Find the best The King and I musical tickets at Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh. The 1951 classic is based on a diary, entitled Anna and the King, which tells the story of young Westerner Anna Leonowens who is brought to the court of the king of Siam to become the tutor for his children. The musical, which was made into a film starring Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner in 1956, features several classic songs including "Shall We Dance", "Getting to Know You", "Hello Young Lovers" and "I Whistle a Happy Tune".
Approximate runtime 175minutes (including any interval).
Promotion from SuperBreak.com New Edinburgh Theatre Break - The King & I at the Edinburgh Playhouse and overnight stay from only £75pp Set in 1860s Bangkok, the musical tells the story of the unconventional and tempestuous relationship that develops between the King of Siam and Anna, a British schoolteacher whom the modernist King, in an imperialistic world, brings to Siam to teach his many wives and children. Valid to Wed, 16th October 2019 23:59. Example package price £74.00 pp including 1 night’s accommodation at the 3* Edinburgh House Hotel (RO) and a Band D (Balcony) ticket for THE KING AND I. Alternative priced tickets and other accommodation available subject to availability.
The Theatre does not have a lift. Stalls seats are approx 40 steps down from street level and the Balcony seats are approx 20 steps up from street level.
If booking for a party of 2 or more people and definitely wants seats together please call reservations to confirm this at the time of booking.
Children under 3 years of age are not permitted to enter the Edinburgh Playhouse
Performers Jose Llana (The King), Annalene Beechey (Anna), Cezarah Bonner (Lady Thiang), Kavin Panmeechao (Lun Tha), Kamm Kunaree (Tuptim), Kok-Hwa Lie (Kralahome), Aaron Teoh Guan Ti (Prince Chulalongkorn), Philip Bulcock (Captain Orton/Sir Edward Ramsay), William M Lee (Phra Alack), Yuki Abe (Ensemble), Miiya Alexandra (Ensemble), Aiko Kato (Ensemble), Misa Koide (Ensemble), Ela Lisondra (Ensemble), Yuki Ozeki (Ensemble), Ena Yamaguchi (Ensemble), Sian Yeo (Ensemble), Iroy Abesamis (Ensemble), Cletus Chan (Ensemble), Steven Hardcastle (Ensemble), Eu Jin Hwang (Ensemble), Jesse Milligan (Ensemble), Prem Rai (Ensemble), Joaquin Pedro Valdes (Ensemble), Rachel Jayne Picar (Swing), Nick Len (Swing), Jasmine Leung (Swing), Samuel How (Swing). Author Rodgers. Author Hammerstein. Presented by The Lincoln Center Theater. Director Bartlett Sher. Costume Catherine Zuber. Design Michael Yeargan. Lighting Donald Holder. Sound Scott Lehrer. Choreographer Christopher Gattelli. Musical Director Stephen Ridley.
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