Following a successful season in London earlier this year at the Arts Theatre, Bonnie & Clyde is set to make a sensational return to the West End in 2023 at the Garrick Theatre where the production will play a limited engagement from March 4th to May 20th. Tickets to Bonnie & Clyde are now available to book online.
Bonnie & Clyde is a musical is based on the true story of the infamous outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, an American criminal duo who went on a notorious killing spree during the Great Depression.
Casting for the West End return of Bonnie & Clyde has yet to be announced. During the musical’s recent London season the title roles were played by Frances Mayli McCann and Jordan Luke Gage at the Arts Theatre
The Bonnie & Clyde musical features music by Frank Wildhorn, and lyrics from Don Black, with songs including “How ‘Bout a Dance?” and “The World Will Remember Us.” The original book for the show is by Ivan Menchell
Nick Winston will direct the production with the wider creative team including musical supervision by Katy Richardson, set and costume design by Philip Whitcomb, sound design by Tom Marshall, Lighting design is by Zoe Spurr and video design by Nina Dunn.
Performances of Bonnie & Clyde will be at the Garrick Theatre from March 4th, 2023. The Garrick Theatre is a medium size West End venue that has three levels. Premium seating in the theatre is located in the centre section of the Stalls along with the front of the Dress Circle for theatregoers who prefer to look down at the stage from an elevated position. As with booking theatre tickets in London for most shows, it is worth noting that the theatre has multiple price bands and does feature some seating that has restrictions due to both pillars and overhangs at the rear of the Stalls and Dress Circle. Patrons looking to secure cheap Bonnie and Clyde tickets should study the seating plan to look for cut off points within the price bands to find value. There is also some decent and well priced seating to be found in the clear view sections in the Grand Circle although these are situated quite high up on the second floor which may not be ideal for everyone. Theatregoers looking to find last minute ticket deals should look to book for midweek and matinee performances as well as quiet and off peak periods in the West End such as the weeks that follow school holidays to maximise value and keep prices down.