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Guys and Dolls

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Until August 31, 2024

This immersive production of the New York musical has a bold design, superb singing and chemistry between its stars

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Why See Guys and Dolls?

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I've always been a bad guy

Guys and Dolls scoops the Olivier Award for Best Theatre Choreographer! 

You're invited to this Olivier Award winning party as The Bridge Theatre transforms into one of the greatest musicals of all time, Guys and Dolls! You'll be wrapped around all the action with this immersive experience, where you'll be transported to the bars of Havana and the streets of Manhattan. With more laughs, more romance and more hit songs than any show, it's bound to be one experience you don't want to miss.

what is guys and dolls about?

A swinging tale of gangsters, gamblers, and molls, Guys and Dolls is one of the all-time classic American musicals. The show originally premiered on Broadway in 1950 and picked up five Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Five years later it was adapted for the silver screen with Frank Sinatra and Marlon Brando. The story follows the escapades of gamblers Nathan and Sly, who are prepared to bet it all for love. Set on the glittering, jazz-age streets of New York, Guys and Dolls features some iconic musical theatre numbers, including 'Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat,' 'Luck Be a Lady'. 

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Opening night: 27 February 2023

Cast and Creative


Owain Arthur as Nathan Detroit
Timmika Ramsay as Miss Adelaide
Jonathan Andrew Hume as Nicely-Nicely Johnson
Ryan Pidgen  as Benny Southstreet
Tori Scott as General Cartwright
Niall Buggy as Arvide Abernathy
TJ Lloyd as Rusty Charlie
Dashaun Vegas as Harry the Horse
Cornelius Clarke as Lieutenant Brannigan 
George Ioannides as Sky Masterson
Cameron Johnson as Big Jule
Celinde Schoenmaker as Sarah Brown
Tori Scott as General Cartwright/Good Time Charley Bernstein


Katie Bradley, Tanisha-Mae Brown, Filippo Coffano, Eamonn Cox, Kamilla Fernandes, Alex Given, Lucie Horsfall, Hollie Jane Stephens, Dominic Lamb, Siān Nathaniel-James, Sophie Pourret, Nathan Rigg, Pierce Rogan and Samuel Routley


Set design by Bunny Christie
Choreography by Arlene Phillips
Costumes by Deborah Andrews and Christie
Direction and choreography by James Cousins
Lighting by Paule Constable
Sound by Paul Arditti
Musical direction by Tom Brady
Orchestrations by Charlie Raosen 
Casting by Charlotte Sutton



Best Theatre Choreographer - Arlene Phillips and James Cousins

Olivier Award Nominations - 2024

Best Musical Revival
Best Actress in a Musical - Marisha Wallace
Best Actor in a Musical - Daniel Mays
Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Cedric Neal
Best Costume Design - Bunny Christie and Deborah Andrews
Best Theatre Choreographer - Arlene Phillips and James Cousins
Outstanding Musical Contribution - Tom Brady and Charlie Rosen
Best Set Design - Bunny Christie 
Best Lighting Design - Paule Constable

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8 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)

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Susannah Cannell: “Outstanding and really good fun ”

Clever staging, great songs, fabulous characters - what a fantastic opening... more

Sheila Malone: “GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!”

Lucky enough to get tickets for opening night. We were seated in the gallery... more

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