28 May 2021
Filmed live at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London
Running Time: 144 minutes(including one 10-minute interval)
Act 1: 72 minutes
Interval: 10 minutes
Act 2: 62 minutes
42nd Street, the legendary Broadway musical theatre classic, tells the story of Peggy Sawyer, a talented young performer with stars in her eyes who gets her big break on Broadway. This is the largest ever staging of the Tony® Award-winning musical and it was filmed live at the magnificent Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in the heart of London’s West End. Fresh off the bus from small-town America Peggy is just another face in the chorus line on Broadway’s newest show. But when the leading lady gets injured, Peggy might just have the shot at stardom she’s always dreamed of…
Directed by the show author, Mark Bramble, this stars national treasure Bonnie Langford as Dorothy Brock, Tom Lister as Julian Marsh, Clare Halse as Peggy Sawyer and Philip Bertioli as Billy Lawlor, performing with a dazzling tap-dancing and show-stopping ensemble cast. Featuring iconic songs 42nd Street, We’re In The Money, Lullaby Of Broadway, Shuffle Off To Buffalo, Dames, and I Only Have Eyes For You, this is pure musical magic on the big screen–entertainment doesn’t get bigger than this!
Please note: this is the filmed version of the London stage show.
*Please note Covid restrictions will be in effect. The venue will only be open to bookers at show-times.*
Seats are divided into socially-distanced bubbles. You’ll need to book all the seats in your chosen bubble before booking. Please be aware that seating bubbles should only include members of the same extended household. If you can’t find a bubble of the size you need, please contact the Box Office on 01923 225 671 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You’ll need to arrive at the venue at a set time (15-30 minutes) before the start of the show to be shown to your seats, please check your e-ticket carefully for your entry door and time.
Face coverings will be required at all times within the venue unless eating or drinking.
“Utterly moreish extravaganza of glitz”
“Achingly beautiful revival of an American classic”