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The Bridges of Madison County Menier Chocolate Factory tickets for the UK premiere on sale now!
The Original Broadway version of The Bridges of Madison County, which won the Tony Awards for Best Orchestrations and Best Original Score, had its West End premiere this summer for a strictly limited run at London's Menier Chocolate Factory. Based on the highly acclaimed novel by Robert James Waller and the 1995 film of the same name, which was directed by Clint Eastwood and starred both Eastwood and Meryl Streep, The Bridges of Madison County musical is set to take the London theatre scene by storm!
What is The Bridges of Madison County musical about?
The Bridges of Madison County is set in the swinging 1960s and follows an Italian housewife and immigrant named Francesca Johnson who leads a seemingly blissful, simple life on a farm in the American Midwest. But when her family embarks on a trip to the Iowa State Fair, she runs into a stranger named Robert Kincaid, a photographer for the National Geographic who has come to Madison County, Iowa on an assignment to shoot photos of covered bridges in the area. What starts out as an innocent friendship quickly unfolds into a full-blown affair, which reaps detrimental consequences on both of their lives.
Developed by the critically acclaimed creative duo Marsha Norman (Pulitzer prize winner for her 1983 play night, Mother) and Jason Robert Brown (Tony Award winner for Best Original Score for Parade, and lyricist and composer for both Songs for a New World and The Last Five Years), The Bridges of Madison County boasts a touching score and heart-wrenching story that is a welcome addition to any London theatre season. The powerful roles of Robert and Francesca are a dream role for any actor whilst the ensemble is packed with rich and well-developed characters who receive the spotlight in their own right as they share their own life stories. The Menier Chocolate Factory run of The Bridges of Madison County will be lead by Jenna Russell as Francesca and Ed Baker-Duly as Robert. They will be joined by Dale Rapley as Bud, David Perkins as Michael, Georgia Brown as Chiara/Ginny/State Fair Singer, Gillian Kirkpatrick as Marge, Madison Bulleyment as Carolyn, Paul F Monaghan as Charlie and Shanay Holmes as Marian.
The Bridges of Madison County West End musical tickets available now!
Don't miss out on this sure-fire, five-star production. The Bridges of Madison County tickets for the Menier Chocolate Factory West End run are available now at affordable prices. Book your London theatre tickets for The Bridges of Madison County today to secure the best seats and best prices while stocks last.
Mrs Marie Gardiner9th September
The show was amazing. Acting was outstanding.
Barbara Kelman2nd September
Enjoyable and entertaining.
Elizabeth Lindley2nd September
Terrible direction. Trevor Nunn's awkward set and intrusive direction only detracted from this mediocre musical.
The Bridges Of Madison County at The Menier Chocolate Factory was stunning. I have read the book many times (and still cry every time), I have seen the film and I was looking forward to this production - it did not disappoint. I cried all over again for Francessca Johnson and Robert Kincaid. The whole cast were fantastic. Brilliant
Nataliya Kononenko28th August
Tracey Wilkes25th August
Well acted, sung and sympathetic to the book and film
Richard Perkins16th August
The performances were outstanding and I was hooked on every moment. The cast were a beautiful blend and had an equally strong presence on the stage. When I was told the play would be as long as it was, I had my reservations, but the first half was so gripping it felt timeless. not having seen the film and not knowing the plot I found the second half equally as gripping. Quite an emotional second half. Fabulous
James Johnson7th August
I thought that the direction and performances were wonderful. The music rose to emotional levels and reflected the heartache of the story. A first rate piece of theatre. Only one observation that being that the show lasts too long. In my opinion a cut of 10-15 mins wouldn’t harm the storyline. Many in the audience were a bit restless towards the end. Verdict? A great night out.
Hiroshi Takahashi5th August
Nice music. Small but close theatre. I enjoyed a lot. Thank you.
Alison Jane Barrett19th July
Fabulous singing, and very moving. The set on the revolve was perfect and fitted the historical context. What was lovely was the cast’s verve abs enjoyment,