1984 announces return to the West End for 12 week run

90972a297206a36e_orgSonia Friedman Productions and Eleanor Lloyd Productions
present the Headlong, Nottingham Playhouse and Almeida Theatre production of
By George Orwell
A new adaptation created by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan

  • 1984 returns to West End for 12 week run
  • Prior to international tour
  • 12 June – 5 September 2015

The Headlong, Nottingham Playhouse and Almeida Theatre production of 1984 will return to the Playhouse Theatre  in the West End this summer, where it enjoyed a very successful run in 2014. 1984 will preview from 12 June 2015, with the press night on 18 June 2015.

The production, which premiered at Nottingham Playhouse in September 2013, has since played to sell-out houses at the Almeida Theatre, in the West End, and across the UK on a national tour.

101 seats for every performance will be available for £19.84.

Casting to be announced.

April, 1984. Comrade 6079, Winston Smith, thinks a thought and starts a diary. But Big Brother is always watching, and the door to Room 101 can swing open in the blink of an eye.

The definitive book of the 20th century is re-examined in a radical, award-winning adaptation exploring surveillance, identity and why Orwell’s vision of the future is as relevant now as ever.

1984 is written and directed by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan, set and costume designed by Chloe Lamford, with lighting designed by Natasha Chivers, sound designed by Tom Gibbons and video designed by Tim Reid.

George Orwell’s 1984, published in 1949, is one of the most influential novels in recent history, with its chilling depiction of perpetual war, pervasivegovernment surveillance and incessant public mind-control.  Its ideas have become our ideas, and Orwell’s fiction is often said to be our reality.




Sonia Friedman Productions and Eleanor Lloyd Productions present the Headlong, Nottingham Playhouse and Almeida Theatre production of
By George Orwell
A new adaptation created by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan

Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Ave, London, WC2N 5DE
12 June – 5 September 2015

Box Office
Telephone: Playhouse Theatre 0844 871 7631 or Almeida Theatre 020 7359 4404
Online: www.atgtickets.com, www.headlong.co.uk or www.almeida.co.uk

Performance Times
Monday to Saturday 7.30pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinee 2.30pm (no matinee 13 and 17 June)

Press night:
18 June 2015, 7pm

Ticket prices
101 seats at £19.84 available at every performance.
£10 (day seats), £15, £19.84, £39.50 and £52.50
Premium seats available

Group Bookings:
8+ best available seats for £32.50, valid Mon-Thu performances

School Bookings:
10+ best available seats for £19.84 (1 teacher free per 10 students), valid Mon-Thu performances.

Headlong, Nottingham Playhouse and the Almeida Theatre are supported using public funding by Arts Council England.


New adaptation of The Adventures of Pinocchio to play at Greenwich Theatre this Summer

Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment, Guy James and Ilai Szpiezak for Szpiezak Productions

in association with Greenwich Theatre






The Adventures of Pinocchio - Artwork ImageA new musical adaptation of the classic children’s story The Adventures of Pinocchio will arrive in London this Summer, playing at Greenwich Theatre from Wednesday 5 to Sunday 23 August, with a press performance on Friday 7 August at 3.00pm.

Based on Carlo Collodi’s classic tale, The Adventures of Pinocchio tells the story of a wooden puppet yearning to be a real boy. Carved out of wood by the lonely toymaker Geppetto, Pinocchio tumbles from one disastrous situation to another in search of adventure — only to discover that, in the end, all he really needs is an unselfish heart and the love of his father. 


Written by the Broadway and Disney writing duo Neil Bartram and Brian Hill (The Story of My Life,Bedknobs and Broomsticks), this family musical brings a new vision of the timeless story to the stage, springing to life with inventive and awe-inspiring puppetry, live musicians, singers and performers.

Originally produced at the Chicago Shakespeare Festival, this production will be its UK Premiere. It will be directed by Bronagh Lagan (Portia Coughlan, Girlfriends, Rags In Concert) with Musical Direction by Freddie Tapner (Girlfriends, Mr Swallow The Musical, The Sorrows Of Satan). It is produced by Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment, Guy James and Ilai Szpiezak for Szpiezak Productions in association with Greenwich Theatre, by special arrangement with R&H Theatricals.

