Charing Cross Theatre

The Arches, Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NL GB

Amour

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4.7/5 - based on 3 reviews Tickets from £15.00 Show Closed
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About Amour

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Performance Times
Mon - 19:30
Tue - 19:30
Wed 14:30 19:30
Thu - 19:30
Fri - 19:30
Sat 15:00 19:30
Sun - -
Amour description

Paris, 1950 – a shy, unassuming civil servant, Dusoleil (Gary Tushaw), lives alone and works diligently in a dreary office. To pass the time, he writes letters to his mother and daydreams about the beautiful Isabelle, who is kept locked away by her controlling husband. When Dusoleil miraculously gains the ability to walk through walls, he not only begins to lead a double life, stealing from the rich and giving to the poor to right the wrongs of his war-impoverished Parisian neighbours, but also gains the self-confidence to woo Isabelle (Anna O’Byrne) and, just for a while, live the life he has always longed for.

A musical fantasy about daring to dream and the power of self-belief.

Staring Gary Tushaw (Ragtime) as Dusoleil and Anna O'Byrne (The Woman In White) as Isabelle as well as Alasdair Harvey (Sunday In The Park With George) as the Prosecutor, Isabelle's controlling husband.

The cast is completed by Elissa Churchill (Elephant Steps), Claire Machin (Memphis), Keith Ramsay (The Cereal Café), Steven Serlin (The Wild Party), Alistair So (The King and I), Daniel Stockton (Guys and Dolls) with understudies Laura Barnard and Jack Reitman.

“A bedtime story for grown-ups” New York Times

Amour reviews

4.7 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

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Recommended for:

Anyone (67%)
Families (67%)
Teenagers (67%)
Couples (100%)
Theatregoers (100%)
Latest customer reviews
Michael
A great evening out

Great fun show with brilliant acting and singing (& dancing) An unusual storyline but who cares?

Reviewed on 13 May 2019 by , Colyton, United Kingdom

Andrew
Great underrated show

Lovely small musical with a fun variant on the mousy man who braves the world for love.

Reviewed on 03 May 2019 by , Northcote, Australia

12 Jun
2019
Phil Willmott

Why the Closure of Musical Amour is Bad News for us All

by Phil Willmott | Wednesday, June 12 2019, 13:15

Amour the Musical I’m sad to report AMOUR, London’s cutest musical, closed early, last weekend.

Its sugary-sweet love story sent everyone home from the Charing Cross Theatre with a smile on their face and a spring in their step.

Why the Closure of Musical Amour is Bad News for us All