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Some Girl I Used To Know Tickets
Denise Van Outen stars in her new musical play
Arts Theatre, London
TV presenter, West End star and Strictly Come Dancing alum Denise Van Outen's self-penned play with music, Some Girl I Used To Know makes its way to the West End's Arts Theatre after a succesful tour of the UK.
Co-written by Terry Ronald, Some Girl I Used To Know features a mix if songs from the 80s and 90s including Culture Club and Soft Cell.
In Some Girl I Used To Know, Denise Van Outen plays Stephanie Canworth, a woman who has it all. She's a media darling with a loving and supportive husband and a career path well on track. However just one poke on Facebook send her world up in the air as a blast from her past brings back old memories - kisses and candyfloss, first loves and broken hearts - and alongside the old memories come old temptations...
'Her performance is incredibly powerful... a standing ovation on its first night... worth checking out for Denise's great singing alone' The Sun
'It is Van Outen's inserted cover versions of torch songs by Soft Cell, Culture Club and others that really shine out, delivered with soft, mellifluous breathiness but gaining reverberative strength' The Times
'Her soaring vocals and superbly delivered lyrics provide the beating heart to this girl's story' The Stage
'Brilliant… Incredibly Funny… I loved it!' Hello!
in London for a limited time, book you Some Girl I Used To Know tickets today!
Running time1 hour 45 minutes including one interval
Performance dates22 August - 13 September 2014. Monday to Saturday 8pm, Saturday 4pm
Venue InformationArts Theatre6-7 Great Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JB
Denise Van Outen & Lucy Punch Return To The West End Plus More #WestEndUpdate
As the summer holidays come to an end, the West End is returning back to normal with a handful of big announcements and openings. Firstly, later this week leading lady Denise Van Outen returns to the West End with the transfer of her one woman musical Some Girl I Used To Know.
20 Aug, 2014 | By Andrew Tomlins