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An American in Paris
Booking until January 6 2018
An American in Paris tickets are available now, book soon to ensure you see it before it closes.
The Tony® Award-winning Broadway musical, about love, hope and living your dreams, has taken the West End by storm, with standing ovations from the public and a record-setting 28 five-star reviews from UK critics.
An American in Paris tells the story of Jerry, a former American soldier who decides to stay in Paris after the war to pursue his art- painting. While in Paris Jerry meets the beautiful and incredibly talented ballerina, Lise. Soon art isn’t the only thing Jerry is pursuing, but he’s not the only one with his eye on her.
With gorgeous Gershwin tunes (including the classic hits ‘S Wonderful and I Got Rhythm), stunning designs and show-stopping choreography, this breathtakingly beautiful hit musical is inspired by the Oscar® winning MGM film and tells the impassioned story of an American GI discovering art, friendship and love in the ‘City of Light’ in 1945.
The cast stars Ashley Day (Kiss Me, Kate, Oklahoma) as Jerry Mulligan and Leanne Cope, who originated the role on Broadway in 2015, as Lise Dassin. They are joined by Haydn Oakley (Side Show, Sunset Boulevard) as Henri Baurel, Zoë Rainey (Romeo and Juliet, A Winter’s Tale) as Milo Davenport and David Seadon-Young ( A Damsel in Distress, Assassins) as Adam Hochberg. Julie Legrad (Gypsy, Wicked) as Madame Baurel and Julian Forsyth (The Go Between, Sunset Boulevard) as Monsieur Baurel are joined by a fabulous ensemble cast of more than thirty members.
Experience ‘London’s most joyous musical!’ (Playbill) before its engagement must end on 6 January 2018!
“Theatrical gold” -- Michael Billington, THE GUARDIAN
“A luxurious, sumptuous musical masterpiece” -- Paul Phear, Smooth Radio
“This superb show is a riot of colour and movement” Michael Billington, THE GUARDIAN
“This spectacularly ravishing show has rhythm, romance and razzle-dazzle” -- Georgina Brown, MAIL ON SUNDAY
“Full of dance, romance and glorious Gershwin” -- David Jays, THE SUNDAY TIMES