Guys & Dolls tickets

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At the Bridge Theatre currently booking to 31 August 2024

guys and dolls

Genre: Musical

Age recommendation and guidance: Under 6s will not be admitted. Children aged 6-11 are welcome to attend, but must be seated. Immersive-standing ticket holders must be aged 12 and above.

Running time: 2 hours 50 minutes (including interval)

Content Warnings (may contain spoilers): This production includes Gambling, Alcohol use, Infrequent physical violence, and Partial nudity. A prop gun will be seen on stage but not shot.

Guys & Dolls tickets are on sale now for the hit musical in London this year.

A new immersive production of Guys & Dolls is currently running at Bridge Theatre with tickets on sale now here.

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At the Bridge Theatre currently booking to 31 August 2024

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Join us for Guys & Dolls as The Bridge transforms for one of the greatest musicals of all time. It has more hit songs, more laughs and more romance than any show ever written.

The seating is wrapped around the action while the immersive tickets transport you to the streets of Manhattan and the bars of Havana in the unlikeliest of love stories.

In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, you celebrated with us in the forest. In Julius Caesar, you filled the streets of Rome. Now join us on Broadway for the biggest event yet.

Based on the short stories and characters of Damon Runyon, Guys & Dolls has music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and a book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows.

The musical originally premiered on Broadway in 1950 before opening in the West End three years later.

The current cast of the new London revival stars Daniel Mays (Nathan Detroit), Andrew Richardson (Sky Masterson), Celinde Schoenmaker (Sarah Brown), Marisha Wallace (Miss Adelaide), Cedric Neal (Nicely-Nicely Johnson), Cornelius Clarke (Lieutenant Brannigan), Cameron Johnson (Big Jule), Anthony O’Donnell (Arvide Abernathy), Mark Oxtoby (Benny Southstreet), Adam Pearce (Harry the Horse), Ryan Pidgen (Rusty Charlie) and Katy Secombe (General Cartwright).

Directed by Nicholas Hytner, the production has design by Bunny Christie with choreography by Arlene Phillips, associate direction and choreography by James Cousins, lighting by Paule Constable, sound by Paul Arditti, musical direction by Tom Brady, orchestrations by Charlie Rosen and casting by Charlotte Sutton.

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