boritt, costume design by William Ivey Long, orchestrations by Dough Besterman, lighting design by Ben Cracknell and sound design by Gareth Owen.

Casting has been announced, including Hadley Fraser (Les Miserables, City of Angels) as Dr Frankenstein, Cory English as Igor, as well as Lesley Joseph as Frau Blucher, Diane Pilkington, Summer Strallen and Patrick Clancy.

Additional casting includes Imogen Brooke, Matt Crandon, Nathan Elwick, Kelly Ewins-Prouse, Andrew Gordon-Watkins, Sammy Kelly, Richard Pitt, Harriet Samuel-Gray, Gemma Scholes, Emily Squibb, Aron Wild and Josh Wilmott.

Song List

Act I

  • “Overture” – Orchestra
  • “The Happiest in Town” – Kemp and Villagers
  • “The Brain” – Frederick and Students
  • “Please Don’t Touch Me” – Elizabeth and Voyagers
  • “Together Again” – Frederick and Igor
  • “Roll in the Hay” – Frederick, Igor and Inga
  • “Join the Family Business” – Frederick, Victor and Ancestors
  • “He Vas My Boyfriend” – Frau Blucher
  • “Alone” – Elizabeth
  • “Life, Life” – Frederick, Igor, Inga and Blucher
  • “Welcome to Transylvania” – Transylvania Quartet
  • “Transylvania Mania” – Frederick, Igor, Inga, Kemp and Villagers

Act II

  • “He’s Loose” – Kemp and Villagers
  • “Listen to Your Heart” – Inga
  • “Surprise” – Elizabeth, Igor, Blucher and Entourage
  • “Please Send Me Someone” – The Hermit
  • “Man About Town” – Frederick
  • “Puttin’ on the Ritz” – Frederick, The Monster, Igor, Inga and Ensemble
  • “Deep Love” – Elizabeth
  • “Frederick’s Soliloquy” – Frederick
  • “Deep Love (Reprise)” – The Monster
  • “Finale Ultimo” – The Company

Show Lengths and Times

Young Frankenstein opened at the Garrick Theatre London on October 10th 2017, with previews beginning September 28th 2017. The show closes in August 2018.

Show running time is 2 hours 20 minutes, including an interval.

Suitable for Children?

Young Frankenstein may not be suitable for young children. All persons entering the theatre must have their own ticket.

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Horrible Histories: More Best of Barmy Britain

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Horrible Histories returns to the West End, this time in a special production that celebrates even more of barmy Britain! Following the tremendous success of last year’s The Best of Barmy Britain at the Apollo Theatre, Horrible Histories: More Best of Barmy Britain plays a limited summer season at the Garrick Theatre, with previews beginning August 4th 2017.

We all want to meet people from history. Unfortunately, the people that we want to meet are very much dead! But never fear, Horrible Histories are here to ensure that you get to meet every single one of your favourite characters from Britain’s barmy past!

Discover why the Romans revolted! Would you be able to survive the vicious Vikings? Can the evil Elizabeth entertain England? Would you perchance party with the Puritans? Meet King Charles, the dastardly Dick Turpin, the vile Victorians and a very wordy William Shakespeare, and prepare to embark on a battle in the frightful First World War!

Birmingham Stage Company adapt Terry Deary’s beloved book series into a glorious stage adaptation, dubbed as “history with the nasty bits left in!” Celebrating the company’s 25th anniversary, More Best of Barmy Britain marks twelve years of Horrible Histories Live on Stage, and six successful years in the West End.

Cast and Creative

Horrible-Histories_satelliteCreated by Terry Deary, Horrible Histories is one of Britain’s best-selling series. Birmingham Stage Company present a whole new production, featuring Neal Foster.

Previous Birmingham Stage Company productions include Barmy Britain I, II & III as well as last year’s The Best of Barmy Britain. Their production of Gangsta Granny will run simultaneously at the Garrick Theatre.

Show Lengths and Times

Horrible Histories: More Best of Barmy Britain opens at the Garrick Theatre London on August 4th to September 2nd 2017, with an official opening performance on August 7th 2017. Performances are at 2pm and 4pm on Monday, 11:30am on Wednesday-Friday, 10am and 12pm on Saturday-Sunday.

Show running time is 1 hour 10 minutes, without an interval.

Suitable for Children?

Horrible Histories: More Best of Barmy Britain is recommended for anyone between 5 and 105!

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Tape Face

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‘as flawless as it is funny’

‘equally bizarre and brilliant’

‘will take your breath away’

After a hugely successful year in 2016, including a debut performance in Las Vegas, reaching the final of America’s Got Talent and embarking on a sold-out 52 date UK tour, quirky comic Tape Face lands in the West End for a seven-week summer season. Opening at London’s Garrick Theatre on June 6th 2017, his unique style of humour must be seen to be believed!

