Guys and Dolls Tickets
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After premiering on Broadway in 1950, Guys & Dolls has established its reputation as one of the leading musical romantic comedies of all time. Rolling straight onto the stage of London’s The Bridge, Guys & Dolls welcomes you to the streets of Manhattan, the bars of Havana and even the sewers of New York! With extremely unlikely pairings and equally improbable love stories, step into this world of dodgy casinos and downtown crime. Book your tickets today!
About Guys & Dolls
The original Broadway production of Guys & Dolls debuted on Broadway in 1950 and ran for 1,200 performances. Its 1976 revival ran for 239 performances, with its 1992 revival running for almost as long as the original. The film version, starring Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra & Vivian Blaine had the highest box-office gross of 1955. Guys & Dolls won 8 Tony Awards (including music & lyrics) and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award. The 1992 production won a Tony for Best Revival, with its cast album being awarded a Grammy.
Guys & Dolls synopsis
Vibrantly set in 20th-century New York City, Guys & Dolls jumps from the streets of Times Square to the cafes of Havana and Cuba. No-good Nathan Detroit is desperately searching for the money to fund his illegal dice games, all whilst eluding law enforcement and his impatient fiancée Miss Adelaide, who demands that he quit his antics and relocate to the suburbs. When Nathan meets infamous gambler Sky Masterson, a man with an insatiable appetite for raising the stakes, they make a bet, that Sky cannot persuade any woman to go to Cuba with him, the nominated woman - Sergeant Sarah Brown of the Save-A-Soul-Mission, a woman with a heart of ice, probably the hardest to charm… surely this is one bet that Nathan can’t lose?
Guys & Dolls cast and creatives
The cast of Guys & Dolls is comprised of Owain Arthur in the leading role of Nathan Detroit, alongside Andrew Richardson as Sky Masterson, Celinde Schoenmaker as Sarah Brown, Cedric Neal as Nicely-Nicely Johnson and Marisha Wallace as Miss Adelaide and many more!
Guys & Dolls is based on the story and characters by Damon Runyon and is directed by Nicholas Hytner, with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser, book by Jo Sweling and Abe Burrows and choreography by Arlene Phillips with James Cousins.
Guys & Dolls tickets are available now!
Prepare to rock out to all of the Broadway classics such as 'Luck Be a Lady', 'Sit Down You Are Rocking The Boat', 'Adelaide’s Lament', 'Guys & Dolls' and more! Guys & Dolls is a charming classic that you should definitely bet on! Book your tickets for Guys & Dolls today!
Age restrictionUnder 6s will not be admitted. Children aged 6-11 are welcome to attend, but must be seated. Immersive-standing ticket holders must be aged 12 and above.
Running time2 hours 50 minutes (including interval)
Performance dates3 March 2023 - 31 August 2024.
ContentThis production includes Gambling, Alcohol use, Infrequent physical violence, and Partial nudity. A prop gun will be seen on stage but not shot.
AccessCaptioned: Tuesday 6 June 2023, 7.30pm, Saturday 18 August 2023 , 2.30 pm Audio described: Saturday 10 June 2023, 2.30pm.
Venue InformationBridge Theatre3 Potters Fields Park SE1 2SG, London, SE1 2SG
SAVE ON TICKET PRICES Valid Monday - Friday performances 13 November - 15 December 2023 and 1 January - 2 February 2024. Book by 10am 6 December 2023.
Upcoming Performance Times
Top 8 fun facts about Guys and Dolls
Guys and Dolls is a modern classic that explores the lives of two seemingly mismatched couples. Nathan Detroit, a smooth-talking gambler, is desperately trying to find a venue for his latest craps game. Whilst his fiancée of 14 years, the sassy Adelaide, wants nothing more than a white picket fence and a normal life. When Sky wagers Nathan that he can woo the missionary, Sarah Brown, to join him on a trip to Havana, the stage is set for an epic Cuban adventure.
It’s 1950 in the city that never sleeps…will you roll the dice? Check out our top 8 fun facts about the Guys and Dolls the musical (and film)!
5 Sep, 2023 | By Kevin Thomas
News / Casting
Owain Arthur to play Nathan Detroit in Guys & Dolls
The electrifying Owain Arthur is set to star as Nathan Detroit in Nicholas Hytner's critically acclaimed production of the legendary Guys & Dolls.
Step inside the Bridge Theatre and be whisked away to a bygone era of colourful characters, swanky dance numbers, and unexpected twists of fate set within the bustling streets of Manhattan and the sultry bars of Havana. Book your tickets now!
4 Jul, 2023 | By Kevin Thomas
Guys & Dolls extends its run at London's Bridge Theatre
If you haven't had the chance to experience this spectacular show yet, now is the time to roll the dice and take a gamble! With its captivating characters, snappy dialogue and unforgettable tunes - this production of Guys & Dolls has garnered rave reviews! Book your tickets today!
20 Apr, 2023 | By Kevin Thomas
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In Retrospect: A Look At The History Of ‘Guys And Dolls’
If you have your eye on Twitter a lot (and if you don’t then, why not!?) then you’ve surely heard the news that the Chichester Festival Theatre revival of Guys and Dolls that ran last year will start previews at the Savoy Theatre on December 10th after Gypsy leaves the Savoy in November (also a revival that transferred from Chichester). So, to celebrate this exciting new revival, I thought I’d take you through the production history of Guys and Dolls much like what I did with Gypsy a few months back.
17 Jul, 2015 | By Shaun Nolan
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Beverley Knight may be known as the Queen of Soul, but she is on track to becoming a true West End theatrical icon. Knight set the box office alight when she made her West End debut in The Bodyguard and went on to receive an Olivier Award nomination for her performance in Memphis The Musical (currently running at the Shaftesbury Theatre).
22 Jun, 2015 | By Andrew Tomlins
Guys and Dolls
McGregor ready for musical debut
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