‘The Choir of Man’ tickets available through July 2023
Enjoy the West End’s happiest hour.
In The Choir of Man musical, a group of nine men sing about the power of community and togetherness, set to songs by Guns ‘N’ Roses, KatyPerry, Sia, and Paul Simon. The musical takes place in The Jungle, a British pub, complete with a working bar on stage.
“The show is all about being together and the power of community... The Jungle is a place through which many actors have passed, and each had contributed their talents and stories to the fabric of our show so when actors return it feels in a way like they’re coming home," said Nick Doodson.
The Choir of Man cast includes Matt Beveridge, Owen Bolton, Michael Baxter, Conor Hanley, Sam Ebenezer, Daniel Harnett, Mark Irwin, Lucas Koch, Matt Nalton, Jordan Oliver, Gavin Ryan, Matt Thorpe, and Levi Tyrell-Johnson.
In a The Choir of Man review on London Theatre, our critic said: "You can see the show becoming a staple of community theatre, given its celebration of community, and it's no surprise to hear that it has found a home aboard ship, where it would doubtless prove a suitable nightcap."
Doodson and Andrew Kay create The Choir of Man, with Nic Doodson directing, with musical supervision, vocal arrangements and orchestrations by Jack Blume, movement direction and choreography by Freddie Huddleston, monologues written by Ben Norris, scenic design by Oli Townsend, lighting design by Richard Dinnen, costume design and associate scenic design by Verity Sadler, sound design by Sten Severson, casting by Debbie O'Brien.
Associate Choreographer is Rachel Chapman and Associate Musical Director is Hollie Cassar. The show is produced by Immersive Everywhere, Nic Doodson, Andrew Kay, Wendy & Andy Barnes and AK Theatricals.
When is The Choir of Man in London?
The Choir of Man is currently in London. Performances are playing at the Arts Theatre to 30 July 2023.
The Choir of Man is at the Arts Theatre.
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Photo credit: The Choir of Man (Photo courtesy of The Other Richard)
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