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A Chorus Line

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3.8/5 - based on 39 reviews
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  • Opens: Wednesday,31 July 2024
    Booking until: Sunday,25 August 2024
  • Running time: 90m (no interval)
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A Chorus Line in London

Brought to the stage by Leicester's Curve, the celebrated revival of the historic Broadway musical, A Chorus Line, heads to London for a limited season this summer.

A Chorus Line broke all records, won nine coveted Tony Awards, took seven Drama Desk Awards, won the New York Critic’s Circle Award and cleaned up with a Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Not bad for a show with such an elegantly simple premise. Not forgetting the classic show tunes which are intertwined into the beautiful narrative of this show like 'The Music and the Mirror', 'What I Did For Love' and 'At The Ballet'. Although the musical was first seen in 1975, this production is as fresh as ever.

What is A Chorus Line about?

Because A Chorus Line is based on true stories, it has an extra edge rooted in realism. A bunch of young dancers are determined to win a role in a new Broadway musical. Through song, drama and dance, they each reveal the events that shaped their lives and led to the decision to become a dancer.It sounds simple, and it is. Wonderfully so. It has a warm, human feel, it’s intimate and real, and because the stories are true you’ll find yourself taking the characters to heart. First shown in the 1970s, the themes and issues it covers are as relevant today as they were back then, and it’s expected to draw equally large and enthusiastic crowds.

The cast and creatives of A Chorus Line

A Chorus Line performed to critical acclaim when it opened at Leicester Curve in 2021. Directed by the theatre's Nikolai Foster, this revival has a book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante.

Adam Cooper (Singin' in the Rain) and Carly Mercedes Dyer (Anything Goes) will reprise their roles as Zach and Cassie in the production with further cast to be announced soon.

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Performing at Sadler's Wells, the musicalpromises spectacular choreography, a gorgeous musical score, and a profound story about all of the highs and lows of showbiz. A Chorus Line changed the course of musical theatre history, you won't want to miss it! Book your tickets to see the musical today.

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A Chorus Line Ticket Information

  • Opens:

    Wednesday,31 July 2024

  • Booking until:

    Sunday,25 August 2024

  • Running time:

    90m (no interval)

  • Age restrictions

    No under 5s will be admitted

  • Important Information

    Contains: Haze, strobe, theatrical smoke, themes of bereavement, physical violence and abuse, mental ill health, discrimination, strong language, discussion of sexual abuse.

  • Cancellations & Refunds

    Once booked, tickets to A Chorus Line are usually non exchangeable and non refundable as per our terms & conditions. In practice, however, we will do our best to accommodate your request as long as we are notified at least 48 hours before the performance. Please contact us for more information.

Performance Times
Mon - 19:45
Tue - 19:45
Wed 15:00 19:45
Thu - 19:45
Fri - 19:45
Sat 15:00 19:45
Sun - -

Next Performances for A Chorus Line at Sadlers Wells

Wednesday31st Jul 2024 7:30pm
Thursday 1st Aug 2024 2:30pm
Thursday 1st Aug 2024 7:30pm
Friday 2nd Aug 2024 7:30pm
Saturday 3rd Aug 2024 2:30pm
Saturday 3rd Aug 2024 7:30pm

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A Chorus Line reviews

3.8 out of 5 based on 39 reviews

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Reviewed on 01 September 2013 by

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Reviewed on 28 August 2013 by

A Chorus Line review

We are regular theatre-goers, and fans of musicals in particular. If you go to see this show primarily as a musical spectacular you might, like us, be disappointed. The first hour became tedious and monotonous, with not much action, and very little music. The cast's story lines seemed to drag on too long unnecessarily and it began to be a bit too 'samey', although it did pick up a little towards the end. As a musical fan I'd rate it 4/10 max. (sorry).

Reviewed on 23 August 2013 by

A Chorus Line review

We are regular theatre-goers, and fans of musicals in particular. If you go to see this show primarily as a musical spectacular you might, like us, be disappointed. The first hour became tedious and monotonous, with not much action, and very little music. The cast's story lines seemed to drag on too long unnecessarily and it began to be a bit too 'samey', although it did pick up a little towards the end. As a musical fan I'd rate it 4/10 max. (sorry).

Reviewed on 23 August 2013 by

Still great after all these years

Would be a bit risky for pre teens but is as meaning full today as in the seventies

Reviewed on 18 August 2013 by

Disappointed

It was not what we were looking for in a show in the Palladium. It was 80% talking, the best bit was the last 5 minutes with the dancing in costumes, exactly what we were looking for then.

