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Anything Goes at the Barbican Theatre

London Theatre News Today: Wednesday 28 July

Hira Desai

By Hira Desai First Published 28 July 2021, Last Updated 28 July 2021

First look: Production images from Anything Goes

The major new production of Cole Porter and P. G. Wodehouse’s classic musical of pure escapism, Anything Goes is finally open in the West End and we’ve got a first look at the incredible showstopping production images.

Anything Goes is a timeless musical comedy that first premiered on Broadway in 1934 and  transferred to the West End a year later, much to everyone’s excitement.

Set on the S.S America en route from New York to England, the show tells the story of two unlikely pairs who set off on the course to find true love with a little help from their all-singing all-dancing crew friends. Fancy a little escapism? Check out some sneak peek performances from the media call today and book your tickets below.

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If you’re kids are into performing arts or musical theatre, you’ll be pleased to know this much-loved classic is participating in Kids Week which means you can enjoy half-price family tickets to performances throughout August. Featuring some of theatres most-loved songs and is packed with brilliant rhymes, fantastic dance numbers and is guaranteed to leave you singing and dancing all the way home. 

Roxanne Couch will make her West End stage debut in the premiere of ‘I Could Use A Drink’ at the Garrick Theatre

Roxanne Couch (‘The Adams Family’ UK Tour) is replacing the previously announced Hiba Elchikhe in Drew Gasparini’s ‘I Could Use A Drink’ for it’s one night premiere in the West End at the Garrick Theatre on Monday 2 August.

The show’s producers said: “Losing Hiba is very sad, but we wish her all the best playing Pritti Pasha in ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’. Paramount to us all  is keeping cast, creative teams and audience members safe in all productions lighting up the West End again. With care, our industry will soon be back to where it was pre-COVID.”

Also appearing are the previously announced Ahmed Hamad (‘Rent’), Billy Nevers (‘& Juliet’/’Jesus Christ Superstar’), Callum Henderson (The Show Must Go On!), Caroline Kay (‘Daisy’/‘The Space Between’), Luke Bayer (‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’/’Soho Cinders’), Maiya Quansah-Breed(‘SIX’, ‘Rent’), Olivia Lallo (GSA 2020 graduate) and Tom Francis (‘Rent’).

‘I Could Use A Drink, an eclectic mix of poignant, hilarious, and progressive contemporary musical theatre, celebrating the chaos and beauty of youth, was created as a US studio album using Broadway’s freshest and most exciting new talents. Now for its UK West End stage  premiere, producers Liam Gartland and Alex Conder reimagine its cutting edge musical theatre songs with some of the West End’s stars of present and the future.

Second Performance Added for Bonnie And Clyde in Concert at Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Fourth Wall Live is delighted to announce an additional performance of Bonnie And Clyde In Concert starring Laura Osnes and Jeremy Jordan at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Monday 17 January 2022 at 7.30pm following phenomenal demand during the pre-sale period for the originally announce Tuesday 18 January performance.

Tickets will be made available on Thursday 29 July at 10.00am to those signed up to the initial pre-sale, who will receive an email from LW Theatres shortly, tickets will be available on general sale from Friday 30 July.

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