A multi-award winning, multi-hyphenate spectacle, Tape Face is the creation of Sam Wills and has been lauded by audiences and critics alike. Conjuring uproarious laughter by using the most simple of everyday objects and popular songs, Tape Face brings out the inner child through clever and charming humour. Combining every trick in the book from mime and magic to silent film, Tape Face is the enthralling sensation who was likened to a modern-day Charlie Chaplin by Simon Cowell.

Previously known as The Boy with Tape on His Face, Tape Face has already starred on the John Bishop Show and in the Royal Variety Performance, wowing audiences with visually stunning, heart-stopping comedy that will leave you completely lost for words. With his UK tour already sold out, make sure you don’t miss the chance to see Tape Face at the Garrick Theatre, running from June 6th to July 22nd 2017.

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Tape Face is presented by Kilimanjaro Live, in association with Lee Martin for Gag Reflex and is a creation by Sam Wills, formerly known as The Boy with Tape on His Face.

Show Lengths and Times

Tape Face opens at the Garrick Theatre London on June 6th 2017 and is set to run until July 23rd 2017. Performances are at 7:30pm Wednesday to Sunday, with an additional 3pm performance on Saturday and Sunday.

Show running time is approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes, including an interval.

Suitable for Children?

Tape Face is suitable for those aged 12 and up. Please note that children under the age of 4 will not be admitted into the theatre.

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Gangsta Granny

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‘a stage full of hidden worlds and secrets’

‘all fun and entertaining’

‘a gentle, genial show’

Neal Foster’s adaptation of David Walliams’ popular children’s book Gangsta Granny transfers to London’s West End for a limited summer season in 2017. Following a hugely successful tour of the UK, the stage version of the terrific tale was recently nominated for a UK Theatre Award for Best Show for Children and Young People.

Gangsta Granny follows Ben, a young boy who is once again staying with his granny on a boring Friday night. Ben expects the same old grizzly cabbage soup, cabbage pie and cabbage cake – but what he doesn’t realise is that this groovy Granny has her very own secret! Soon, Fridays become more exciting than he could ever image, as he embarks on night-time adventures with his very own Gangsta Granny!

Presented by Birmingham Stage Company, the adaptation by Neal Foster comes from the company at the helm of the ever-popular Horrible Histories Barmy Britain series, which recently played a season at the Garrick Theatre. The West End debut of Walliams’ story premieres at the Garrick Theatre on July 26th, with an official press night on August 1st. Gangsta Granny is set to run until September 3rd 2017.

Cast and Creative

gangsta-granny_prod-shotAward-winning comedian, author, actor and presenter David Walliams’ beloved kids’ book Gangsta Granny is his most successful work to date, with other titles including Demon Dentist, Mr Stink, Billionaire Boy and The Boy in the Dress, which was adapted into a BBC drama. Adapted by Neal Foster, who is at the head of the West End favourite Horrible Histories series, Gangsta Granny is a Birmingham Stage Company production. The show features design by Jackie Trousdale, lighting design by Jason Taylor and sound design by Nick Sagar, with compositions by Jak Poore and choreography by Paul Chantry and Rae Piper of Chantry Dance Company.

Gangsta Granny features a cast including Gilly Tompkins as Granny, Ashley Cousins as Ben, Louise Bailey as Mum/Queen, Ben Martin as Dad, Umar Malik as Raj, Alison Fitzjohn as Matron and Richard James as Doctor.

Show Lengths and Times

Gangsta Granny opens at the Garrick Theatre London on August 1st 2017, with previews beginning July 26th. The show is set to run until September 3rd 2017. Performances are at 7:30pm every day.

Show running time is approximately 2 hours, including a 20 minute interval.

Suitable for Children?

Gangsta Granny is suitable for those aged 5 and up. All persons entering the theatre must have their own ticket.

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Potted Panto

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CBBC presenters Dan and Jeff bring yet another spectacularly silly potted production to the West End’s Garrick Theatre, for a fantastically festive season. Opening December 10th, Potted Panto sees the madcap pair cram seven of Britain’s best pantomimes into an absurd 80 minutes! Following the huge success of their previous productions, which have included Potted Pirates and Potted Sherlock, their latest offering is guaranteed to get you grinning.

Potted Panto sees Dan and Jeff recreate some Christmas favourites, including a 3D Cinderella starring the world’s first ever Fairy Godchicken, Dick Whittington and Jeff the London Mayor, Aladdin, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty. Watch as Dan and Jeff clash over who will make the prettiest princess, and giggle as they soon realise that they cannot possibly play all seven dwarves!

