Created by Phillip George & David Lowenstein
"Mod Musings" and "Groovy Gab" by Peter Charles Morris & Phillip George
Orchestrations & Additional Arrangements by Bradley Vieth
Originally Directed Off-Broadway by Phillip George
Originally Choreographed Off-Broadway by David Lowenstein
Originally Produced Off-Broadway in New York City by Victoria Lang & PP Piccoli and Mark Schwartz
Developed in association with Amas Musical Theater, Donna Trinkoff, Producing Director
SHOUT! flips through the years like a musical
magazine and takes you back to the music, the fashion and the
freedom of the 60s!
This smashing revue tracks five groovy gals as they come
of age during those liberating days that made England swing!
Join this non-stop journey through the infectious and soulful pop
anthems that made household names of stars
like Petula Clark, Dusty
Springfield and Lulu.
SHOUT! uses letters to an advice column, true confessions,
quizzes and advertisements as a frame for terrific new arrangements
of such chart-topping hits as To Sir With Love,
Downtown, You Don't Have to Say You Love Me,
Son of a Preacher Man and Goldfinger.
SUGGESTED AGE: 15+
|Your choice of prices||Tuesday - Thursday 7.30pm & Saturday 4.00pm||Wednesday 2.30pm & Friday 5.00pm||Friday 8.30pm & Saturday 8.00pm|
|* Restricted view six people max.|
** Wheelchair space and companion seat (each).
Bookings subject to £3.95 Ticketing Service Charge (exemptions apply).
Postage to a UK address is charged at £1 (optional)
For Tuesday to Thursday 7.30pm & Saturday
4.00pm performances in Stalls A-S and Circle A-M only: £4.00
off for Groups of 8 or more, £3.50 off for
Children, Students, Over 60s, Unemployed People, Claimants,
Disabled People and one Companion each.
Over 60s: £20.00 each in Stalls A-S and Circle
A-M for Wednesday 2.30pm performance
What the papers say...
"Two hours of on-your feet,hand-clapping
"If you were there in the '60s don't miss
it. If you weren't - go and see what you missed"
South Wales Echo
View our seating plan below
This seating plan is provided to give an impression of the auditorium layout. The actual position of some seats may vary slightly from this plan.