Recommended age 5+.

Casting is to be announced.





Press Performance: Friday 7 August, 3.00pm

Performances: Tuesday – Friday 3.00pm, Saturday 12.00pm, Sunday 12.00pm and 3.00pm

Tickets: £15, £12.50 (Concessions), £10 (Children), £40 (Family Ticket), £10 (Previews) 
Box Office 020 8858 7755 | www.greenwichtheatre.org.uk



With their creative mix of music and comedy, Voca People are set to amaze at Darlington Civic Theatre on 18 May.

Photo by Leon SokoletskiWith more than 50 million YouTube hits to their credit and a global audience of over 1 million for their live shows, Voca People are a musical comedy sensation. In a show which features 80-plus all-time favourite hits from Madonna to Michael Jackson via Mozart, their fabulous A Cappella and beat-boxing skills are showcased in hilarious comedy skits to create a show that is hugely entertaining for audiences of all ages.

You won’t believe your ears as these amazing vocalists take you on a journey through musical history! Glorious harmonies and an incredible range of sounds are produced without the help of instruments or sound effects – just eight incredibly talented singer-comedians. Created and directed by award-winning Lior Kalfo in collaboration with co-creator, arranger and musical director Shai Fishman, who is an innovative composer of music for film, television and theatre and is currently working on a musical project for NASA, this fun-packed show has been touring the world since 2009, selling out theatres in Europe, North and South America and the Far East. It was performed off-Broadway for over a year, where it won the Lucille Lortel Award for ‘Outstanding Theatrical Experience’.

Full of energy, comedy and fun, Voca People received rave reviews from audience and critics alike when they made their UK début at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year and that success has now led to their first tour of the UK. Don’t miss this out-of-this-world show!

Voca People land at Darlington Civic Theatre on Monday 18 May. Tickets* are £18 & £20

To book contact the Box Office on 01325 486 555 or visit www.darlingtoncivic.co.uk

*Includes a £1 restoration levy

Birmingham Opera Company wins at the International Opera Awards for Khovanskygate: A National Enquiry

Birmingham Opera Company’s 2014 production of Modest Musorgsky’s KHOVANSKYGATE: A National Enquiry, directed by Graham Vick, was named Best New Production at this year’s International Opera Awards.

Birmingham Opera Company won out over productions from Zurich Opera, the Aix-en-Provence Festival, the Dutch National Opera, the English National Opera, and the Metropolitan Opera in New York to take home the award.

Staged in a 60m x 40m “Big Top” in Birmingham’s Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham Opera Company’sKhovanskygate followed the huge success of their ground-breaking and award-winning production of Stockhausen’s Mittwoch Aus Licht in 2012.

KHOVANSKYGATE: A National Enquiry was performed with Vick’s own company, a cast of international soloists, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Children’s Chorus and over 200 volunteers from Birmingham.

Birmingham Opera Company’s most recent production was Michael Tippett’s The Ice Break, directed by Graham Vick and staged in a disused warehouse in Birmingham, which opened to great public and critical acclaim in April 2015.

The run of The Ice Break was accompanied by Breaking The Ice, a programme of screenings, exhibitions, concerts, lectures and performances  organised in Birmingham to complement the themes of the opera. One highlight was ‘Breaking the Ice: A National Symposium on opera, art and social responsibility’, curated by Oliver Soden and featuring David Edgar, Andrew Gourlay, Mischa Scorer, Graham Vick and others.

The International Opera Awards were founded in 2013 by Harry Hyman and John Allison, Editor of Opera Magazine. The aims of the awards are to provide bursaries for emerging opera talent and to celebrate excellence in the world of opera.

The full list of nominees for Best New Production was as follows:

  • Alcina, Zurich Opera
  • Ariodante, Aix-en-Provence
  • Gurrelieder, DNO
  • Benvenuto Cellini, English National Opera
  • Khovanskygate, Birmingham Opera Company
  • Prince Igor, Metropolitan Opera

KHOVANSKYGATE: A National Enquiry was performed in a new translation by Max Hoehn. It was designed by Samal Blak and Stuart Stratford conducted. Paul Nilon sang The Scribbler, Eric Greene sang Prince Ivan Khovansky, with Keel Watson as Dosifey, Stephanie Corley as Emma and Claudia Huckle as Marfa.

