Following an extremely successful run at the Donmar Warehouse, the City of Angels, which has won 6 Tony Awards and 3 Oliviers, is set to take the West End by storm. Showing at London’s Garrick Theatre for a long run from the 5th March- 5th September 2020, the City of Angels is a spellbinding, must-see revival!
Directed by Josie Rourke, The City of Angels West End production will star Rosalie Craig, Nicola Roberts, Hadley Fraser and Vanessa Williams, who is known for her role in Ugly Betty. With a mermersing musical score by Cy Coleman, lyrics by David Zippel and a hilarious book by Larry Gelbart, the City of Angels will transport you to the glamorous world of Hollywood during the film noir period. Given that tickets are expected to be in extremely high demand, grab them fast in order to avoid disappointment!
Running time: 2 hours 40 minutes
Age recommendation: 10+
Successful New York novelist Stine moves to the Hollywood sunshine to adapt one of his books into a screenplay for the silver screen. While the audience follows his artistic and romantic journey in the colourful streets of Los Angeles, we are also plunged into the fictional, black and white world he is writing about...
The City of Angels tickets start at £23 and are as expensive as £102, depending on where you choose to sit in the auditorium. The Garrick Theatre has a capacity of 732 seats and is divided across three levels: the Grand Circle, the Dress Circle and the Stalls.
If you are looking for expensive tickets which will give you the best views of the stage, these can be found in the mid- centre of the Stalls where you will be at the centre of the action. There are also excellent seats at the front of the Dress Circle.
The Cheapest tickets in the Garrick Theatre can be found at the back of the Grand Circle, since this is the section of the theatre furthest away from the stage and has some restricted viewing. You can also find discounted tickets to the rear of he stalls and to the sides of any row throughout the theatre.
To make group bookings, please call +44 (0)330 333 4817 (Mon – Fri, 10am – 6pm) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
8+ Accelerator Rate
Band A & B seats are reduced to £39.50
This deal is only valid on Monday- Thursday performances.
Book and pay by 31 March.
8+ Group Rate
£45. Valid Monday to Thursday.
£59.50. Valid Friday and Saturday Matinees.
£22.50 plus 1 FREE teacher ticket per 10 paid.
Valid Monday to Thursday. Upper Circle and rear Stalls seats only.
Situated in the centre of theatreland, the Garrick Theatre is easily accessible by public transport and can also be reached by car. The Garrick Theatre address is:
Garrick Theatre, 2 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH
Tube: the nearest tube station is Leicester Square (Northern, Piccadilly). You can also easily access Charing Cross (Northern, Bakerloo) and Embankment ((District, Circle)
Train: Charing Cross Station is a 5 minute walk away
Bus: bus routes 3, 6, 9, 11, 12, 23, 24, 87, 88, 91, 139 and 453 stop at Trafalgar square which is a 10 minute walk away from the theatre.
Car: the Garrick theatre is part of the Q-Park scheme so you can enjoy 50% off parking. The nearest car parks are Trafalgar Square and Chinatown. Please be aware that the Garrick Theatre is inside the London Congestion Charge Zone.
If you require special assistance or have any questions, please call 0330 333 4815 or email: email@example.com.
Getting into the theatre
The main entrance of the theatre on Garrick Street is accessible via 2 steps up from street level. There is also step free access through an alternative entrance, which is to the left of the main entrance and a portable ramp can be placed here. This entrance leads you directly to Row E in the Dress Circle.
Inside the Theatre
The most accessible area of the theatre is in Dress Circle, where there are 2 wheelchair spacers and transfers are available. We advise you to bring a companion if you are planning on a transfer.
There is no customer lift so the other sections of the theatre are not suitable for customers with limited mobility.
Staff are on hand to help you navigate the theatre and provide an at-seat service for customers who cannot access the bars.
The City of Angels is showing at the Garrick Theatre from the 5th March -5th September 2020.
Show TimesMonday – Saturday 7.30pm
Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm
Craig as Gabby/Bobbi, Hadley Fraser as Stine, Vanessa Williams as Clara/Alaura, and Nicola Roberts as Avril/Mallory, Theo James as Stone, Jonathan Slinger as Buddy Fiddler, Adam Fogarty as Big Six, Cindy Bellot + Ryan Reid + Manuel Pacific and Sadie-Jean Shirley as the Angel City 4, Emily Mae, Joshua St Clair as Peter Kingsley, Marc Elliott as Panchos/Munoz, Mark Penfold as Luther Kingsley, Nick Cavaliere as Sonny, Rebecca Trehearn as Donna/Oolie, and Rob Houchen as Jimmy/Dr Mandril.
The main songs in the City of Angels the Musical are "Double Talk", "What You Don't Know About Women", "Ya Gotta Look Out for Yourself", "The Buddy System", "With Every Breath I Take", "The Tennis Song", "Ev'rybody's Gotta Be Somewhere" , "Lost and Found", "All Ya Have to Do is Wait", "You're Nothing Without Me", "Stay with Me", "You Can Always Count On Me", "I'm Nothing Without You"
The City of Angels the Musical follows the story of writer Stine, who is set on transforming one of his books to a screenplay in Hollywood. The musical not only follows his life in the colourful streets of Los Angeles, but also the black and white world he is writing about.
The City of Angels the Musical is 2 hours 40 minutes long.
The City of Angels the Musical is showing at the Garrick Theatre in London.
Cy Coleman wrote the musical score,David Zippell wrote the lyrics and the musical also features a book by Larry Gelbart.
Josie Rourke directed the City of Angels the Musical.
No, the City of Angels the Musical is only playing at the Garrick Theatre in London and is not visiting the cities of Manchetser, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow.
The original version of the City of Angels the Musical first premiered on 11 December 1989 on Broadway.
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