Presented at Lyceum
Running time: 2 hours 25 mins plus 20 min interval
The King and I is loved as one of the greatest musicals of all time. Seen by millions of people across the world since it was first performed in 1951, when it was showered with awards and became the blockbuster Hollywood movie, its glorious soundtrack is still a best seller today.
The heart-warming story of the British governess brought to the court of Siam to tutor the Kings many children is told using one of the most beautiful scores ever written with sweeping melodies such as The March of the Siamese Children, Shall We Dance, I Whistle A Happy Tune, Hello Young Lovers and the unforgettable Getting To Know You.
This breath-taking new production from Leicester’s Curve, directed by Paul Kerryson, is a lavish, grand-scale spectacle. With giant gold Buddhas, sumptuous costumes, a chorus of adorable children, acrobatic dancers and live music this beautiful production guarantees standing ovations.
The King and I stars Ramon Tikaram as the The King of Siam, whose West End credits include Bombay Dreams, Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar and TVs This Life and Josefina Gabrielle as Anna whose musical successes include The Witches of Eastwick, Sweet Charity and the lead in Oklahoma at the National Theatre. She returns to Sheffield after playing Lady Jacqueline in Me and My Girl last Christmas.
Based on the novel entitled ANNA AND THE KING OF SIAM by Margaret Landon Original Orchestrations by Robert Russell Bennett, New Orchestration by Julian Kelly
Presented by arrangement with JOSEF WEINBERGER LIMITED on behalf of R&H THEATRICALS of New York.
|Tue 17 Jan||7:45pm||Limited Availability|
|Wed 18 Jan||7:45pm||Limited Availability|
|Thu 19 Jan||2:00pm||Limited Availability|
|Thu 19 Jan||7:45pm||Audio Described||Limited Availability|
|Fri 20 Jan||7:45pm||Limited Availability|
|Sat 21 Jan||3:00pm||Captioned||Limited Availability|
|Sat 21 Jan||7:45pm||Limited Availability|
‘A full-blown spectacle with classy west end production values and a considerable WOW factor’
‘Paul Kerryson’s lush, spectacular revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical… elegant, splendid and admirable.’
‘The scale and splendour of this show will blow you away’
Mail on Sunday
The Lyceum plays host to a huge variety of touring productions every year, including large-scale musicals, drama, children’s shows, opera, ballet and contemporary dance.
With over 1000 seats, the Lyceum is a beautiful late 19th Century building located on Tudor Square, close to the Crucible Theatre.
- 55 Norfolk St, Sheffield, S1 1DA, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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