Theatre closures due to coronavirus outbreak
London theatres have been closed from 16 December 2020 as London is now in Tier 4 restrictions due to the coronavirus outbreak.
At present, the government has not announced a date when theatres and other entertainment venues can reopen.
We are updating our listings to reflect cancellations and postponements of shows, but we advise checking theatre websites to confirm which shows will be playing in the future.
8 May to 22 Aug 2021
Image courtesy the Barbican
It's Bon Voyage on the S.S America but it's not all smooth sailing as they head to sea; etiquette is cast-off through the portholes as two unlikely pairs set off on the course to find true love.
Their journey proves that sometimes destiny needs a little help from a crew of singing and dancing sailors, a comical disguise, farcical blackmail, and some timeless good fun!
Making her West End debut is renowned actress Megan Mullally (Will & Grace) as Reno Sweeney who will be joined by star of stage and screen Robert Lindsay (My Family), as Moonface Martin.
Kathleen Marshall's previous Tony-Award winning staging of Anything Goes hit the high seas on Broadway, and this stunning production features a joyful score of theatre's most memorable song, including 'I Get A Kick Out of You' and 'You're the Top' is set to be the musical of 2021.
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London EC2Y 8DS
Performance days & times
Tuesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday - 2-30pm
Saturday - 2-30pm
Sunday - 2-30pm
Thu 10 Jun, 7.30pm & Tue 20 Jul, 7.30pm
Audio‑described performance and Touch Tour at 1:15pm:
Thu 24 Jun, 2:30pm
Audio‑described performance and Touch Tour at 6:15pm:
Tue 3 Aug, 7.30pm
Author: Book: Guy Bolton, P. G. Wodehouse
Composer: Cole Porter
Lyricist: Cole Porter
Director: Kathleen Marshall
Set designer: Derek McLane
Musical direction: Stephen Ridley
Choreography: Kathleen Marshall
Lighting: Neil Austin
Sound: Simon Baker
Production: Howard Panter for Trafalgar Theatre Productions and Eilene Davidson Productions in association with the Barbican.