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Tickets for Queen Of The Mist West End transfer available now!
Following its successful UK premiere at the Jack Studio Theatre, Queen Of The Mist has transferred to the Charing Cross Theatre. The music of Michael John LaChiusa brings this unbelievable true story to life on the stage. Tickets for the extremely limited season of Queen Of The Mist at the West End’s Charing Cross Theatre are sure to be in high demand, so book your seats now!
Pint of Wine Theatre Company presents Queen Of The Mist
With words and music by five-time Tony Award nominee Michael John LaChiusa, Queen Of The Mist tells the incredible true story of Anna Edson Taylor who, at the dawn of the 20th century on her 63rd birthday, set out to become the first person to survive a trip over the notoriously dangerous Niagara Falls in a barrel of her own design. Based on the astounding and outrageous true story of a woman who risked death so that she could live, La Chiusa mixes his insightful and captivating style with turn of the century themes to bring us an award-winning musical.
The original 2011 Off-Broadway production of Queen Of The Mist won the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical and was nominated for six Drama Desk Awards, including Outstanding Musical.
Cast and Creatives of Queen Of The Mist
The original cast of Queen Of The Mist will reprise their roles for the limited West End season. The cast will once again be headed by Trudi Camilleri (Ragtime, Death Takes a Holiday) playing Anna Edson Taylor. She will be joined by Will Arundell (Mack & Mabel), Emily Juler, Emma Ralston, Tom Blackmore, Conor McFarlane and Andrew Carter.
Music and words by 4-time Tony Award nominee Michael John LaChiusa known for shows such as Hello Again, Marie Christine, The Wild Party and See What I Wanna See. The acclaimed production by the Pint of Wine Theatre Company is directed by Dom O'Hanlon.
Do not miss your chance to see Queen Of The Mist at London's Charing Cross Theatre in its strictly limited season. Take a trip over Niagara Falls, book your tickets to Queen Of The Mist now to guarantee the best seats at the very best prices.
Age restrictionRecommended for ages 11+.
Running time2hr 15 min (inc. interval)
Performance dates15 August 2019 – 28 September 2019
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Valid all performances until 28 September 2019.
John Beard29th September
Brilliantly acted and sung. Unusual subject for a musical but it worked. No really memorable songs though. Act 2 was quite challenging but it was thought provoking and lifted the show above the usual musical fare.
Good book, good singing, music ok.
Norah Keating22nd September
Queen of the Mist is exceptionally well-written and produced. It has powerful messages about pride and poverty and risk and the fragility of fame. The music connects seamlessly with the dialogue and actors and musicians did a fine job throughout. This production is worthy of a much larger venue but as a member of the audience, I enjoyed the intimate nature of the theatre.
DR NAGUI GENDI17th September
enjoyed it. The music and singing was great
Gutian Zou15th September
Amazing music, professional
Michael Williamson13th September
This was an unusual subject beautifully and enthusiastically presented by a small but very energetic cast who worked well together as a team. The pace was fast and the score was catchy. this was the first time that I had visited the theatre in its 'in the round' arrangement and I thought that this helped with this presentation. Well done to everybody concerned.
jennifer wootten13th September
excellent show, well performed and singing very clear and easy to hear
Shyama Bharat8th September
Good value! Good show!
neil dalrymple31st August
Not a great show (any possibility of Bernarda Alba, which I much enjoyed at the Union several years ago?) but it was very well-performed by all the cast (it would be interesting to know how often last night's double cast-change has happened as it was all very slick).
Sonia Hall30th August
Lovely little musical well performed, quaint little theatre throughly enjoyed and well worth a visit and the £13 paid
Risa Shinkai29th August
It was interesting show, good cast. And we can watch it close to actors
Anne Boswell29th August
My friends and I went to watch the production with an 'open book' - we weren't sure what to expect. The theatre is very intimate and well located. The actors/singers/musicians were fantastic and overall thought it was a great and professional production with huge imagination. The only point I would make is the Queen of the Mist's death was over-long and drawn out - could have cut 10 mins or so. Good value for money entertainment.