Bumblescratch at the Adelphi Theatre
Tuesday 16 August 2016
Charity - Gala - Musical
A gala charity concert commemorating the 350th anniversary of The Great Fire of London, in aid of Variety, the children's charity - 4 September 2016, at the Adelphi Theatre, for one night only. We have tickets from £26.50 - saving 27%.
Bumblescratch is a new sung-through musical comedy, written by Robert J. Sherman.
It’s set in London during the Great Plague of 1665 and the Great Fire of 1666 and told from the perspective of a demented, lascivious plague rat named Melbourne Bumblescratch, who demonstrates his unique and twisted love affair with the ancient city through telling his marvellously gruesome tales.
This major West End concert presentation - featuring a stellar line-up - is specially staged as part of commemorations for the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, which raged in the City of London for four days from 2 to 5 September 1666.
This gala concert is held in aid of Variety - The Children's Charity.
Bumblescratch has music, lyrics and book by Robert J. Sherman, continuing the enduring legacy of his father and uncle, Robert B. and Richard M. Sherman, a.k.a The Sherman Brothers, the songwriting duo behind childhood classics including Mary Poppins and The Jungle Book.
The show is directed by Stewart Nicholls, who also collaborated with Robbie Sherman on the critically acclaimed Love Birds and A Spoonful of Sherman.
Photograph: Peter Brown 2015
London WC2R 0NS
Sunday 4 September 2016
Starts: 6-30 pm
Special offer - from £26-50 saving 27%