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Singin' in the Rain archiveIts 1927, the dawn of the age of sound in Hollywood, silent screen stars Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont are the world's most famous (and consequently valuable) on-screen romantic couple. Off-screen, however, is a different story. Whilst the slightly dumb Lina mistakes the on-screen romance for real love, Don has no such interest. Don has worked hard, for many years, to get where he is today, with his former vaudeville partner Cosmo who provides the piano accompaniment to his silent antics in the studio. When Don and Lina's latest film is transformed, by the need for sound, into a musical, Don has the perfect singing voice but Lina cannot possibly be allowed to be heard - she has the perfect voice for an oil painting despite all the studio's efforts. Meanwhile, Don has fallen for clumsy aspiring actress Kathy Selden who doesn't seem to be won over by his stardom but who comes up with what seems like a perfect, if crazy, plan to save the picture. Containing some fabulous songs and some trully memorable dance sequences this is a real Hollywood feelgood story.
Performers Maxwell Caulfield (R.F. Simpson), Vicky Binns (Lina Lamont), James Leece (Don Lockwood), Amy Ellen Richardson (Kathy Selden), Stephane Anelli (Cosmo Brown), Jacqueline Clarke, Paul Grunert.
Author Betty Comden. Author Adolph Green. Author Nacio Herb Brown. Author Arthur Freed. Producer Stage Entertainments. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Jonathan Church. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Sound Gareth Owen. Musical Director Robert Scott. Choreographer Andrew Wright.

Singin' in the Rain

Singin' in the Rain (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T01949351864. Details of all Singin' in the Rain archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1697

Archive Listings

16 Sep 14
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5 Oct 14
Mayflower Theatre
Southampton
Hampshire
2 Sep 14
to
13 Sep 14
Alhambra Theatre
Bradford
West Yorkshire
12 Aug 14
to
23 Aug 14
Theatre Royal
Glasgow
Glasgow
22 Jul 14
to
9 Aug 14
Bristol Hippodrome
Bristol
City of Bristol
1 Jul 14
to
13 Jul 14
Milton Keynes Theatre
Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire
17 Jun 14
to
28 Jun 14
Theatre Royal
Plymouth
Devon
4 Jun 14
to
14 Jun 14
Theatre Royal
Norwich
Norfolk
20 May 14
to
8 Jun 14
Bord Gais Energy Theatre (formerly Grand Canal Theatre)
Dublin
Dublin
6 May 14
to
17 May 14
Grand Opera House
Belfast
Belfast
22 Apr 14
to
3 May 14
Liverpool Empire Theatre
Liverpool
Merseyside
8 Apr 14
to
19 Apr 14
Devonshire Park Theatre
Eastbourne
East Sussex
18 Mar 14
to
5 Apr 14
Birmingham Hippodrome
Birmingham
West Midlands
25 Feb 14
to
15 Mar 14
Festival Theatre
Edinburgh
Edinburgh
4 Feb 14
to
15 Feb 14
Theatre Royal
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
14 Jan 14
to
1 Feb 14
Empire Theatre
Sunderland
Tyne and Wear
3 Dec 13
to
4 Jan 14
Wales Millennium Centre
Cardiff
Glamorgan
9 Nov 13
to
30 Nov 13
Opera House
Manchester
Greater Manchester
12 Aug 13
to
23 Aug 13
Theatre Royal
Glasgow
Glasgow

UKTW News/Reviews

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26Mar13: Closing early in London
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20Mar13: Touring the UK

User Reviews

tania krause (12Jul14): Came from germany to see it. It was worth it. I loved it!
Alison (19Apr14): Took our Mum and Dad plus my children to performance on Thurs 17th April to celebrate their Diamond wedding anniversary. Fantastic cast! Had a great time all laughed and giggled , a real good feel factor performance. Well done!
Cate Leuty (18Apr14): Thoroughly enjoyed the show - the casts enthusiasm was infectious and they received a standing ovation in Eastbourne on 17th April playing to a virtually full house. We loved it and so it seemed did most of the audience.

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