2nd May - 13th September 2014
★★★★★ The Guardian
‘Sizzling with hit songs and positive energy.' Evening Standard
Following a critically acclaimed, sold out run at the Chichester Festival Theatre, Richard Eyre's sensational production of the Broadway classic The Pajama Game will transfer to the West End for a limited season.
Romance is blossoming at the
Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory as handsome new Superintendent Sid Sorokin falls
head-over-heels for feisty Union rep, Babe Williams. But when the employees are
refused a seven-and-a-half cents an hour raise, the pair find themselves
riotously at odds in this joyous musical comedy. Will love, eventually, conquer
The Pajama Game features the classic songs
including: Hey There, Once-A-Year Day, Hernandoʼs Hideaway, There
Once Was A Man and Steam Heat.
‘A romping, uplifting, funny, touching revival
from Richard Eyre. Truly joyful dancing and fabulous big numbers.'
The Times For more information please click here.9th October 2014 - 28th March 2015
Direct from its smash hit Broadway run and a triumphant 55-city North American tour, the multi award-winning musical MEMPHIS is set to be London's hottest new destination!
With original songs by GRAMMY® winner and Bon Jovi co-founder David Bryan, and a gripping true-life inspired story from writer Joe DiPietro, MEMPHIS will leave you exhilarated by its explosive blend of electrifying music, soaring emotion and roof-raising energy.
Falling in love with a beautiful club singer, one young man's vision to bring her voice and her music out of the clubs and onto the airwaves of America will fly in the face of cultural divides and spark a music revolution that would shake the world.
In the underground nightclubs on 1950s Memphis, Tennessee, the soul of a new era is dawning as the first incredible sounds of rock 'n' roll, blues and gospel are emerging into the mainstream.
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PLEASE NOTE Beverley Knight will NOT perform at Monday evening or Wednesday matinee performances. As per standard terms and conditions the appearance of any particular artist cannot be guaranteed and is subject to illness and holidays.