Singin' In The Rain
LAST CHANCE - CLOSES JUNE 8th!
Based on the legendary MGM movie, this is the story of the first Hollywood movie musical, when the silver screen found its voice and left silent movies, and some of its stars, behind. Packed full of all the charm, romance, comedy and tinsel town glamour of one of the world’s best loved films, Jonathan Church’s brand new production features a glorious score including Good Morning, Make ‘em Laugh, Moses Supposes and the classic Singin’ in the Rain.
With high-energy choreography and sumptuous set design, Singin’ in the Rain “genuinely makes you feel better about life” (Charles Spencer, The Daily Telegraph).
Seat Prices From: £20.00
Singin in the Rain offers the following discount tickets:
Mon-Wed just £45 until 23rd May
Duration: 2 hours 40 minutes
Shaftesbury Avenue, London
Capacity : 1,480
Air Conditioning : No - portable units sometimes used
Disabled Toilets : No
Wheelchair Spaces : 1 space in Stalls. Transfer seating available to aisle seats in Stalls.
InfaRed : Yes Deposit required.
Guide Dogs : Not allowed inside auditorium but staff can look after up to 2 dogs per performance.
Train : Leicester Square
Buses : 14, 19, 22, 24, 38, 40, 176
Carparks : Cambridge Circus and Upper St Martin's Lane
Singin in the Rain offers the following Group Rates:
SUMMER GROUP RATE £29.50 (for 10+)Available 1 - 5 June and 28 July - 9 September
STANDARD GROUP RATE £35.00 (for 40+)£39.50 (for 10+)£48.00 (for 6+)Available Monday - Friday evenings & Wednesday matinees
OAP GROUPS £29.50 (10+)Tuesday & Wednesday evenings and Wednesday matinees
SCHOOL GROUPS (10+)£22.50 (Top price tickets)£15.00 (Balcony tickets)Plus one teacher free with every ten tickets purchasedMonday-Friday evenings & Wednesday matinees
All rates are subject to availability. Certain exclusions apply and all include a £1.00 theatre restoration levy
For more information or to book please call 020 7851 0311
“One of the most marvellous movie musicals of all time - now bigger, bolder and better and making quite a splash at London’s Palace Theatre”
Mail on Sunday
“A night of pure delight.
The perfect pick-me-up with thrillingly inventive choreography.'
The Daily Telegraph
“Adam Cooper in the Gene Kelly role is sensational.”
The Daily Express
“All-singing, all dancing entertainment with a talented, highly-drilled cast and 14,000 litres of high-drilled water!'
“This show never puts a foot wrong.”
'One of the hits of the year. It’s got feel-good factor galore.'