Reviewed on 11 August 2013 by

Sensational

Nothing more to add really, thoroughly enjoyed it.

Reviewed on 02 August 2013 by

I took mmy 11 year old grandaughter and thought the content inappropriate for her age. There was hardly any scenery no costume change. Silly storyline. Boring, the only show in London that I have been to that I would like to have walked out of.

Reviewed on 19 July 2013 by

Eclectic show

This show will appeal to you if you enjoy cabaret, comedy and musicals something for everyone!

Reviewed on 19 July 2013 by

Just Boring

Dont bother to attend

Reviewed on 13 July 2013 by

Not at all as expected

The musical was not exactly a musical but monologues of people problems which itself can be important but not when expecting to watch an entertaining musical. The dancing itself was mediocre and limited.

Reviewed on 08 July 2013 by

Exciting

A Chorus Line is a classic musical that has everything. I have now seen four times including the current production at the London Palladium, and it never loses its power to thrill me. When I first saw it I didn't fully appreciate the story line, but each time I see it, it gains in stature. It is a pity that theatre tickets are expensive which now maybe prevents as many people from attending. But, if you can get a reduced price ticket, don't miss the opportunity.

Reviewed on 27 June 2013 by

Not for me

Was disappointed as had read reviews that suggested this would be up there with the other great productions I have seen. It was not. The actig was great but the story line went no where and the entire show is spend introducing the many many characters, rather than then telling a story about them. I found this painfully boring at times, and wanted to fast forward. The music was ok but was quite repetitive. All-in-all it was enjoyable in parts, and the actin was great but overall just not my cup of tea.

Reviewed on 17 May 2013 by

Was disappointed as had read reviews that suggested this would be up there with the other great productions I have seen. It was not. The actig was great but the story line went no where and the entire show is spend introducing the many many characters, rather than then telling a story about them. I found this painfully boring at times, and wanted to fast forward. The music was ok but was quite repetitive.

Reviewed on 17 May 2013 by

birthday gift 60

Slow to start - I Knew nothing about the play before we went but thought that the story line was very slow - we did however, enjoy the show

Reviewed on 07 May 2013 by

chorus of approval

Reviewed on 06 May 2013 by

A Classic!

Reviewed on 05 May 2013 by

Two Hours without an Interval

Don't drink anything diuretic

Reviewed on 03 May 2013 by

the worst musical i have ever attended

not enough music

Reviewed on 28 April 2013 by

I thought it lacked spark.. The music didn't lift the spirits as I'd hoped

Not one to put on your list.

Reviewed on 06 April 2013 by

Very Enjoyable. Top Prrice tickets but value for money

Not a sing along as some musicals but still very good - a bit different.

Reviewed on 05 April 2013 by

Non stop entertainment

A great cast who work really hard for 2 hours non stop.

Reviewed on 29 March 2013 by

Bored

Pretty average performance of a well known story

Reviewed on 28 March 2013 by

A Chorus Line lives up to its reputation

Fantastic. True to the original production, absolutely no need to change it. Magical.

Reviewed on 08 March 2013 by

I found it a bit slow in places and expected more dancing

Reviewed on 04 March 2013 by

Amazing

A Chorus Line was the highlight of our trip to London.

Reviewed on 02 March 2013 by

A fantastic revival!

I saw the original show in the 70s, have watched the movie and also seen the Broadway production around 5 years ago. This excellent revival is up there with them all. The dancing is out of this world, the singing, except for a couple of instances is very good and the acting very real. Accents a little questinable here and there (the Puerto Rican guys says he's from PORT-oh Reeeko). The tireless chorus must be congratulated on constantly keeping in character. Harry Francis stood out as the 18 year old keen hopeful. Scarlet Strallen's dance solo was fab as you would expect, although the actual choreography did not do her that many favours. She could have amazed us even more. Most of the singing was very good indeed - the girl who say "Tits and Ass" didn't quite hit every note and let things down a tiny bit. Shame. This is a show in which even one person lets the whole thing down. The underlying meaning of the show i.e. "that we all work to make out mark in our chosen profession by trying hard, only to find success may just mean we are one of many others" is underlying this production in an underniable way. This production HAS to be seen. It's absolutely brill.

Reviewed on 24 February 2013 by