42nd Street has high-kicked its way back to the Theatre Royal Drury Lane and now features Lulu in the iconic role of Dorothy Brock for a limited 16 weeks only! Lulu returns to the stage after a 30-year hiatus. Also starring Clare Halse as Peggy Sawyer, Tom Lister as Julian Marsh and Ashley Day as Billy Lawlor.
Peggy Sawyer is fresh off the bus from Nowhere, USA but soon finds herself just another pair of legs in the chorus line of Broadway’s newest musical. When the star of the show is injured, Peggy is pushed into the spotlight to save the production. Will she be able to rise to the occasion? Will a new star be born? This show has all the glamour and sparkle of old Broadway and is guaranteed to dance its way into your heart.
Once again at the Theatre Royal Drury Theatre London, home of the original London production, 42nd Street features such classic hits as We’re in the Money, Lullaby of Broadway, Shuffle Off to Buffalo, Dames, I Only Have Eyes for You, Boulevard of Broken Dreams and the title number 42nd Street. Written by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble, the show has music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Al Dubin and is based on the novel by Bradford Ropes with musical staging and new choreography by Randy Skinner.
This London revival is directed by Mark Bramble, co-author of the original Broadway and West End books and director of 2001’s Tony Award® winning revival of the show.
42nd Street has recently won four WhatsOnStage Awards, including Best Musical Revival and is an American dream fable of Broadway, featuring the iconic songs We’re in the Money, Dames and I Only Have Eyes For You, Lullaby of Broadway, Shuffle Off To Buffalo and 42nd Street. With the West End's biggest cast, this is a 5-star musical like no other! Entertainment doesn't get bigger than this!
Don’t let the opportunity to see this Tony® and Olivier winning show dance away from you. 42nd Street tickets are available now and booking through December 2018.
“The mother of all showbiz musicals” -- The Telegraph
“Sequined-spangled glamour” -- Daily Mail
“It roars where others purr” -- The Stage
“Sheena Easton belts out anthems in fine style and does a spectacular job of providing a pivot around which the show turns” -- Daily Mirror