A greater love story than Romeo and Juliet.
When Bonnie met Clyde it was an instant dangerous attraction. From a poverty-stricken, crime-riddled childhood these two young lovers quickly became inseparable, plunging themselves into a life of fast cars, guns, celebrity, revenge. And Hell.
“…Bonnie and Clyde don’t know that killing kills
The newspapers know that killing sells…”The producing team of last summer’s sell-out The Great Gatsby Musical bring the premiere of their story ofAmerica’s most famous Depression-era folk legends to the King’s Head Theatre.
“…we ain’t heading nowhere, we’re just running…“
Exploring the intricate relationships of the infamous ‘Barrow Gang’ Ruby In The Dust take you on their cat-and-mouse journey to it’s inevitable tragic conclusion. A brand new adaptation, fused with music. Featuring original vintage film footage. On its world premiere last summer, The Great Gatsby Musical led to three Off West Award nominations including Best New Musical
REVIEWS FOR LAST YEAR'S GREAT GATSBY MUSICAL 2012:
“…A well-executed, affecting and stylish production. Composer Joe Evans's music and lyrics evoke the decadent rush of the jazz era and its seedy underbelly. Sultry refrains pulse in the background as secrets are revealed that prove disastrous.." Time Out SHOW OF THE WEEK
“… It has both style and heart…” Evening Standard
"… Linnie Reedman’s production radiates bitter-sweet charm…" Metro
“…A slick and sumptuous production. Evans effortlessly writes a score that could have been plucked from the 1920’s itself. An acute knowledge of the genre has resulted in a highly lyrical and lively score, complete with some soaring and heartbreaking melodies that heighten the intense emotions of the story…” What’s Peen Seen Magazine (FOUR STARS ****)