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What to expect

The sensational story focusing on WWII's 'Great Escape' is coming to the historic Alexandra Palace Theatre in London. Explore the London premiere of this story, that was made popular by the 1963 movie, starring Steve McQueen. Alexandra Palace Theatre was a prisoner of war camp during WWI, making this the perfect location to learn about this story of World War II history. This is the story of breaking free from the notorious Stalag Luft III prisoner of war camp. It is also a true story, that will honour the people in the story and debunk the myths surrounding it. Tom, Dick, and Harry were the names of the three escape tunnels. This inspiring story is co-written by Michael Hugo, Andrew Pollard, and Theresa Heskins. With rousing music and daring acrobatics, enjoy this touching and funny true story. Book 'Tom, Dick, & Harry' tickets today.

About 'Tom, Dick & Harry'

What is 'Tom, Dick & Harry' about?

This is the London premiere of the true story behind one of the boldest prison escape attempts in World War II history. The producers of the hit productions, 'SIX The Musical' and 'The Play That Goes Wrong', bring this show to London. Co-written by Michael Hugo, Andrew Pollard, and Theresa Heskins, this is an inspiring story filled with rousing music, as well as fun events.

Inspired by real events, this is the story of the WWII great escape from Stalag Luft III. This show documents the escape from the infamous prisoner of war camp and helps honour the people involved. It also helps sort fiction from fact. You'll learn about Tom, Dick, and Harry, the three escape tunnels.

Enjoy stage craft at its best at the London premiere of 'Tom, Dick, & Harry'.

What age is 'Tom, Dick & Harry' suitable for?

The recommended age is eight and over.

How long is the show?

The running time of this show is two hours and 30 minutes.

Who is the team behind 'Tom, Dick & Harry'?

Andrew Pollard, Michael Hugo, and Theresa Heskins are the writers of the show. Theresa Heskins directs the play. Producer of the hit shows, 'SIX The Musical' and 'The Play That Goes Wrong', bring this show to London for its premiere. 

Filiz Ozcan is the assistant director, Laura Willstead is the set designer, Lis Evans is the costume designer, Daniella Beatie is the lighting designer, Alex Day is the sound designer, James Atherton is the musical director and composer, Beverley Norris-Edmunds is the choreographer, Caroline Heatherington is the vocal coach, and Anji Carroll CDG is the casting associate.

This is a Kenny Wax Ltd. and New Vic Theatre co-production.

Who is in the London cast of 'Tom, Dick & Harry'?

The cast includes Sam Craig who plays CJ, Andrius Gaucas as Janacek, David Fairs as Giesler, Michael Hugo as Huber or Bob, and Perry Moore as the role of Fritz. It also includes Andrew Pollard as Wings or Lederman, Dominic Thorburn as Ballard, Nicholas Richardson as Landry, and Eddy Westbury as the character, Lucky Jimmy, along with Tom Hardman and Joshua Lyster.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is 'Tom, Dick & Harry' being performed?

The address of the venue is Alexandra Palace Theatre, Alexandra Palace Way, London N22 7AY, United Kingdom.

How do I get to Alexandra Palace?

The A400 or A503 will take you to Alexandra Palace Theatre in the shortest possible time.

Wood Green is the nearest tube station.

Alexandra Palace is the nearest train station.

Where can I park near Alexandra Palace?

There are parking spaces available at Alexandra Palace. East Court car park is the nearest.

Where are the toilet facilities at Alexandra Palace?

There are unisex toilets available in the venue. There are more gendered toilets with access facilities and baby changing facilities available on theatre nights. They can be accessed from the theatre foyer.

Is Alexandra Palace accessible?

The theatre is fully accessible.

Where can I eat nearby?

Some popular recommendations are Miller & Carter, Tomo Pizzeria and Restaurant, Taste of Nawab, Charlie's Café & Bakery, and Bob's Café Muswell Hill.

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