Grizzly and gory - a great musical!
Sweeney Todd the Musical was hugely acclaimed at the Chichester Festival Theatre. Jonathan Kent's sell-out production of Sweeney Todd transfers to London's Adelphi Theatre for a limited season from 10 March 2012.
Stephen Sondheim's musical masterpiece, Sweeney Todd stars the fabulous Michael Ball as the demon barber of Fleet Street in one of his finest performances and Oscar-nominated actress Imelda Staunton as the devoted Mrs Lovett.
This stunning production is set to thrill audiences with its dark humour and wonderful score. Set amongst London's seedy side streets and laced with Sondheim's characteristically brilliant wit, the musical depicts Sweeney Todd's spine chilling quest for justice and retribution after years of false imprisonment. Aided and abetted by the pie-shop owner, Mrs Lovett, he sets out to avenge the wrongs done to him and his family. Not to be missed!
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- Be prepared to be shocked, it is Michael Ball on stage as the Demon Barber ! Not suitable for children at all.
- And avoid the meat pies!
"I shall never forget the way that her cries of horror, at detecting the first of his victims in a trunk, gradually turn into semi-orgasmic moans of pleasure. Staunton not only gives the evening its comic counterpoint, but confirms her great gift for discovering the extraordinary in the seemingly ordinary."
- Michael Billington for The Guardian
"Thanks to the brilliance of Sondheim's score and lyrics, and stunning performances from a cast led by Staunton and an almost unrecognisable Michael Ball as Sweeney, a macabre horror story becomes both diabolically funny and genuinely tragic."
- Time Out
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