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Miss Nightingale will make its West End debut at the prestigious Theatre at the Hippodrome Casino in London's Leicester Square for a strictly limited seven-week run in their 180-seat theatre, from 21 March - 6 May 2018.
This original British musical, set in 1940s London during World War Two, is created and written by Matthew Bugg and features 16 original songs, from innuendo-laden Music Hall style numbers to tender ballads and complex trios and quartets, which wonderfully capture the soaring spirit and biting wit of the 40s.
An intimate underground cabaret club opens in the heart of London. A saucy new star shines under the spotlight. Two men struggle to bring their illicit love out of the shadows. The war- torn capital has never been so revealing!
Welcome to the Glitz of the Blitz; where showgirls, secrets and scandal abound. A world where aristocrats jostle with black-market spivs, songwriters take to the streets and nothing is quite as it seems.
Maggie Brown, an aspiring singer and her best friend George Nowodny, a songwriter and Jewish refugee, perform a dazzling act at the newest nightclub in town, owned by wealthy socialite and RAF war-hero, Sir Frank Worthington-Blythe. Maggie's beau Tom Connor, paves the way for the sexy and charismatic Miss Nightingale to be born, and the musical duo quickly find themselves with a West End hit! However, what the leading lady doesn't know, is that George and Sir Frank are hiding a secret and as Miss Nightingale's success grows, so does a forbidden love between the two men!
From the moment the audience arrive at the Hippodrome Casino's beautifully intimate theatre, they will be taken back in time to the hilarious and heart-warming world of the wartime West End. Themed food and drink will be served at cabaret tables and the audience will be able to immerse themselves in WW2 London life during the days of air-raids, rationing and the Great British stiff upper lip.
This joyous, new musical is performed by a cast of six actor-musicians, led by Lauren Chinery in the title role, alongside Oliver Mawdsley as Frank, Matthew Floyd Jones as George, Adam Langstaff as Tom, Tobias Oliver as Clifford and Matthew Bugg himself, in the role of Harry.
Miss Nightingale has designs by Carla Goodman, lighting by Craig Garratt, original lighting designs by David Phillips, sound by Danny Kissane, and is produced by Mr Bugg Presents and The Hippodrome Casino.
Since it was first staged in 2011 at The Lowry Studio, Salford, Miss Nightingale has completed five sold-out UK tours, a headline season at The Vaults in 2017 and featured in the Guardian's 'Top 50 Must-Sees'.
Age restrictionThis event is for over 18’s ONLY and valid ID will be required for all ticket holders to enter The Hippodrome. There will be no refunds for tickets purchased for under 18’s or those who fail to bring ID with them.
Running time2 hours 30 minutes plus one interval
Performance dates21 March - 6 May 2018
ContentWe reserve the right to refuse entry to any guest who is deemed to be under the influence of alcohol.
Strictly 18+ The Hippodrome Venue (Casino, Restaurant, Bars, Theatre and Events) is a strictly over 18s venue and any guests may be challenged if they are lucky enough to look under 25. We encourage ALL guests to bring Original Valid Photographic ID (Passport, driving licence, PASS verification card or military card) to prevent any disappointment and refusal of entry.
General Admission Premium: Ticket price includes 125 ml glass of Prosecco, programme, chocolate. You will need to present your ticket/confirmation on arrival and the items will be brought to your seats.
General Admission Stalls Table and Booths: Each Table and Booth seats 4 people. If the party is over 4 people you will be allocated seating on arrival and best efforts will be made to seat the party in close proximity. If the party is under 4 people, please note that you may be sharing your table with other customers.
Upper Tier: This is numbered seating.
Diane Liberman28th April
The promotional ad implied it was about a woman and 2 boyfriends but the show is more about a gay couple. I found the play boring so I walked out in the middle. The play needs a rewrite.
Vanessa Lakin16th April
A great show. In the right place to see it
Andrius Krakauskas16th April
Really nice Musical, had a good laughs!
Mrs J. Drake7th April
We had a brilliant evening - the songs, music and performers were all excellent.
Peter M1st April
Great great show nice venue
CARLA ROBINSON25th March
It was amazing and funny would definitely go again!!!!!!!
Gary Hopper22nd March
A great show in a great venue. Nice to watch a musical in comfortable surroundings.