Musicals Theatre Today In London

Three To See on 28 May: They Built It No One Came, Judy!, Footprints On The Moon

By | Published on Sunday 21 May 2017

And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…

They Built It. No One Came | New Diorama | 28-29 May (pictured)
This show by Fledgeling Theatre did well at the edfringe last summer, eliciting much praise for this musical comedy, which was inspired by a true story about two men who start a commune, but fail to actually persuade anyone else to join it. It’s on tour this summer, and here’s your chance to see it in London. For more information and to book, see this page right about here.

Judy! | The Arts Theatre | 16 May-17 Jun
You probably read our interview with this show’s creator Ray Rackham when it first went up on the website a few weeks ago (what’s that? You haven’t? Why then, step right this way) but that was a while ago, and the show is still ongoing and it just occurred to me that you might have forgotten about it, so here’s another reminder to see this fabulous and acclaimed musical about Judy Garland in three important stages of her life. Click here for details.

Footprints On The Moon | Finborough Theatre | SMT 28 May-13 Jun
“Joanie loves her home – a small town on the Canadian prairies. But Joanie’s mum left her, her husband left her, and now her teenage daughter wants to leave too. As she battles to keep Carol-Ann from leaving to go and live with her dad in Toronto, she is finally forced to confront why she keeps being abandoned by her loved ones, and the loves and losses that have shaped her life.” This award-nominated and award-winning 1988 play from Canadian writer Maureen Hunter gets its European premiere. See this page here for more.



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