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Book Sunny Afternoon Tickets at the Harold Pinter Theatre, London

★★★★★ 'A Blazing Triumph. I Swear You’ll Get Goosebumps' Telegraph

About Sunny Afternoon

The West End’s New ‘Great British Musical’ (The Times), Sunny Afternoon, has opened to huge critical acclaim.at the Harold Pinter Theatre.

The Kinks exploded onto the 60’s music scene with a raw, energetic new sound that rocked a nation. But how did that happen, where exactly did they come from and what happened next?

★★★★★ 'A Blazing Triumph. I Swear You’ll Get Goosebumps' Telegraph 

★★★★★ 'Stormingly Successful. I Defy Anyone to Resist It'  Financial Times

★★★★★ 'Kick-Ass. Indisputably Terrific' The Times

★★★★★ 'It’s a guitar-riffing, amp-smashing drum-whacker of a night' Daily Mail 

★★★★★ 'A Dazzling Production. A Heady Celebration of Quintessentially English Talent' The Guardian

With Music and Lyrics by Ray Davies, a new Book by Joe Penhall and Direction by Edward Hall, Sunny Afternoon depicts the rise to stardom of The Kinks. Set against the back-drop of a Britain caught mid-swing between the conservative 50s and riotous 60s, this production explores the euphoric highs and agonising lows of one of Britain’s most iconic bands and the irresistible music that influenced generations.

Sunny Afternoon features The Kinks’s best-loved songs,including:  You Really Got Me, Waterloo Sunset, Sunny Afternoon and Lola. 

Sunny Afternoon marks the 50th Anniversary year of the band’s debut release.

The Sunny Afternoon cast us is lead by John Dagleish (Ray Davies), George Maguire (Dave Davies), Ned Derrington (Pete Quaife) and Adam Sopp (Mick Avory). 

Sunny Afternoon tickets onsale now! 

 

tags: Musical, Best Of British, Jukebox, Star Power, Hen Night


Sunny Afternoon Customer Reviews

4.5 / 5 (51)
2 days ago

Thoroughly enjoyed it, thought the cast were brilliant. Very entertaining

2 days ago

Really fun show, especially enjoyed how the songs were weaved into the plot, the choreography, and everyone playing different instruments. However, the show was almost unbearably loud. I was sitting in the second row of the Royal Circle and couldn't really hear 80% of the lyrics because the music was so loud. I was in pain at the end of the first act and my first reaction was "how are the actors not deaf?!". I think I would have loved the show and given it four stars if I could only listen to the songs. I couldn't really tell if the actors were any good at singing because I simply couldn't listen. I spent most of the show trying to lip-read because I literally could not hear what they were saying. And I'm only 26!

2 days ago

Great value for money as we got reduced price tickets. Good show but pleased we didn't pay full price.

21 July

Very interesting story concerning Ray Davies and the Kinks lives and songs. Well told by the music and good acting. Disappointingly extremely loud in places, which was to show different attitudes of band members, but could be toned down some degree without losing plot. Otherwise very good

15 July

Very enjoyable great atmosphere all the staff very helpful and polite a very beautiful theatre

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