The Wild Party
The Wild Party

The Wild Party Tickets

The Other Palace (formerly St James Theatre), London, SW1E 5JA
4.5 out of 5, based on 8 ratings and 8 reviews.
4.5
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    When was the last time we had a real wild party?

    The hugely acclaimed The Wild Party makes its UK premiere at The Other Palace (formerly St James Theatre).

    Directed and choreographed by 2016 Olivier Award-winner Drew McOnie (In the Heights) and starring the Tony Award-winning Frances Ruffelle (Les Miserables), this sizzling new production of the Tony Award nominated sensation is not to be missed.

    A glittering, blackly comic musical set against the backdrop of Manhattan decadence and 1920s excess, The Wild Party tells the story of Queenie and Burrs, a vaudeville showgirl and vaudeville clown, who decide to throw the party to end all parties in a bid to save their toxic relationship. But as the gin flows, the jazz swings and the sexual tension smoulders, debauchery soon turns to tragedy, as even the wildest of parties can't last forever.

    “Gin, skin, sin and fun…” Evening Standard 

    “This deliciously decadent jazz-age musical is a perfect fit for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new London venue” Radio Times 

    At The Other Palace until 1st April 2017, book The Wild Party tickets today! 

    *PLEASE NOTE: Recommended for ages 16 +. Contains scenes of a sexual nature and adult language.

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  • RADIO TIMES

    4 stars
    'This deliciously decadent jazz-age musical is a perfect fit for Andrew Lloyd Webber's new London venue'


    EVENING STANDARD

    4 stars
    'Restless, risqué... A darkly stylish portrait of shallow, jealous people'


    THE INDEPENDENT

    4 stars
    'LaChiusa's take on the material gives a dazzling, dizzying, darkly comic edge to the debauchery'


     

    THE ARTS DESK


    'Gin, skin and sin in a scorching production'