Clarke Peters’ musical Five Guys Named Moe has extended its run in London at the new Marble Arch Theatre. The musical follows Nomax, who has just been let by his girlfriend and finds solace in his radio when five guys appear in his room and console him with the music of 1950s jazz musician Louis Jordan. It is now booking in London until 24th March 2018. Five Guys Named Moe, which opened in September, is directed by Peters and has choreography by Andrew Wright, and takes place in the specially designed theatre inspired by 1940s New Orleans jazz bars.
It's been almost thirty years since Clarke Peters' musical first hit London. After a three night tryout at the National, it found success at Theatre Royal Stratford East. Now, it opens at a purpose-built space at Marble Arch optimised to make this show a fun night out.