Singin' In The Rain

Singin' In The Rain

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A smash-hit at Chichester Festival Theatre and in the West End, Jonathan Church’s critically acclaimed production of Singin’ in the Rain is back to make a splash in 2022.

Journey back to the glamour of Hollywood during the roaring 20’s. Silent movie star Don Lockwood has it all, a string of hit films and a studio-engineered romance with the most beautiful actress in town. What Don doesn’t know is that the silver screen is about to find its voice, and a chance meeting with a talented young chorus girl set to steal his heart promises to change both Don, and Hollywood, forever.

 

High-energy choreography and sumptuous set design (including over 14,000 litres of water on stage every night) combine with the charm, romance and wit of one of the world’s best-loved films.


Singin’ in the Rain features the glorious MGM score including Good Morning, Make ‘Em Laugh, Moses Supposes and the legendary Singin’ in the Rain

Don’t save it for a rainy day, book your tickets now!

 

Based on the classic Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film

Screenplay by BETTY COMDEN and ADOLPH GREEN

Songs by NACIO HERB BROWN and ARTHUR FREED

Performed by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) Limited

Important information

Running time:
2hrs 40mins (approx.)

Age guideline:
TBC

Audio Described performance – Thu 18 Aug 2022, 2.30pm

Read the audio described programme notes here: Act 1 & Act 2.

Captioned performance – Fri 19 Aug 2022, 7.30pm

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Adam Cooper will not be appearing in Plymouth. The role of Don Lockwood will be played by Sam Lips who has been starring as Don in other venues across the UK Tour.

Trailer

★★★★★
‘THRILLINGLY INVENTIVE CHOREOGRAPHY.  A NIGHT OF SHEER DELIGHT’

The Daily Telegraph

★★★★★
‘THIS ALL-TAPPING, ALL-SPLASHING SHOW WILL PUT A SMILE ON ANYONE’S FACE’

Daily Express

★★★★
‘ONE OF THE MOST MARVELLOUS MOVIE MUSICALS OF ALL TIME. NOW BIGGER, BOLDER AND BETTER’

Mail on Sunday

★★★★★
SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN NEVER PUTS A FOOT WRONG’

Financial Times