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2 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH
2 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH
Year opened: 1889
Booking until Jun 10
Opens Jun 06
David Walliams' Gangsta Granny
Opens Jul 26
Horrible Histories – More Best Of Barmy Britain
Opens Aug 05
Opens Sep 28
June 6-July 22, 2017
Debuting in 2016 in Las Vegas, and appearing on America's Got Talent in 2008, this uniquely charming silent comedian is set to charm the socks off audiences at the Garrick Theatre, as part of his first UK tour. Hailed by Mr Mean (Simon Cowell) as a modern-day Charlie Chaplin, Sam Wills' curious and cute creation has won over audiences in America, his native New Zealand with his uproariously funny use of every day objects, music and even the films of Patrick Swayze. A fond tribute to the forgotten art of mime and silent comedy, Tape Face won the The Press People's Choice Award at the World Buskers Festival in 2008, following his appearance on AGT.
July 26-September 3, 2017
In time to celebrate their 25th anniversary, Birmingham Stage Company will stage a brand-new adaptation of David Walliams' best-selling children's book, Gangsta Granny. Coming to the Garrick Theatre in summer 2017, this Neal Foster co-produced work boasts an incredible creative team with design by Jackie Trousdale and choreography by Chantry Dance Company. With casting yet to be announced, this West End treat is expected to draw kids in over the summer holidays, making it a great way to experience theatre for the first time!
August 5-September 2, 2017
Calling all fans of gross, grim and utterly hilarious - Horrible Histories once again heads to the West End this summer with their brand-new show, courtesy of Birmingham Stage Company to mark their 25th anniversary! A British phenomenon on both television and the stage; it has seen 12 years of stage adaptations, with six of those enjoying prime engagements in the West End. This new show will combine all the best bits of their previous Barmy Britain Parts One, Two and Three shows, plus last year's The Best of Barmy Britain, and a brand new scene featuring Shakespeare!
Opens September 28, 2017
Mel Brooks is set to bring his hugely successful 2007 re-imagining of Young Frankenstein to the West End, following its critically acclaimed run on Broadway, and the following US tour. Currently on the prowl for a permanent home in London, Young Frankenstein will be co-directed by Brooks and Susan Stroman, who also choreographed the adaptation for the stage. With a host of British talent being sought for the cast, watch this space for more details of dates and a theatre for the satirical masterpiece to call home!
Located on Charing Cross Road, The Garrick Theatre is a West End theatre which opened in 1889, when it was known for its performances of melodrama. The theatre is named in honour of actor David Garrick. Since October 2005, the theatre has been owned and operated under Nimax Theatres Ltd, of Nica Burns and Max Weitzenhoffer. The Grade II listed building now hosts a wide variety of productions.
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