Graham Vick’s other recent productions for Birmingham Opera Company include The Ice Break, Life is a Dream, Othello, which was broadcast on BBC Television, King Idomeneo, La Traviata and Mozart’s He Had It Coming.

Birmingham Opera Company’s triumphant 2012 staging of Stockhausen’s Mittwoch aus Licht, often previously thought to be unstageable, received public and critical acclaim. Featuring camels, a floating orchestra and a string quartet performing from helicopters, it won the Royal Philharmonic Society Award for Opera and Music Theatre and was nominated in the World Premiere category at the inaugural International Opera Awards.


STOMP in London extends booking period

Omari Carter STOMP London credit Steve McNicholas





STOMP at London’s Ambassadors Theatre is now extending its booking period until 5 June 2016.  The show, which has broken all previous box office records at the Ambassadors Theatre, will be celebrating its 13th Birthday in the West End with a Gala Night for Teenagers on Monday 11 May.

STOMP, created by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas was first performed in 1991 in Edinburgh.  The show played Sadler’s Wells Theatre in 1994 and won the Olivier Award for Best Choreography, before opening in New York, where it is now celebrating its 21st birthday.  The European company was created in 1997 and began its London run at the Vaudeville Theatre in 2002, transferring to the Ambassadors Theatre in 2007.

One of Britain’s greatest exports, STOMP has toured the globe for 22 years, playing over 20 thousand performances to more than 12 million people in 53 countries on 6 continents.  There are currently four STOMP companies performing worldwide: one on tour in North America, another throughout Europe and the rest of the world, one in New York, and one in London.


In its 13 years in London’s West End, STOMP has consumed over 10,000 boxes of matches, over 13,500 brooms, almost 9,000 bin lids, over 18,000 drumsticks, over 8,000 wooden poles, over 35,000 newspapers, over 6,500kg of sand, almost 260,000 litres of water and 676 gallons of floor paint.  The cast of STOMP has performed ‘Cecilia’ with Paul Simon and Jimmy Fallon and the production is a firm celebrity favourite, with audience members having included Jodi Foster, Oprah Winfrey, Bob Dylan, Sir Ben Kingsley, Phil Collins and Stephen Fry.

STOMP performed live at the 1996 Academy Awards (the Oscars) to an estimated audience of almost 1 billion worldwide.  The largest assembly of STOMP performers ever (40 performers from 12 different countries) was brought together for a specially choreographed appearance at the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

The cast of STOMP in London currently includes Omari Carter, Nigel Clarke, Simone Clarke, Hugo Cortes, Paul Gunter, Melanie Joseph, James Lane, Laetitia Lawrence, Serena Morgan, Paul Bend, Rob Shaw, Adam Buckley, Meloné M’Kenzy, Andrew Patrick, Paul Russell, Jasper Valentine and Simeon Weedall.

STOMP is presented in London by Yes/No Productions and Glynis Henderson Productions Limited.



Ambassadors Theatre

West Street

London WC2H 9ND

Box Office: 08448 112 334

Tickets: £26 to £52.50 + a £2.50 transaction fee

Performances: Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 6pm, with matinees Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 3pm*

*Extra Performances:  Wednesday 17 February 2016 3pm & 8pm, Wednesday 30 March 2016 3pm & 8pm, Wednesday 6 April 2016 3pm & 8pm, Wednesday 1 June 2016 3pm & 8pm

Christmas 2015/16 Performance Schedule

Monday 21 December                                     8.00pm

Tuesday 22 December                                     NO PERFORMANCE

Wednesday 23 December                              3.00pm and 8.00pm

Thursday 24 December                                   3.00pm

Friday 25 December                                         NO PERFORMANCE

Saturday 26 December                                    3.00pm and 8.00pm

Sunday 27 December                                       3.00pm and 6.00pm

Monday 28 December                                     8.00pm

Tuesday 29 December                                     8.00pm

Wednesday 30 December                              3.00pm and 8.00pm

Thursday 31 December                                   3.00pm and 6.0pm

Friday 1 January                                                NO PERFORMANCE

Saturday 2 January                                           3.00pm and 8.00pm

Sunday 3 January                                              3.00pm and 6.00pm

Running Time: 100 minutes with no interval

Current Booking Period: 5 June 2016




New British musical THE HOUSE OF MIRRORS AND HEARTS to premiere at Arcola Theatre

