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- Booking until: Saturday, 31 August 2024
- Running time: 2 hrs 50 mins (incl. interval)
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Join us for Guys & Dolls as The Bridge transforms for one of the greatest musicals of all time. It has more hit songs, more laughs and more romance than any show ever written.
The seating is wrapped around the action while the immersive tickets transport you to the streets of Manhattan and the bars of Havana in the unlikeliest of love stories.
In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, you raved with us in the forest. In Julius Caesar, you ran wild with us as the mob. Now join us on Broadway for the biggest party yet.
- Booking until:
Saturday, 31 August 2024
- Running time:
2 hrs 50 mins (incl. interval)
- Age restrictions
No under 12's are allowed in the standing ticket area. Children between the ages of 6 and 11 are welcome to watch the show but must watch from a seat. Children under 5 will not be admitted.
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Guys and Dolls reviews
What to expect:Acting
- Recommended for:
- Anyone (84%)
- Families (84%)
- Teenagers (88%)
- Couples (91%)
- Theatregoers (100%)
"This immersive production of the New York musical has a bold design, superb singing and chemistry between its stars"
"You’ll struggle to find a classier revival"
"Reinforces the thrill of live theatre like nothing else!"
Latest customer reviews
Was one of the most amazing performances I’ve seen, it’s induces serotonin and just amazes you throughout the whole show!
Reviewed on 24 November 2023 by Hayley, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 05 November 2023 by Michael, Brighton, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 29 October 2023 by Andrew, Saffron Walden, United Kingdom
The staging was excellent and interacting with the audience gave the performance an energetic twist that made the show seem new again
Reviewed on 05 October 2023 by Bruce, Aspen, United States Of America
One of the great musicals...great score, wonderful script. This production is flat out fun. Loved the staging. I had a couple of very minor quibbles (Sky dancing with a man in a gay bar? Why?) But overall it was a kick.
Reviewed on 20 September 2023 by Nancy, Everett, United States Of America
Reviewed on 26 August 2023 by Jane, Brentwood Essex, United Kingdom
Really fun. Great actors
Reviewed on 24 August 2023 by Antonia, Sudbury, United Kingdom
Amazing performers bring this story to life. Wonderful songs and voices, interesting staging and plenty of comedy. Highly recommend.
Reviewed on 03 August 2023 by Karen, Wirral, United Kingdom
Overall a very enjoyable show with a few disclaimers.Sarah was having a bad day with her top notes which was a pity,as she acted very well Poor old Nathan was very average and Mr May was missed. Some very clever production touches Loved interval performers Chorus and dancers were excellent. Love Guys and Dolls and maybe I'm comparing this production to the famous Richard Eyre RNT show.
Reviewed on 21 July 2023 by Angela, Blackheath, United Kingdom
Great in all senses
Reviewed on 16 July 2023 by Isadora, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A feel good experience
Reviewed on 06 July 2023 by Michael, West Byfleet, United Kingdom
The show was excellent, The actress who played Adelaide was the stand out star, but the guy who sang “Sit down you’re rocking the boat” gave a fantastic turn too. Our seats in the front row of gallery 1 were very expensive but worth it for the view. But entry into the show was chaos, not enough clued up people manning the doors, people were entering and then being turned back for being on the wrong side, or as we found people in our seats, in the wrong gallery.
Reviewed on 03 July 2023 by Chembi, London, United Kingdom
This show is an utter delight, the innovative staging is a must see, and all of the performers are brilliantly talented. Special Mention for the actor playing Nicely Nicely Johnson.
Reviewed on 27 June 2023 by Mary, Phoenixville, United States Of America
Gave a feeling of Manhattan with great acting, singing, dancing and energy. You'll come out zinging!
Reviewed on 24 June 2023 by David, Stourbridge, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 16 June 2023 by Samantha, Hounslow, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 31 May 2023 by Rachel, Rugeley, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 18 May 2023 by Sheri, Briarcliff Manor, United States Of America
This show far surpassed my expectations. It was marvelous. Great music, incredible acting, dancing, costumes, energy. I have never seen a staging like this where the platforms elevating the actors were constantly moving and shifting, and standing members from the audience were moving around with them, pressing up against them, screaming and laughing as they are sprayed with water. It gave every number and almost every moment an over-the-top dynamic quality. Go see it! So much fun.
Reviewed on 27 April 2023 by B J, South Orange, United States Of America
If looking for an immersive and dynamic musical experience, this is definitely a feel good show! The music (singing and orchestra) were superb, and the creative production of staging and props was very well managed. Absolutely no criticism of the show, and thoroughly enjoyed the ending "on stage".
Reviewed on 12 April 2023 by Gillyann, Puckeridge, United Kingdom
Just amazing ,polished class everything you expect from first class theatre ?
Reviewed on 07 April 2023 by Margaret, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 28 March 2023 by Tove, Huddinge, Sweden
Excellent Cast, well staged. Good Evening out.
Reviewed on 10 March 2016 by Stephen, Sterrebeek, Belgium
Reviewed on 05 March 2016 by Russell, Rochester, United States
Brilliant - my first ever! I am hooked!
Reviewed on 02 March 2016 by Dimitrios, Seaton, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 02 March 2016 by Nicholas Robin, Snaroya, Norway
We thought the story was a bit weak but the acting costumes performances were amazing. Just not our thing sorry
Reviewed on 24 February 2016 by Jacqueline, Coventry, United Kingdom
i may say must see but it is definitely better to see.
Reviewed on 21 February 2016 by Anatoli, London, United Kingdom
Thought the second half was much better than the first. Would not recommend it to anyone, but my father in his 80's loved it. Thought the ice cream system was excellent at the interval .
