The Scottsboro Boys



Garrick Theatre

Until Sat Feb 21 2015

  • © Johan Persson

  • © Johan Persson

  • © Johan Persson

  • © Johan Persson

  • © Johan Persson

© Johan Persson

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Venue details

  • Name:

    Garrick Theatre

  • Address:

    Garrick Theatre 2 Charing Cross Rd
    WC2H 0HH

  • Categories :

    Theatre. West End. Musicals

The Scottsboro Boys 2014 - 2015

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Andy T

Went to this show knowing nothing of the story at the Garrick Theatre. Just to fill a night on a London visit, brilliant joy and pain at the same time. I found myself enjoying the show whils't feeling pain and anger. This shows the power of the theatre and the importance of telling stories that everone should know.


Excellent production of Scottsboro Boys. Very sad but also very funny. Fantastic performances of great songs and brilliant dance routines with a truly shocking real life story of prejudice and injustice.


Wow, what an amazing show. Kander and Ebb have succeeded in making the audience feel both uplifted and extremely uncomfortable. The songs are excellent, catchy performed with amazing energy and excellent choreography, but at the end of each number you feel awkward applauding. The story is sad and shocking, the songs, dance routines and performances are outstanding. Highly recommended and hopefully this new production will see it get the recognition it deserves (having lost out on the Tony awards to Mormon).

Perviz Reid

A considered and compelling review. Has tempted my husband & I to come down from Scotland to share the experience. Perviz