Bill Kenwright’s production surpassed 10,000 performances in London’s West End, one of only three musicals ever to achieve that milestone. It has been affectionately christened the ‘Standing Ovation Musical’, as inevitably it 'brings the audience cheering to its feet and roaring its approval' (The Daily Mail).
The superb score includes Bright New Day, Marilyn Monroe and the emotionally charged hit Tell Me It’s Not True.
Exhilarating... One of the best musicals ever written- Sunday Times
A triumphant evening... Unmissable and unbeatable- The Spectator
Brings the audience cheering to its feet and roaring approval- The Daily Mail
Gritty, gripping, superb- Mail On Sunday
Dazzling- Sunday Telegraph
Terrific- Sunday Express
Theatre Royal Brighton opened in 1806 and is one of the oldest working theatres in the country. Ibsen premiered a UK production of The Doll’s House at the Theatre and Lord Olivier, John Gielgud and Dame Judi Dench have all performed on the famous stage. Theatre Royal Brighton has a bright future as it starts a third century of entertaining audiences.