A Chorus Line
The first London production of the iconic musical 'A Chorus Line' since the original 1976 Drury Lane production is dazzling audiences at the London Palladium. Based on the 2006 Broadway revival, director Bob Avian and choreographer Baayork Lee recreate Michael Bennett's timeless story of a group of dancers' struggle to gain the chance of a lifetime - the chance to dance. As each dancer steps up to the line, their individual story is told in an honest and genuine fashion, and the audience see the hope and desperation as their lives are laid bare for all to see. John Partridge, Leigh Zimmerman and Scarlett Strallen star in this award-winning revival production that is not to be missed.
- 5 February 2013
- 31 August 2013
- Performance Times
- Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday 3pm
- Evenings: Monday to Saturday 7.45pm
- Running Time
- 2 hours (no interval)
- Age Restrictions
- A Chorus Line features some moments that may be unsuitable for children, including discussions of sex, sexuality and moderately strong language. It is recommended for those over the age of 12.