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Don't miss Murder Ballad, the thrilling new musical of love, obsession and murderous desire as it heads to the Arts Theatre this October with West End and Broadway stars Kerry Ellis, (Wicked, Cats), Ramin Karimloo (Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables), Victoria Hamilton-Barritt (In The Heights) and Norman Bowman (Finding Neverland).
Sara, Tom and Michael are three New Yorkers caught in a secret love triangle that could tear their lives apart. Life has not dealt any of them the cards they wanted, and Sara is stuck in the middle, torn between her downtown past and her uptown future. Is the one that got away really worth risking everything for?
Fresh from making a critically acclaimed killing off-Broadway, Murder Ballad is a razor-sharp tale of modern relationships, abandoned dreams and treachery in the big city. Written by the award-winning Julia Jordan with music and lyrics by singer-songwriter Juliana Nash, this is a boldly brilliant and explosive new musical that's set to be London's hottest new sensation.
Warning! Murder Ballad contains content suitable only for adults aged 16 and over which some people may find offensive, including strong language, scenes of a sexual nature (including sexual simulation) and sexual references throughout. In purchasing a ticket for Murder Ballad, you acknowledge that you have read and understand this caution. The producers of Murder Ballad accept no responsibility or liability for any offence that may be caused.
Running time1 hour 30 minutes with no interval, Monday to Saturday 8pm, Friday and Saturday 5pm
Performance dates29th September to 3rd December 2016
ContentWarning! Murder Ballad contains content suitable only for adults aged 16 and over which some people may find offensive, including strong language, scenes of a sexual nature (including sexual simulation) and sexual references throughout. In purchasing a ticket for Murder Ballad, you acknowledge that you have read and understand this caution. The producers of Murder Ballad accept no responsibility or liability for any offence that may be caused.
Kerry Ellis will not perform on Friday Matinees and 16th & 17th November.
Julia Lipold13th November
Amazing show. Very intense and superb performance by all involved. A must see!
Rehana Mohammed13th November
Absolutely amazing performance. Highly recommend it ??
Andrew Barton27th October
All four leading characters/actors were truly outstanding ... a very different yet refreshing and exciting kind of musical!
Will Solly19th October
I enjoyed the show for what it was. I did find my mind wondering a couple of times and don't reply rmemeber many (in fact any) of the songs but a fantastic cast and a nice production. I can't give it 3.5 * so have begrudgingly rounded up.
Terence Haywood16th October
Great show - phenomenal cast - enthralling and engaging from start to end.
Christopher Feltman10th October
We saw the show on 10/06/2016 and really enjoyed. The cast were all quite good and though the staging was very minimalist, you always knew exactly where they were supposed to be. The standout had to be Victoria Hamilton-Barritt as the narrator. Would recommend the show for adults only due to themes and language. Running time is a brisk 90 minutes with no intermission.
Katie Smith9th October
Murder Ballad was incredible, we really enjoyed from the start, and the ending really blew us all away. Would 100% recommend. The only disappointment of the evening was to find we were charged £59.50 per ticket though London Theatre Direct when our printed tickets were £49.50. £10 per person is a pretty steep add on for three people.
Michael Lipschitz5th October
Excellent production.My only criticism is that the band was too loud and drowned out the lyrics
Sarah Nicholas2nd October
A very seductive and intense show. The whole cast is amazing! Will definitely be back to see it again.
Alice Peeters2nd October
The show is overwhelming, very physical. The entire cast is amazing.