The Simon & Garfunkel Story Tickets
Booking until: Monday, 24 June 2019
Running time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Monday, 24 June 2019
2 hours 15 minutes
Continuing its acclaimed run in London’s West End, The Simon & Garfunkel Story has announced a further 6 performances at the Lyric Theatre for 2019. Having sold out major venues from Sydney to Seattle, this production will take you through the story of Simon & Garfunkel’s incredible career.
Led by Adam Dickinson and Kingsley Judd, a full live band and brass ensemble will rekindle all the duo’s classic hits including: Mrs Robinson, Cecilia, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Homeward Bound, The Sound of Silence and many more.
The Simon & Garfunkel Story not only tells the tale of the legendary musicians, but relives their journey within a time capsule of contemporary newsreels, adverts and film footage taking you right back to the 1960s.
What to expect:Acting
based on 4 reviews
If you loved their music - then its a definite !!
Deborah London Box Office customer
Enthusiastic and uplifting performance
Great voices and use of material, although unsure of brief interlude of older female voice and childrens’ Photographs!
Margaret London Box Office customer
The show included great music with superb artists & band.The story was told by way of words & video which was different to anything I’ve seen before.Would recommend to any music lovers especially those of more mature years like myself.
Russell London Box Office customer
Not so pleased this time !
We have always booked through the London box office and always been delighted with the service and seats , but not this time
Jane London Box Office customer
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29 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES
- Air conditioned
- Disabled toilets
- Infrared hearing loop
- Member of Q-Park scheme
- Wheelchair/scooter access
- Capacity: 959
- Year built: 1888