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Book tickets for The Simon and Garfunkel Story showing at the Lyric Theatre in London!
After touring to every corner of the world and following a smash-hit run at the Vaudeville Theatre last year, The Simon & Garfunkel Story is playing at the West End’s Lyric Theatre for a special four-month season. The internationally acclaimed immersive production takes audiences through the story of Simon & Garfunkel’s incredible career.
What is The Simon and Garfunkel Story show about?
The Simon & Garfunkel Story not only tells the tale of the legendary musicians, but relives their journey within a time capsule of contemporary newsreels, adverts and film footage from the 1960s and beyond. This highly biographical, concert-style production will blow you away with its spectacular brass orchestra. Witness the compelling life-story of these two fantastic artists play out live on the West End stage, set against the backdrop of authentic footage, adverts, and newsreels.
The music of The Simon and Garfunkel Story
Led by Sam O’Hanlon (as Paul Simon) and Charles Blyth (as Art Garfunkel), a full live band rekindles all the duo’s classic hits including 'Mrs Robinson', 'Cecilia', 'Bridge Over Troubled Water', 'Homeward Bound', 'The Sound of Silence' and many more, which dominated the radio airwaves upon first release.
Book your tickets for The Simon and Garfunkel Story in London’s West End now!
janice ward29th February
The band at times were a little loud drowned out the singing
Katherine Sanderson26th February
Beautiful voices .
Eileen Chamberlain25th February
Good singers, but a little soulless, felt like a tribute group. We would have liked to have been warned that the seats in the upper circle didn’t have very much leg room, as my husband is very tall.
Linda Stigter25th February
Great show, showcasing true talent.
Timothy Cutress25th February
A great story with great songs very well produced
Linda Nelson25th February
Excellent brilliant singers and musicians. Great evening
Tony Still 25th February
The music was good and the singing amazing, would rather a concert environment than a theatre as no dancing allowed. Like a lot of people was expecting some acting for the story not just watching a screen that didn’t make sense sometimes.
Davean Kaur25th February
It was a fantastic show!!! Loved it
Fabulous voices and the backing musicians are great
Miss Katie Lucht25th February
Not a theatre show - more a tribute band so not quite as expected but maybe I didn’t read what I was booking. However, that said the singing was good and it was enjoyable, couldn’t help but tap along. Perhaps just a little expensive for what it was. Also we couldn’t see from our seats and they were not marked as restricted view when booking- lots of people were complaining. Probably just as well there wasn’t any acting to see.
colin greenwood25th February
The two stars really had the Simon and Garfunkle sound. I could have had more songs to please me! But one should always leave them wanting.