Gary Barlow fans are in for a treat as the hit musical The Girls is to make its West End premiere at the Phoenix Theatre
The Girls promises to enthrall audiences at the Phoenix Theatre
The musical is based on the hugely successful 2003 film, Calendar Girls.
Penned by Take That superstar Gary Barlow and with a book and lyrics by the film’s original screenwriter Tim Firth, the musical originally opened in Leeds Grand Theatre in 2015.
A feel-good story about ordinary women who achieve something extraordinary, The Girls is centred on the real life tale about a group of women from Yorkshire who decide to pose nude for a calendar in order to raise money for their local hospice.
Little did the ladies from the Women’s Institute know that their actions for propel them into media sensations!
This heart-warming and uplifting tale explores the themes of close friendships and sometimes difficult personal lives.
Featuring some of the UK’s most cherished female actors, including Helen Mirren, Julie Walters, Penelope Wilton, Celia Imrie, Annette Crosbie, Linda Bassett and Geraldine James, the 2003 film The Calendar Girls was an instant hit.
Presenting music by the equally as cherished British artist Gary Barlow, The Girls promises to be a West End sensation at the Phoenix Theatre.
The Girls is set to open at the Phoenix Theatre in February 2017. As the musical contains nudity, it is not recommended for young children and parental guidance is advised.
You can buy tickets to see feel-good musical The Girls at the Phoenix Theatre in 2017, from Shows In London.