Legally Blonde Theatre Tickets London

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The Savoy Theatre

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Charing Cross & Embankment

The smash hit movie is now a major new musical!

Jerry Mitchell, nominated for an Olivier Award for his choreography and winner of a Tony Award for his directorial skills, has put together a first-class artistic team to adapt the smash-hit film Legally Blonde into a blockbuster West End musical.

When homecoming queen and college sweetheart Elle Woods is dumped by her boyfriend, she doesn't take it lying down. She puts away her credit cards, starts studying like crazy and sets her sights on Harvard Law School. Follow the trials and tribulations of this brilliant new West End heroine as she and Bruiser, her Chihuahua, quit the California Campus lifestyle and head for Harvard's Halls of Justice. Sheridan Smith plays the intrepid blonde bombshell, while Duncan James plays her boyfriend, Warner. Legally Blonde the Musical is so much fun it should be illegal!

Legally Blonde the Musical will be showing at the Savoy Theatre in London from 7th December 2009.

 

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The Savoy Theatre

Richard D'Oyly Carte built the Savoy Theatre as a Gilbert and Sullivan showcase where the Savoy Palace in London used to be. C I Phipps designed this London theatre, and Collinson and Locke did the décor. It opened its doors in 1881, only to be torn down and rebuilt in 1929, when it reopened with a production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Gondoliers.

Some notable productions that have been performed at the Savoy Theatre include The Importance of Being Oscar, The Magistrate, HMS Pinafore, Hay Fever, the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Richard III, The Pirates of Penzance, Enigmatic Variations and Antarctica.

This London theatre can seat 1158 people, and is currently staging Dreamboats and Petticoats, with booking available until 31 October 2009. The best-selling Dreamboats and Petticoats album inspired this musical, and the show runs for approximately 2 hours and 25 minutes. It is performed Monday to Friday at 7.30pm, with a matinee on Thursday at 3pm and Saturday at 4pm.

The Savoy Theatre is at Strand, London, WC2R 0ET, and the closest Undergrounds are Charing Cross and Embankment, while the nearest train station is Charing Cross.

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