Singin' In The Rain
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Singin' In The Rain Tickets

Palace Theatre, London, W1D 5AY
  • Following its critically-acclaimed, sold-out run at the Chichester Festival Theatre, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN has made a big splash at London's Palace Theatre since opening in February 2012.

    Based on the legendary MGM movie, this is the story of the first Hollywood movie musical, when the silver screen found its voice and left silent movies, and some of its stars, behind.  Packed full of all the charm, romance, comedy and tinsel town glamour of one of the world's best loved films, Jonathan Church's brand new production features a glorious score including Good Morning, Make 'em Laugh, Moses Supposes and the classic Singin' in the Rain.

    With high-energy choreography and sumptuous set design, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN "genuinely makes you feel better about life" (Charles Spencer, The Daily Telegraph).

    Film and television star Robert Rowell (Holby City and Jesus Of Nazareth) will join the cast of Singin’ in the Rain from 1 October 2012, as the five star West End production announces the release of over 300,000 new tickets, taking bookings at the Palace Theatre to 1 September 2013. The news coincides with the 60th anniversary of the release of the iconic 1952 MGM film version starring Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor and Debbie Reynolds.

     



  • Palace Theatre

    Cambridge Circus,
    Shaftesbury Avenue,
    London,
    W1D 5AY

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  • Daily Telegraph

    “A night of sheer delight. The perfect pick-me up"
    "An evening of pure joy"

    Financial Times

    “Hummable tunes, high-octane dancing, lots of rain. This production never puts a foot wrong”

    Daily Express

    “A splash hit! Take cover as the cast kick up a storm”

    The Times

    “Oh boy, this is an enjoyable evening which, at its best, simply soars”

    Evening Standard

    “Exhilarating... with infectious brolly-twirling glee”

    Daily Mail

    “Jonathan Church's production has feelgood factor galore”