The Girls

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Gary Barlow and Tim Firth join forces to bring a hit musical adaptation of the award-winning 2003 film Calendar Girls to the stage. Based on the true story of a Women’s Institute who fundraise by baring all for the camera, The Girls is a brand-new musical from the original screenwriter of the film and the composer of Broadway smash-hit Finding Neverland. Playing at the Phoenix Theatre London, this is a British musical not to miss.
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WAS £75.00
NOW £35.00
Booking until 15 July 2017

Evita

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Emma Hatton stars as the legendary Eva Perón in Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s acclaimed musical Evita. Returning to the West End as part of a UK tour presented by theatre mogul Bill Kenwright, the production marks the 65th anniversary of the death of Eva. Featuring a mesmerising score with numbers including “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” and “Another Suitcase in Another Hall”, don’t miss out on the theatrical event of the summer!
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Booking from 28 July 2017 until 14 October 2017

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Box Office:0844 871 7629
Access Booking:0844 871 7677
Group Booking:020 7206 1174
Stage Door:020 7438 9600

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History

Originally opening in 1930, the Phoenix Theatre hosted a variety of plays, with its first ever play being the premiere of Noel Coward's Private Lives, starring Laurence Olivier. Further early productions included Tonight at 8:30 (1936), John Gielgud's Love for Love, Under the Counter (1945), The Skin of our Teeth (1945), Terence Rattigan's Harlequinade and The Browning Version (1948) and Quadrille (1952).

Throughout the 60's, the theatre saw plays such as Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales (1968), which ran for approximately 2,000 performances. In 1969, the theatre celebrated its long association with Noel Coward by renaming the foyer bar the Noel Coward Bar on his 70th Birthday.

Notable productions have included Tom Stoppard's Night and Day (1978), with a variety of musical productions throughout the 1980's and 90's, such as The Biograph Girl, Stephen Schwartz's The Baker's Wife and Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods. In 1983, the Phoenix Theatre hosted its first ever pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

1991 saw the theatre make history with the enormous success of Willy Russell's musical Blood Brothers, which transferred over from the Noel Coward Theatre. Running for an impressive 21 years, the musical closed in 2012, making it the venue's longest-running production and one of the longest running productions in West End history.

Following the departure of Blood Brothers, the Phoenix hosted limited runs of Goodnight Mr Tom (2012), Midnight Tango (2013) and Dinosaur Zoo (2013), before becoming home to the Broadway transfer of Enda Walsh's musical Once (2013-2015).

In 2015, the Phoenix hosted the world premiere of new musical Bend it Like Beckham, based on the hit British film. After a successful year run, the production closed and was followed by the Savoy Theatre transfer of Guys and Dolls (2016), starring Hollywood favourite Rebel Wilson.

2016 productions have included Strictly Come Dancing duo Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacache's The Last Tango, with a one-month run of the Dirty Dancing tour and a season run of Peppa Pig's Surprise.

2017 kicks off with the London premiere of Gary Barlow and Tim Firth's new musical The Girls, based on the hit film Calendar Girls.

Past Shows

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Peppa Pig's Surprise
(closed 7 Jan 2017)
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Dirty Dancing
(closed 31 Dec 2016)
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The Last Tango
(closed 3 Dec 2016)

 
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Guys and Dolls
(closed 24 Aug 2016)
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Bend It Like Beckham
(closed 5 Mar 2016)
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Once
(closed 20 Mar 2015)

 
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Dinosaur Zoo
(closed 12 Jan 2014)
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Midnight Tango
(closed 2 Mar 2013)
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Goodnight Mister Tom
(closed 26 Jan 2013)

 
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Blood Brothers
(closed 27 Oct 2012)