Reviewed on 19 February 2016 by Sarah Jane, Little Milton, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 16 February 2016 by Andrew, Ruislip, United Kingdom
Good night out
Reviewed on 16 February 2016 by Mark, Bilston, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 14 February 2016 by Peter, Ashford, United Kingdom
Loved the show. Funny and some amazing singing voices
Reviewed on 13 February 2016 by Jacqueline, Rainham, United Kingdom
Absolutely loved this show. The cast clearly enjoyed themselves and that enjoyment transferred itself to the audience. It was funny, touching, serious, all together in one go as you would expect from Guys and Dolls. Guys and Dolls and Sit Down You're Rocking the Boat were showstoppers. Particular mention to Sophie Thompson who was wonderful as Miss Adelaide and how do you not fall in love with Jamie Parker's Sky Masterson. Big Jule was played by Max Parker in this performance and what a lovely job he made of it. Wonderful rendition of Sit Down by Gavin Spokes . I want to see it again - I wanted to the minute I walked out of the theatre with my heart smiling and singing.
Reviewed on 12 February 2016 by Marie, Doncaster, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 05 February 2016 by Caryl, Stike On Trent, United Kingdom
Loved the show - already knew the songs from the classic film starring Marlon and Frank and the stage show was just fabulous - great singing, great dancing, superb orchestra. Loved the 'drunken dance' by Sister Sarah - great acting combined with great dancing. Lighting effects simple but beautiful. Woke up the next day singing!
Reviewed on 03 February 2016 by Yvonne, Perranporth, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 03 February 2016 by John, Warrington, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 31 January 2016 by Serena, Worcestershire, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 14 January 2016 by Colin \, Billericay, United Kingdom
I have not seen Guy's and Doll's since a school production back in 2005 - but oh did this rendition live up to it tenfold!! The story was great, the actors were wittty, the lightening was brilliant ... but the musical numbers were truly exceptional. Miss Adelaide (Sophie Thompson) and Nathan Detroit (David Haig) were amazing, their chemistry was red hot, demonstrated perfectly in 'Sue Me.' Sky Masterston (Jamie Parker) was also portrayed very colourfully, especially in 'Luck be a Lady,' where the energy was tangible. My only slight hesitation was with Siubhan Harrison's portrayal of Sarah Brown. Although I thought characteristically she was pretty accurate, I found her singing a little too 'regal' for such a glitzy and truly American show. My final mention goes to Gavin Spokes who played Nicely-Nicely Johnson, as he took the win in the musical numbers with 'Rock the boat', the applause was electric and more than double that of any of song. However, if you're looking for a fun night out with some well known tunes, look no further as Guy's and Doll's is a definite must see.
Reviewed on 10 January 2016 by Emily, Haywards Heath, United Kingdom
Enjoyable show which 'warmed up' in the second half. Impressive performances by David Haig and Sophie Thompson. I have in the past always enjoyed watching David Haig when he occasionally appeared on TV but this was the first time I had actually seen him live on-stage and I was particularly impressed by his performance!
Reviewed on 03 January 2016 by Stuart, London, United Kingdom
Superb show. Lively, colourful, fast-moving production. The cast was tremendous, with outstanding voice quality, clarity and diction. One of the best shows I've seen. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending it.
Reviewed on 03 January 2016 by Judith, Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom
Our seats were just what we expected following our booking. The show was wonderfully put together, dancing outstanding, great acting and singing in particular from Nicely Nicely Johnson. Jaime Parkers singing was spot on and David Haig and Sophie Thompson did great justice to their roles. A thoroughly enjoyable 3 hours of toe tapping theatre.
Reviewed on 01 January 2016 by Lynette, Herts, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 29 December 2015 by Susan, Reigate, United Kingdom
Wonderful fun show with lots of familiar songs! A great evening out for all the family
Reviewed on 27 December 2015 by Anna, Sevenoaks, United Kingdom
We enjoyed the show from start to finish, staging, singing, dancing, orchestra and cast all top class. Came out with a 'song in our hearts'. A wonderful way to begin the Christmas holiday.
Reviewed on 24 December 2015 by Patricia, Amersham, United Kingdom
Review: GUYS AND DOLLS at the Bridge Theatre
by Stuart King | Friday, July 7 2023, 10:47
Firstly, if you were to gather together a group of musical theatre reviewers in one place, what would be their collective noun? Secondly, if the purpose of that gathering were to ascertain from them the perfect musical, what would it be? Chances are, amidst the generous cross-section of nominees, Frank Loesser’s 1950 classic GUYS AND DOLLS would feature strongly.
The cast of Guys and Dolls at the Bridge Theatre. Photo Manuel HarlanReview: GUYS AND DOLLS at the Bridge Theatre
Owain Arthur to join the cast of GUYS AND DOLLS.
by Emmie Newitt | Tuesday, July 4 2023, 11:28
Owain Arthur will play the role of Nathan Detroit in Nicholas Hytner's critically acclaimed immersive production of GUYS AND DOLLS.
Owain Arthur in Guys and Dolls, Bridge Theatre.Owain Arthur to join the cast of GUYS AND DOLLS.
Meet the New Guys and Dolls
by Phil Willmott | Thursday, March 3 2016, 21:29
Who’d have thought that this season’s smash hit musical would be a show that’s nearly half a century old!
GUYS AND DOLLS which many people, including me, consider one of the greatest musicals ever written, has been constantly revived all over the world in major, community and school productions ever since its Broadway première in 1950.Meet the New Guys and Dolls