Directed by Richard Hurst, who was at the helm of the Off-Broadway Potted Potter, Potted Panto is the latest in the hit series. Both Potted Potter and Potted Pirates received Olivier Award-nominations, simply proving their smash-hit success! After several UK tours, the hugely funny show lands in London for a festive season.

For those who just cannot decide which pantomime to see… Why not see them all?

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Richard Hurst (Potted Potter) directs Potted Panto, with design by Simon Scullion, lighting design by Tim Mascall and sound design by Tom Lishman.

CBBC double-act Dan and Jeff star as a myriad of roles! Best-known for presenting on CBBC, the pair have created previous successes including Potted Potter, Potted Pirates and Potted Sherlock. Daniel Clarkson has appeared in television shows including Where the Heart Is, Coronation Street and Emmerdale, and has also starred in Accidental Death of an Anarchist and Little Shop of Horrors. Jefferson Turner has featured on Blue Peter, Richard & Judy and Big Brother’s Little Brother.

Show Lengths and Times

Potted Panto opens at the Garrick Theatre London on December 10th for a seasonal run that plays until January 15th 2017. Performances are at 1pm and 4pm every Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, with an additional performance at 11am on Saturday.

Show running time is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes, including a 10 minute interval.

Suitable for Children?

Potted Panto is suitable for those aged 6 and up. All persons entering the theatre must have their own ticket. Please note that the theatre does not supply booster cushions.

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The Miser

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‘Jones is actually rather a good Harpagon’

‘his production is fresh, funny and farcical’

‘this romp of an evening calls for a spirit of generosity’

Sean Foley (The Painkiller) directs Griff Rhys Jones and Lee Mack in an adaptation of Molière’s classic comedy The Miser at London’s Garrick Theatre. Adapted by Foley and Phil Porter, The Miser is the rip-roaring comedy from one of France’s greatest dramatists. A major revival that is sure to rock the West End, The Miser begins previews on March 1st, with an official opening on March 13th 2017.

First performed in 1668, The Miser is the well-known comedy by French playwright Molière, who also penned classics such as Tartuffe and The Misanthrope. The Miser follows the paranoid Harpagon, who is extremely fanatical about protecting his abundant wealth. Suspecting everyone as trying to steal his fortune, Harpagon will quite literally go to any length to protect his pennies.

Setting his sights on rich spouses for his children, he struggles when their true feelings about his skinflint nature are revealed. But what will prevail? Will it be the love for his money or for his children? Passions and purse-strings go head to head in this perfectly poignant comedy, starring Griff Rhys Jones as Harpagon.

The Miser played limited seasons at the Bath Theatre Royal and Richmond Theatre prior to its West End run at the Garrick Theatre. Following from political drama This House, The Miser will be a welcome comic turn, due to run from March 1st to June 10th 2017.

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The Miser is adapted by Sean Foley and Phil Porter, with direction from Sean Foley. His most recent production was the critically-acclaimed The Painkiller, starring Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon, as part of the Branagh Season at the Garrick. Foley’s credits include multiple smash-hit West End comedies such as The Ladykillers, Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense, What the Butler Saw, I Can’t Sing and his Olivier Award-winning The Play What I Wrote. The Miser is produced by Mark Goucher and Mark Rubinstein Ltd.

Olivier Award-winning actor Griff Rhys Jones stars as Harpagon, in his first return to a London stage for five years. Rhys Jones’ most recent stage appearance was as Fagin in Cameron Mackintosh’s revival of Oliver!, with his extensive stage and screen credits including An Absolute Turkey, Porterhouse Blue, Mine All Mine and ITV’s It’ll Be Alright on the Night. Further cast members include BAFTA-winning comedian Lee Mack, who is best-known for his stand-up routines across the country, as well as starring on his own popular sitcom Not Going Out. Lee Mack makes his West End debut in The Miser after featuring on panel shows such as Would I Lie to You and Have I Got News For You, and is joined by Mathew Horne, who is best known for his television roles in Gavin & Stacey and Bad Education.

Further casting includes Saikat Ahamed, Ryan Gage, Simon Holmes, Andi Osho, Michael Webber, Ellie White and Katy Wix.

Show Lengths and Times

The Miser opens for previews at the Garrick Theatre London on March 1st 2017, with an official opening on March 13th, and will play a limited season until June 3rd 2017. Performances are at 7:30pm every day, excluding Sundays, with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday at 2:30pm.

Show running time is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes, including an interval.

Suitable for Children?

The Miser may not be suitable for young children. Please note that this venue does not supply booster cushions for children.

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