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What to expect
As a musical comedy, here comes a political satire to tell the story of a bankrupt fictional town. This is because the only industry in this town produces something that doesn't wear out. Mayoress Cora Hoover Hooper and her team have to do something, and to discover what that is you'll need to book your tickets! Be at Southwark Playhouse in London to watch this entertaining show. Book 'Anyone Can Whistle' tickets now and watch the musical featuring Stephen Sondheim numbers. This is a 1964 musical by Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents.
About 'Anyone Can Whistle'
What is 'Anyone Can Whistle' about?
This is a political satire about a fictional town by Arthur Laurents and Stephen Sondheim. The town has gone bankrupt, because the only industry in the town produces a product that never wears out. Mayoress Cora Hoover Hooper and the town council have to arrange more tourists and they do this by faking a story of flowing water from a rock. Meanwhile, patients of a mental hospital in the town flee, and mix with town folks and tourists. Chaos engulfs the town while a fake psychiatrist named J Bowden Hapgood falls in love with a nurse from the asylum named Fay Apple.
Listen to many songs by Sondheim in this London production such as 'Anyone Can Whistle', 'There Won’t Be Trumpets', 'Me And My Town', 'Everybody Says Don’t' and 'With So Little To Be Sure Of'.
The cast includes performers such as Shane Convery, Kathryn Akin, Jordan Broatch, Samuel Clifford, Teddy Hinde, Hana Ichijo, Chrystine Symone, Danny Lane, Marisha Morgan, Nathan Taylor, Alex Young, Renan Teodoro, and Jensen Tudtud. Enjoy this musical directed by the one and only Georgie Rankcom and the team of Natalie Pound, Lisa Stevens, Charlie Ingles, Cory Shipp, Alex Musgrave, and Alex Conder.
The star of the cast, Alex Young, was earlier seen in 'South Pacific' at Chichester festival theatre. She plays the Mayoress in this music extravaganza in London.
Keeping a foot firm in the golden age of music, this musical points forward to the '70s work of Sondheim. The show first opened at Majestic Theater on Broadway on April 4, 1964.
What age is 'Anyone Can Whistle' suitable for?
The age restriction has not been announced, however, parental discretion is advised.
How long is 'Anyone Can Whistle'?
The running time is yet to be announced.
Who is in the London cast of 'Anyone Can Whistle'?
The star cast includes Shane Convery, Kathryn Akin, Jordan Broatch, Samuel Clifford, Teddy Hinde, Hana Ichijo, Chrystine Symone, Danny Lane, Marisha Morgan, Nathan Taylor, Alex Young, Renan Teodoro, and Jensen Tudtud.
Who is the team behind 'Anyone Can Whistle'?
The creative team of the musical includes director Georgie Rankcom, Natalie Pound as the musical director, Lisa Stevens as the choreographer, Charlie Ingles as the new orchestration, Alex Conder as the assistant director, Justin Teasdale as the sound designer, and Adam Smith as the production designer. The set and costume design is by Cory Shipp. Orchestrations are by Don Walker in association with Music Theatre International. The lighting design is by Alex Musgrave.
This is a 1964 musical by Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents.
Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where is 'Anyone Can Whistle' being performed?
The address is Southwark Playhouse, 77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD, United Kingdom.
How do I get to Southwark Playhouse?
Take the Westminster Bridge Road to reach the destination in London.
Elephant and Castle is the nearest tube and train stations.
Where can I park near Southwark Playhouse?
There is restricted parking near the theatre.
Where are the toilet facilities at Southwark Playhouse?
Toilets are available. There is also an accessible toilet at Southwark Playhouse.
Is Southwark Playhouse accessible?
Step-free access is available to all levels of the theatre.
Where can I eat nearby?
Restaurants such as Pala e Matterello, Little Sicily, Guasacaca Mercato, Court Cafe and more are found in and around Southwark Playhouse.