Bonnie and Clyde to return to the West End at new venue
Time to raise a lil' hell - again!
Hit musical Bonnie and Clyde will return to the West End next year, it has been revealed.
The hit production, which previously played at the Arts Theatre is directed by Nick Winston (Mame) with set and costume design by Philip Whitcomb (Mame).
The Tony-nominated piece, which is penned by Ivan Menchell, Frank Wildhorn and Don Black, follows the true story of two outlaws who go on a murderous spree across the nation – gaining fame in the process.
It received a glowing review from WhatsOnStage, being described as "an excellent production firing on all cylinders."
The returning production will play at the Garrick Theatre on Charing Cross Road from 4 March 2023 for a strictly limited 11-week season. Tickets are on sale from 10am today – you will be able to get them below with prices from £22.40.
The show was first seen on Broadway with Jeremy Jordan playing Clyde – with Jordan having returned for the Drury Lane concerts (which have been filmed for future release).
The creative team is led by director Winston and Whitcomb. Joining them are musical supervisor Katy Richardson, with the show featuring arrangements and orchestrations by John McDaniel, lighting design by Zoe Spurr, sound design by Tom Marshall, video design by Nina Dunn and casting by Jim Arnold. The company for the new run is to be revealed.