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Blue Man Group at New London Theatre 10 Nov
It is now confirmed that Blue Man Group, will open at the New London Theatre 14 Nov 2005, following previews from 10 Nov - booking to 26 March 2006.
Blue Man Group feature three enigmatic bald and blue characters who take the audience through a multi-sensory experience that combines theatre, percussive music, art, science and vaudeville into a form of entertainment that is like nothing else. Blue Man Group is also known for its unique style of music which is played on a variety of invented instruments.
Already seen by 10 million people in ongoing shows in New York, Las Vegas, Chicago, Boston, Toronto and Berlin, BLUE MAN GROUP was founded by long-time friends Matt Goldman, Phil Stanton and Chris Wink.
The co-founders and original Blue Men are excited to be bringing the show to London. Chris Wink says it’s “the ultimate dream for anyone developing a creative project.” Phil Stanton remarks “London’s cultural community is so vibrant right now: the idea of being part of a city which celebrates all forms of theatrical artistry is exciting to us.” Matt Goldman comments “we hope Londoners will accept, embrace and enjoy our unique form of entertainment.”
Blue Man Group's 1999 debut album, AUDIO was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Pop Instrumental Album category. In 2004, Blue Man Group provided the dramatic sound for FOX’s “The Jury,” produced by Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana. And they have collaborated with John Powell on music for 20th Century Fox’s animated feature Robots, from the creators of Ice Age.
In addition to live shows and music, Blue Man Group has created installations, "happenings," "unusual ads," and a number of television-specific performances for "The Tonight Show," several of which were nominated for Emmy awards.