West End

Apollo Theatre

Mon Sep 29
- Sat Jan 24 2015

  • © Johan Persson

    Jonathan Slinger (Officer Lockstock)

  • © Johan Persson

    Richard Fleeshman (Bobby Strong), Rosanna Hyland (Hope Cladwell) and Karis Jack (Little Sally)

  • © Johan Persson

    Johan Persson.jpg, Richard Fleeshman (Bobby Strong), Jenna Russell (Penelope Pennywise)

  • © Johan Persson

    Rosanna Hyland (Hope Cladwell) and Richard Fleeshman (Bobby Strong)

  • © Johan Persson

    Katie Bernstein, Jo Napthine, Madeleine Harland, Cory English, Rosanna Hyland, Julie Jipp, Matthew Seadon-Young and Jeff Nicholson

© Johan Persson

Jonathan Slinger (Officer Lockstock)

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Sophie L
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This was tremendous fun - a real treat for anyone who's a fan of Book of Mormon or just intelligent, bleak satire wrapped up in a musical. I realise it's been knocking around for just over a decade, but it was incredibly fresh. Plus in comparison to recent new musicals I've seen (American Psycho and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) it actually had real tunes. You know, the ones you hum to yourself for the rest of the evening, like they used to make. 

Perhaps it could have aimed to show off its depth a bit more, as it certainly had that potential. Though I wouldn't have wanted that at the expense of the pace and levity. 

The Man on the Street

Last night I saw Urinetown the musical at the St James Theatre. This is the best show I've seen in years. It's funny, it's gorey, it's brilliant with a clever set design. Jenna Russell and Richard Fleeshman appeared as lovers together in Ghost the musical, now they appear again as you've never seen them before. This is no Mamma Mia, it's raw, it's gritty, it's atmospheric, and has a fantastic score - I am still humming the title song today. I'm going to book again before it's sold out.


Brilliant show! They are clearly having a ball! Its a must see! Get tickets! Really mixed audience but everyone was having a great time. Have not laughed this much since Book for Mormon. Brilliant music and set. The cast are fantastic.


Hey Annie, don't worry - use code "UGC157" and you can still get top tickets for £25. The code expires in a week so hurry! Others feel free to use as well :)

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