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Caroline, or Change tickets are now available for the West End transfer to the Playhouse Theatre.
Kennedy has just been assassinated though that doesn’t change the realities of Caroline’s world. A black maid to a Jewish family in Louisiana, Caroline is struggling to keep it all together, financially and emotionally, in her household and the household where she works. Noah, the 8-year-old son of the family she works for, is trying to make sense of things after his mother’s death and his father’s remarriage and looks to Caroline.
Olivier Award-winning actress Sharon D. Clarke once again takes the lead role. She is well known from her work on stage in shows like Guys and Dolls, The Amen Corner, and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom as well as her TV roles in shows like Holby City, EastEnders, and The Singing Detective.
Olivier Award winner for Best New Musical, Caroline, or Change comes from Tony Kushner author of the critically acclaimed Angels in America with a stunning musical score by Tony Award-winning composer and arranger Jeanine Tesori.
This personal story tells an intimate story that addresses wider questions about race, human rights and ideals. With a cast of heartfelt characters and household appliances, this musical will touch you.
Get your Caroline, or Change tickets before it is too late!
Please note that Sharon D. Clarke will not be performing on any Monday evening.
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time2hr 35min (inc. interval)
Performance dates20 November 2018 - 6 April 2019.
The appearance of any particular artist cannot be guaranteed. Please note that Sharon D. Clarke will not be performing on any Monday evenings. The role of Caroline will be played by Naana Agyei-Ampadu on the following dates – 4 February, 11 February, 18 February and 25 February. There will be an Audio Described performance on Tuesday 26th February.
Ewa Rojek30th November
Quite boring, horrible seats.
i really enjoyed the show
Tracy Beer3rd March
Excellent show packed full of a variety of music performed by an outstanding cast. Shame the view was obscured by a huge padded rail. Seat really should have been marketed as restricted view.
Hannah E Lincoln3rd March
Sharon D. Clarke was outstanding.
Neil Francis3rd March
Very well made, I was fully onboard throughout
AlanGates 3rd March
Professional and entertaining piece of theatre
nicholas s peters2nd March
theatre delightful. bar efficient and good value. lovely staff the play is scintillating - terrific cast and wonderful music
Suzette Ellis1st March
Emotionally charged, beautiful performance. Tells the story of the oppression of blacks in the Southern States through amazing lyrics. The quality of the soul singers was sublime.
brenda kelly27th February
refreshing, great singing , loved the stging especially
The voices were great and the actors. Found the costumes ridiculous! The songs were not as smooth as I thought would be. The first part was such a drag but second part much better!
Sharon Layne24th February
Singing was amazing especially Sharon D. Clarke but was disappointed by the actual story. Would still recommend as a good night out.
MelissaAimee Ashford24th February