The House of Mirrors and Hearts - Artwork imageKaty Lipson for Aria Entertainment and Perfect Pitch present


A new British musical by Eamonn O’Dwyer and Robert Gilbert


A new British chamber musical The House of Mirrors and Hearts will play in Studio 1 at Arcola Theatre from Thursday 2 July to Saturday 1 August, with a press night on Tuesday 7 July at 7.30pm.

Keeping secrets is a kind of art…

When Anna’s husband is killed in a tragic accident at their home, her family’s life is changed forever. Seven years pass and, torn apart by grief, Anna has drunk herself numb. Her daughters, Lily and Laura, exist in a world of secrets and lies. They spend their days in bitter silence and suspicion, until Nathan, a new lodger studying the works of a forgotten poet, forces them to confront their past. Tensions within the family build, threatening to shatter this already broken household once and for all.


A timeless, atmospheric and intoxicating musical, The House of Mirrors and Hearts is a contemporary British story about a dysfunctional family haunted by their past.

The House of Mirrors and Hearts is presented by Aria Entertainment (Jerry’s Girls, From Page to Stage) and Perfect Pitch (Lift, The Go-Between), two companies dedicated to the development of original British musicals. Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment and Andy Barnes for Perfect Pitch said today: “We are so thrilled to be joining forces on this beautiful British chamber musical. Both our companies are known individually for our work with emerging British composers and new writing but The House of Mirrors and Hearts is the first project we have had the wonderful opportunity to partner on. We both feel positive about the current climate of new musical theatre with more and more great initiatives and opportunities arising for new writing. Collaborating with like-minded people has to be the way forward in supporting the evident array of emerging talent.”

The House of Mirrors and Hearts will be directed by Ryan McBryde, whose credits include the current UK Tour ofSaturday Night Fever, Angus, Thongs and Even More Snogging (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Hamlet The Musical(Northampton Royal & Derngate) and A Day at the Racists (Finborough Theatre).

The musical director is David Randall, with design by David Woodhead. Casting is to be announced.

Listen to music from The House of Mirrors and Hearts:



Twitter: @HOMAH2015




ARCOLA THEATRE, 24 Ashwin Street, E8 3DL

Press Night: Tuesday 7 July, 7.30pm

Performance Times: Monday – Saturday 7.30pm, Saturday 3.00pm

Tickets: £19 (£15 concs), £12 Previews, Pay What You Can Tuesdays

Box Office: 020 7503 1646 | www.arcolatheatre.com



FEAST – Transform’s delectable debate

West Yorkshire Playhouse presents




West Yorkshire Playhouse, Saturday 2 May 2015, 2pm
BOX OFFICE: 0113 213 7700 or www.wyp.org.uk, Tickets £15

As part of Transform 15, this Saturday West Yorkshire Playhouse is
inviting audiences to FEAST, an unforgettable afternoon of delicious
international cuisine, world music and conversation. Taking place on
the Quarry Stage, which will be transformed into an intimate pop-up
restaurant by designer Hannah Wilson, the afternoon includes tasty
courses served by culinary artists alongside a range of speakers
offering their take on the theme: ‘What does it mean to be local and
global in 2015 and beyond?’

The mix of local and international speakers include Lebanese theatre
maker and social activist Lucien Bourjelly, Lucy Neal co-founder of
London International Festival of Theatre, Arthur France founder of
Leeds West Indian Festival, City of Sanctuary’s Rose McCarthy and
Irna Qureshi, Co-Director of Bradford Literature Festival. Adding to
the debate and culinary delights will be music from Leeds based
musician Richard Ormrod playing a mix of all the world music he’s
ever been fortunate enough to come across.

