Musical

Seven Brides For Seven Brothers

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Location

Regent's Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park

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Seven Brides For Seven Brothers

Bless your beautiful hide if it isn't a classic musical

"Rachel Kavanaugh and the talented team behind this revival give MGM a run for its money...An evening to treasure."

- Sunday Express
Those songs. That dancing. That story. You don’t have to be your parents to harbour mad love for Seven Brides. The 1954 musical fully deserves the "timeless" epithet because, frankly, it’s timeless. The golden age of movie musicals may be long gone but the magic lives on. Open Air Theatre’s stage adaptation of the MGM film is full of joy, brio and exquisite choreography. The award-winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is a London landmark – a firm fixture of summer in the city, providing a cultural hub in the beautiful surroundings of a Royal Park. Its steeply raked auditorium is one of the largest in London with 1,250 seats, yet those who attend say it is one of the most intimate, one-of-a-kind experiences in the city. "Alistair David's choreography is joyous...A barnstorming production, in which tongue-in-cheek humour abounds." – Sunday Times "With stunning, balletic choreography by Alistair David...there's spectacular axe-jumping, cartwheeling, trestle-table assembling, polka prancing, plank bashing and fist fighting. You have no choice but to give in, roll over, and look forward to summer." Not suitable for children under 5. Runtime: Act 1: 1 hour 5 minutes, Interval 20 min, Act 2: 45 minutes. Ticket price includes booking fees. If booking multiple tickets please make sure to book from one YPlan account if you want to be seated together. You will be allocated the best available seats in the selected seating area. Please note that RV stands for Restricted View. These tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded (unless of course the performance is cancelled).

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