The ripples of revolution are now reaching the shores of the West End!
URINETOWN, the satirical musical comedy that was a sold out splash hit at the St James Theatre has arrived in London’s West End at the beautifully refurbished Apollo Theatre.
Award-winning director, Jamie Lloyd (Richard III, The Commitments) directs this sharp-witted rampant riot of a show that tells the tale of a town fit to burst; spending a penny can prove problematic in a place where the privilege to pee has become a punishable offence. There is no such thing as rent free relief until our young hero, Bobby Strong, appears – with more than a good set of pipes – and starts a revolution!
Receiving rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, there will be a special charity performance gala on Monday 20th October to support Water.org, Matt Damon’s nonprofit organisation who work on water and sanitation issues internationally.
Through this collaboration, Urinetown hopes to raise awareness about the global water crisis, and raise money for those who are working to improve it.
To find more details about the show and book your ticket, head over to the show’s website www.urinetown.co.uk