Established by West Yorkshire Playhouse in 2011, this year TRANSFORM
is shifting and inviting artists and audiences to join the
conversation about its future development. The three days of
activities at TRANSFORM 15 include feasting, conversation and
celebration, including an explosive night of performance, music and
intervention at the TRANSFORM PARTY. At the centre of the weekend are
early stage showings of future TRANSFORM projects, presented by local
and international artists. Committed to developing and presenting
adventurous performance and extraordinary experiences in Leeds,
TRANSFORM has presented an array of productions, performances and
events throughout the Playhouse building and outside its doors. Four
years on, with plans to move to a more citywide and international
model – TRANSFORM 15 offers an opportunity to be a part of shaping
the future of TRANSFORM.


Saturday 2 May, 2pm, Quarry Theatre, £15 (includes three course

Reserve tickets by calling West Yorkshire Playhouse Box Office on 0113
213 7700 or by visiting www.wyp.org.uk ( http://www.wyp.org.uk )
Advance booking highly recommended.

Follow on Twitter #transform15 @wyplayhouse


A brand new colourful production of Rogers and Hammerstein’s popular favourite Oklahoma! is heading with its stellar cast to Newcastle Theatre Royal this summer (Tue 23 – Sat 27 June 2015) as part of its national tour.


From the award-winning producers of the highly successful tours of The King and I and Fiddler on the Roof, this new production of one of the great classic American musicals stars Gary Wilmot, famous for his role as Bill Snibson in Me And My Girl in the West End and later as Tony in the world premiere of Barry Manilow’s Copacabana.


Starring alongside Gary, the role of Aunt Ella is played by Belinda Lang who many audience members will recognise from her role as level-headed mother, Bill Porter, in the long-running BBC sitcom 2 Point 4 Children.


The new production of this Pullitzer Prize-winning show is directed by Rachel Kavanaugh, with new choreography by Drew McOnie. Oklahoma! is based on the Lynn Riggs play Green Grow the Lilacs and was the first musical written by famous duo Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II. It was originally produced on Broadway in 1943 and the Academy Award-winning film was released in 1955.


Set in the Oklahoma territory in the early 1900s, the musical tells the story of two sets of star-crossed lovers. Cowboy Curly loves Laurey, Aunt Eller’s niece, but Curly’s rival is the mysterious and dangerous hired hand Jud Fry.  Meanwhile, Ado Annie is torn between cowboy Will and peddler Ali Hakim.  Their stories are told with the help of some of the best loved songs in musical theatre history, including Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’, I Cain’t Say No, The Surrey With the Fringe on Top, Kansas City, People Will Say We’re in Love and the title song Oklahoma!


These toe-tapping tunes are accompanied by a live orchestra with musical supervision by Stephen Ridley, set and costumes design is by Francis O’Connor, with lighting by Tim Mitchell and sound by Ben Harrison.


Oklahoma! appears at Newcastle Theatre Royal from Tue 23 – Sat 27 June 2015 (Evenings: 7.30pm, Matinees: Thur 2pm and Sat 2.30pm). Tickets from £14.50 (Save 50p per ticket by booking online) Tickets can be purchased from the Theatre Royal Box Office on 08448 11 21 21 or select your own seat and book online at www.theatreroyal.co.uk.


And why not tempt yourself with Afternoon Tea after the matinees on Thu 25 and Sat 27 June? Served in our exclusive Olivier Suite and accompanied by one of our pianists, you can treat yourself for £14.95 per person or upgrade to Afternoon Tea with Prosecco for £20.90. Book via the Box Office or online at www.theatreroyal.co.uk/whats-on/afternoon-tea


Vincent Simone & Flavia Cacace

Vincent and Flavia - The Last Tango - Leeds Grand TheatreTHEIR FINAL EVER TOUR!


Vincent Simone & Flavia Cacace




Britain’s best-loved dance duo to perform together in theatres for the last time


Fresh from their sell-out hit shows Midnight Tango and Dance ’Til Dawn, Strictly superstars Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace have created their most moving production yet as the pair prepare to dance in their final ever theatre show. The Last Tango is coming to Newcastle Theatre Royal Tue 13 – Sat 17 October ’15.


Twenty years of dancing together has seen them become Strictly Come Dancing favourites, World Argentine Tango Champions, and create and star in their own Olivier Award nominated West End productions – but now, as the nation’s favourite dancers prepare to take on new projects, it is time for Vincent and Flavia to say goodbye to audiences across the UK in a brand new, thrilling live performance.


