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Dominion Theatre, London4.5551 reviews
Prepare to be swept away by the breathless romance and dazzling spectacle of An American In Paris.

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The Tony® Award-winning Broadway musical, about love, hope and living your dreams, has taken the West End by storm, with standing ovations from the public and a record-setting 28 five-star reviews from UK critics.

An American in Paris tells the story of Jerry, a former American soldier who decides to stay in Paris after the war to pursue his art- painting. While in Paris Jerry meets the beautiful and incredibly talented ballerina, Lise. Soon art isn’t the only thing Jerry is pursuing, but he’s not the only one with his eye on her.  

With gorgeous Gershwin tunes (including the classic hits ‘S Wonderful and I Got Rhythm), stunning designs and show-stopping choreography, this breathtakingly beautiful hit musical is inspired by the Oscar® winning MGM film and tells the impassioned story of an American GI discovering art, friendship and love in the ‘City of Light’ in 1945.

The cast stars Ashley Day (Kiss Me, Kate, Oklahoma) as Jerry Mulligan and Leanne Cope, who originated the role on Broadway in 2015, as Lise Dassin. They are joined by Haydn Oakley (Side Show, Sunset Boulevard) as Henri Baurel, Zoë Rainey (Romeo and Juliet, A Winter’s Tale) as Milo Davenport and David Seadon-Young ( A Damsel in Distress, Assassins) as Adam Hochberg. Julie Legrad (Gypsy, Wicked) as Madame Baurel and Julian Forsyth (The Go Between, Sunset Boulevard) as Monsieur Baurel are joined by a fabulous ensemble cast of more than thirty members.

Experience ‘London’s most joyous musical!’ (Playbill) before its engagement must end on 6 January 2018!


“Theatrical gold” -- Michael Billington, THE GUARDIAN
“A luxurious, sumptuous musical masterpiece” --  Paul Phear, Smooth Radio
“This superb show is a riot of colour and movement” Michael Billington, THE GUARDIAN
“This spectacularly ravishing show has rhythm, romance and razzle-dazzle” --  Georgina Brown, MAIL ON SUNDAY
“Full of dance, romance and glorious Gershwin” -- David Jays, THE SUNDAY TIMES

Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under the age of 5 will not be admitted and adolescents under 15 must be seated next to an adult.

Running time

2hrs 35min (including interval)

Performance dates

Booking until 6 January 2018


Recommended for ages 6 and above.

Special notes

Please note that latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance. Security checks are in operation at the Dominion Theatre so we advise all ticket holders to arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time.

Venue Information

Dominion Theatre268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ

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Customer Reviews

551 reviews4.5

Kimmo Kuronen9th January

Impressive performances showing first class talent. I am no musical enthusiast, but was attracted most of the time. Graceful impression of old-time innocence and romance was resonated constituting reminiscence of old hollywood show on which the musical is based. The greatness of Gerschwin brothers' music was well demonstrated.

AGW Pritchard8th January

Lively show, very balletic and an agreeable afternoon at the theatre. I'm getting on a little, but I found the plot and dialogue hard to follow, the lighting a little fussy, though with some strong spectacular effects. Some excellent acting - but some voices were poor.

Michael Reynolds7th January

Best production we have ever seen!

Helen Noren7th January

Beautifully elegant and well............Parisienne!

Mike Sampson7th January

Booking was easy and being able to print the tickets at home was a bonus. The show was excellent - wonderful dancing and singing and on the technical side, the way the scenery and props worked was simply stunning. Everything a London Production should be. Why not five stars? Well, simply because we did not know what to expect from the show and would have liked a few more songs to pad out a thin plot. But still a super evening out! (Oh yes, and the Theatre was easy to get to, was warm and comfortable with enough legroom even for two six-footers!)


Wonderful production with nothing to fault. Excellent sound and amazing scenery. Well worth the ticket price!

Owen Murphy7th January

Absolutely fantastic performance! Hope it comes to London again.

Dol Watt7th January

Fantastic performance- took my friend for matinee yesterday for her birthday. What a wonderful uplifting afternoon. They are all extremely talented singers/actors/dancers/musicians.

Briony Mackley6th January

Fantastic! Show was superb. Theatre was wonderful & staff were very nice. The music & dance was mesmerising, & the stage sets (& dancing changes!), and costumes were just perfect. Thank you for a brilliant evening. So glad we got tickets before it finishes on 7th.

Mr Laurence Harrison6th January

I had been wanting to see the show for some time and this was the final opportunity. I am a fan of George Gershwin's music and thought that the cast and orchestra were very good. The dance routines and singing were excellent with some good harmonies. My father came with me and we had excellent views from our seats in the stalls. To sum up, the show was well worth turning out for.

John Thoday6th January

great show, no complaints

JF - Herts6th January

This was our fourth visit to the show in this current run, which sums up what we thought of the show. Despite cast changes over the four visits, the current cast were still outstanding. The choreography and subtle scene chances were outstanding. The orchestra, hidden below stage were well blended and did not over power the actors voices. Pity this run ends 6/1/18, but if it is running elsewhere - it’s first class. By the way - there is lots of dance and ballet in the show ( people next to us were moaning that they didn’t expect so much dance - doh !!)