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Old Vic Theatre, London4.49 reviews

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Cole Porter’s classic feel-good musical, High Society comes to The Old Vic in a glittering new production!

Long Island socialite Tracy Lord is planning her lavish summer wedding when her ex-husband appears to try and win her back. His unwelcome arrival threatens to disrupt proceedings. When tabloid reporter Mike Connor arrives to cover the nuptials, he too takes a shine to the bride-to-be. But which of these three suitors will she choose?

The High Society cast includes Kate Fleetwood (Tracy Lord),  Rupert Young (C.K. Dexter Haven), Jamie Parker (Mike Connor), Barbara Flynn (Margaret Lord), Anabel Scholey (Liz Imbrie) and Ellie Bamber (Dinah Lord).

With direction from multi-award-winning director and musical star Maria Friedman, High Society is based on the Philadelphia Story and the 1956 MGM film musical starring Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra. The score features hit songs including 'True Love', 'You're Sensational', 'Well Did You Evah!' and of course 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?'

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Additional Information

Running time

2 hours 45 minutes including one interval

Performance dates

Thursday 20 April to Saturday 22 August 2015.

Special notes

Please disregard our guide seating plan for this venue for the production of High Society as the Stalls level has been heavily changed. Please call 0845 5058500 for guidance.

Venue Information

Old Vic TheatreThe Cut, Waterloo Road, London, SE1 8NB

Group Pricing

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Customer Reviews

9 reviews4.4

Deirdre Coffey19th August

It was a great show, and I really enjoyed it, but had problems hearing quite a lot of the dialogue as I am deaf, but the hearing aids are not up to scratch any more, sadly. The music and dancing were terrific

Margaret Moore18th August

Seems a bit dated - a celebration of alcoholism and misogyny. Also, really didn't care for the Katherine Hepburn impersonator - just dreadful.

Frances Hoch9th August

Great show. Fabulous theater setting--intimate in the round. Talented cast. We saw the matinee on 8 August after having just arrived from the states, It cured our jet lag.

Angela Inns2nd August

The show was excellent,witty,full of fantastic songs both original and new,the cast were fabulous with some familiar faces in roles I've never seen them in before,the theatre was amazing, the piano playing was amazing a thoroughly wonderful evening.

Kenneth Bieber2nd August

The production was outstanding such fun a really unforgettable performance we lived every moment

HOWARD EVANS31st July

Absolutely top drawer!!!!

Margaret Lumley23rd July

The whole production was innovative, charming and superbly executed. As my all time favourite film I was thrilled with The Old Vic's interpretation. Ab Fab!

BARRIE STUBBS24th June

First visit to The Old Vic and really enjoyed the show.

pamela keen9th June

A brilliant show. One of the best I've seen for a long time. Very slick production and staging was amazing.