Singing in the Rain theater Show- London Tickets
From the golden age of musicals to the West End, Singin’ In The Rain brings the glamour of the MGM film to the Palace theatre. Set at a time of change in the film world, Singin’ In The Rain follows silent movie star Dan Lockwood who has everything he could ever want; fame, adulation and even a well-publicised romance with his co-star Lina Lamont. But there are rumours doing the rounds of a new kind of film that could alter everything, a kind of film where actors talk… and sing… and dance.
Singin’ in the Rain is the…story of that first Hollywood musical, the moment when the silver screen found its voice and never looked back. With all the sparkle and spectacle of a golden age, it features a glorious score including Make ’em Laugh, Good Morning, Moses Supposes and, of course, Singin’ in the Rain. Shining with vitality, wit and romance, this is a musical to lift your heart and set you singin’ and dancin’-in any weather.
Singing in the Rain theater Show- London Ticket Options
Stars Adam Cooper and Scarlett Strallen.
“One of the hits of the year. Go get soaked”
“Never puts a foot wrong. It could be raining in Shaftesbury Avenue for quite a long time”
Please note: If you are sitting in the first few rows you will get wet. Row A of the upper circle is restricted leg room. The balcony section is very high and steeply stepped. Seats in the balcony are partially restricted view.
The famous “Singing in the Rain” show is based on a 1952 American musical comedy film which starred Debbie Reynolds, Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor and directed by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly. Kelly also provided the choreography for the film. Singing in the Rain offers a lighthearted depiction of Hollywood
When first released, the film was only a modest hit, with O’Connor’s winning a Best Actor award at the Golden Globes, Comden and Green’s wining at the Writers Guild of America Awards. But then it was given its legendary status by contemporary critics and now Singing in the Rain is frequently described as one of the best musicals ever made, topping the AFI’s 100 Years of Musicals list, and ranking fifth in its updated list of the greatest American films in 2007.