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The Shark is Broken tickets available, must end 13 February!
Duun un, duun un, duun un, keep your eyes peeled, there’s something circling the Ambassador’s theatre! After an extremely successful run at Edinburgh Fringe The Shark is Broken is coming to London’s Ambassador’s Theatre for a 14-week run starting this Autumn. Get out of the water and into the West End! Book The Shark is Broken tickets now to make sure you have a seat to the action.
The Shark is Broken Behind the scenes on Jaws on the London stage
In 1974 in the waters off of Martha’s Vineyard, 3 men sat trapped on the Orca wishing they had a bigger boat. Amidst never-ending delays, bad weather, studio politics and a constantly broken mechanical co-star, Robert Shaw, Roy Scheider, and Richard Dreyfuss wasted away their days filming Jaws. As the timeline and budget stretched insecurities met with inflated egos in a shallow pool of rivalry and alcohol. Take a peek below deck at this hilarious insider fish tale. Written by Robert Nixon and Ian Shaw, son of Robert Shaw, inspired by his father’s journals, The Shark is Broken offers a unique look at the making off one of Hollywood's greatest summer smash-hits of all time.
The Shark is Broken cast and creatives
The cast includes Liam Murray Scott as Richard Dreyfuss and Demetri Goritsas as Roy Scheider, alongside Ian Shaw as Robert Shaw.
The Shark is Broken was written by Ian Shaw and Joseph Nixon and is directed by Guy Masterson. Set and costume design by Duncan Henderson with lighting from Jon Clark. Sound and music are by Adam with video by Nina Dunn. Casting is by Julia Horan CDG.
The associate director is Martha Geelan, associate lighting designer is Simisola Majekodunmi and costume associate is Deborah Andrews.
The Shark is Broken tickets now available
Don’t get caught in the undertow, make sure you’ve got tickets for The Shark is Broken this summer and catch a special look behind the scenes of the making of one of the greatest films of all time! The Ambassador’s Theatre plays host to a great white shark this summer!
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 14+
Running time1hr 30min (no interval)
Performance dates9 October 2021 - 13 February 2022
ContentThis production features strong language and references to alcohol and drugs
IMPORTANT: What to bring with you to the theatre We hope you enjoy your trip to the theatre, but need to make sure you, our staff and the rest of the audience are safe. Upon arrival, as well as your eTickets, all members of your party over the age of 18 must demonstrate their Covid-19 status to gain entry in ONE of the following ways: · ** Full vaccination** (first and second dose), and with the second dose administered at least 14 days before your visit; or · A negative lateral flow test taken within 48 hours of your visit; or · Proof of natural immunity (positive PCR test within the last six months, after self-isolation has ended and up to 180 days after taking the test).
News / Productions / Features / Photos
The Shark is Broken Extends its Run
It looks like The Ambassadors Theatre is gonna need a bigger boat, not because anything’s gone wrong, but because audiences are clambering aboard The Shark Is Broken. Due to popular demand, the show has announced today that it will be extending its run through 13 February 2022. Book your tickets to the extended run now!
9 Nov, 2021 | By Sarah Gengenbach
Review: The Shark is Broken (Ambassador's Theatre)
Them be choppy waters….
With the theme music to the infamous Jaws on repeat, I could feel the trepidation building up as I headed to the Ambassadors Theatre to go aboard The Orca fishing boat, ready to set sail for the filming of Jaws. The facia needs more than a nod to it also – the shark and the teeth popping up from the roof of the theatre is simple but effective. The Ambassadors is an intimate enough space to house this production with ease and grace. However, in anticipating the popularity of the Shark, "you’re gonna need a bigger boat.’"
22 Oct, 2021 | By Kay Johal
News / New Shows + Transfers
New dates announced for The Shark is Broken at Ambassadors Theatre
The 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival sell-out smash hit The Shark is Broken is transferring to the West End’s Ambassadors Theatre this Autumn. The producers have announced new dates for the plays strictly limited London season; with performances from 9 October 2021 to 15 January 2022. Co-written by Ian Shaw and Joseph Nixon, this new play takes audiences behind the scenes of the classic blockbuster Jaws. The Shark is Broken tickets are now booking – secure your seats aboard “The Orca” now!
1 Jul, 2021 | By Jade Ali