Flavia said; “We have had such a fantastic time creating and dancing in Midnight Tango and Dance ’Til Dawn. It’s an incredible experience to perform live in front of our wonderful audience night after night, but all good things must come to an end, so we’re creating our final ever theatre show. It’s going to be intimate, intense and full of our award-winning Argentine tango. The Last Tango is going to showcase our best work and most beautiful dance moves before we finally say farewell to theatre.”


Vincent “The last few years have been amazing – we’ve loved it. It may be our final theatre tour but we’re going to go out with a bang! This is going to be our best show yet!”


Don’t miss your last ever chance to see this dynamic duo do what they do best live – in an intimate, passionate and explosive experience. It’s time for The Last Tango.


The Last Tango is directed by Olivier Award winning choreographer and director Karen Bruce and produced by Adam Spiegel Productions (The Producers,Dance ‘Til Dawn, Midnight Tango, Love Me Tender).


The Last Tango is at Newcastle Theatre Royal Tue 13 – Sat 17 October ’15 (Evenings 7.30pm, Matinees: Wed & Thu 2pm and Sat 2.30pm).

Public and online booking opens on Fri 1 May.  Become a Friend of the Theatre and you can book from Tue 28 April.  Tickets are available from £16.50 (save 50p per ticket by booking online) and can be purchased from the Theatre Royal Box Office on 08448 11 21 21 or book online and select your own seat (from 1 May) at www.theatreroyal.co.uk


Friends of the Theatre Royal can book earlier than everyone else and get the best seats.  Memberships start from only £30.  To become a Friend, contact the Box Office on 08448 11 21 21 or visit www.theatreroyal.co.uk














West Yorkshire Playhouse and Music & Lyrics Limited present a new production of the much-loved Sherman Brothers musical CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG, opening at West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds on 2 December, with a national press night on Thursday 10 December, for a nine-week season finishing on 30 January 2016.  The UK & Ireland Tour will then open at Mayflower Theatre, Southampton on 10 February 2016 for a two-week run.  Further dates and casting to be announced.

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG has music and lyrics by Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman, who were also responsible for Mary PoppinsThe Slipper and the RoseThe Aristocats and The Jungle Book.  The Sherman Brothers have won two Academy Awards with a further nine nominations, two Grammy Awards and they have received 21 gold and platinum albums.

The film made from Ian Fleming’s classic story has been adapted for the stage by Jeremy Sams, based on the MGM Motion Picture Licensed Script adapted by Ray Roderick.

This new production of CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG will be directed by West Yorkshire Playhouse Artistic Director James Brining, with new choreography by Stephen Mear and production design by Simon Higlett.

James Brining said, “Directing such an iconic show is a great opportunity, a thrilling challenge for any director. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is a brilliant adventure story, filled with classic songs and scenes that hold so many memories for so many people. I cannot wait to bring the show not only to Leeds but also to audiences across the UK and Ireland.”

The new production will have sensational sets and stunning special effects and, of course, the memorable score by the Sherman Brothers, which includes such standards as Truly ScrumptiousToot SweetsHushabye Mountain and the Oscar-nominated title song Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli commented, “We are delighted Chitty will fly once again around the UK and Ireland. The show has a very special place in our hearts and we are happy to entrust it to Music & Lyrics and the West Yorkshire Playhouse.”

John Stalker said, “Music & Lyrics is honoured to be bringing Chitty Chitty Bang Bang back to the stage and into the lives of hundreds of thousands of theatregoers. Our new production will delight and enthral lovers of the fantasmagorical film and introduce Chitty to brand new audiences.”


This production is presented by permission of JOSEF WEINBERGER LIMITED on behalf of MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL of New York.

For more information, visit www.chittythemusical.co.uk

Facebook:  Chitty Chitty Bang Bang The Musical       

Twitter:  @ChittyMusical


2 December 2015 – 30 January 2016        West Yorkshire Playhouse            

                                                                    www.wyp.org.uk                             0113 213 7700 

10–21 February 2016                                Southampton Mayflower                                        

                                                                   www.mayflower.org.uk                    02380 711811