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22 November 2019 –
7 March 2020


Tuesday - Saturday 8pm
Saturday & Sunday 3:30pm

No matinee on 23rd & 24th November and 1st & 8th December.

Additional performances on Monday 25th November and 2nd December.

Press Night on 3rd December  

Running time



Craig Armstrong

Tom Bales

Jack Butterworth

Ryan Carter

Alison Connell

Janie Dee

Adrian Edmondson

Chloe Goodliffe

Tiffany Graves

Bethany Huckle

Matthew Ives

Emily Langham

Gabrielle Lewis-Dodson

Dylan Mason

Peter Nash

Amara Okereke

Robert Portal

Annie Southall

Issy van Randwyck


Book, Music and Lyrics by
Sandy Wilson

Matthew White

Choreography &
Associate Direction

Bill Deamer

Paul Farnsworth

Lighting design
Paul Anderson

Sound Design
Gregory Clarke

Hair & Wig Design
Richard Mawbey

Musical Supervision & Direction
Simon Beck

David Cullen




Sandy Wilson's


"Sandy Wilson's homage to the Twenties is a no-brainer, a gorgeous fantasy that demands you suspend meaningful thought while your heart claps along to its syncopated rhythms."

" A constant pleasure "

Sandy Wilson's all-singing all-dancing love letter to 1920s musical comedies returns for the first major London revival in over 10 years.  Set in Madame Dubonnet's finishing school in the south of France, these perfect young ladies burst into song at the least provocation, and forbidden boy friends are forever popping through the French windows to sing and dance with them. Since its premiere in 1953, this light-hearted soufflé of a show has delighted audiences worldwide and has become one of the most well-loved British musicals of all time. 

The Boy Friend opened in London in 1953, before a West End run in 1954, and ran for more than 5 years. The subsequent Broadway run in 1954 made a star of the then-unknown Julie Andrews.

The production sees Matthew White renew his collaboration with the Menier – he previously directed She Loves Me, Candide, Sweet Charity (also West End), Little Shop of Horrors (also West End) and The Last Five Years.



Also in the company are Craig Armstrong, Tom Bales, Ryan Carter, Alison Connell, Chloe Goodliffe, Bethany Huckle, Matthew Ives, Emily Langham, Gabrielle Lewis-Dodson, Peter Nash & Annie Southall


From  22nd November 2019 to 7th March 2020

Tuesday - Saturday 8pm
Saturday & Sunday 3:30pm

No matinee on 23rd & 24th November and 1st & 8th December.

Additional performances on Monday 25th November and 2nd December.

Holiday schedule:

Sunday 22nd December - 3:30pm & 8pm show
Monday 23rd December - no show
Tuesday 24rd December - no show
Wednesday 25th December - no show
Thursday 26th December - no show
Friday 27th December - 8pm show
Saturday 28th December - 3:30pm & 8pm show
Sunday 29th December - 3:30pm & 8pm show
Monday 30th December - 8pm show
Tuesday 31st December - 3:30pm show
Wednesday 1st January - no show
Thursday 2nd January - 3:30pm & 8pm show



We are delighted to offer a range of ticket prices, from discounted preview tickets to Premier seats, with the emphasis on
"The sooner you book, the better the price"