Theatre

Daddy Long Legs

31st of October 2012 – 8th of December 2012

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This new musical romance from the Tony and Olivier Award-winning director, John Caird, has been lauded for its sheer beauty and depth of feeling, not to mention the magnificent musical score.

A crowd-pleaser for audiences from eight to eighty, Daddy Long Legs is touring the USA where it has received standing ovations at every performance. Set in the early 1900s in New England, Daddy Long Legs is the vivid account of a young orphan as she blossoms into a beautiful, intelligent and vivacious woman. An anonymous benefactor gives Jerusha Abbott an opportunity to attend college, requiring that she write to him monthly, even though he will not respond. Her letters to him paint a moving portrait of her former life in the orphanage, and the development of her mind and spirit. The lush set and costumes are by Olivier Award-winner David Farley. Daddy Long Legs won more awards than any other musical at last year’s Ovation Awards in Los Angeles.

Broadway performer Megan McGinnis comes to London to recreate her award-winning performance in the role of Jerusha Abbott, alongside Robert Adelman Hancock.

31 October - 8 December 2012

Performance Times:

Monday - Saturday evening 7:30pm
Thursday & Saturday matinee 2:30pm
Sunday No Performance

This performance lasts approximately 2 1/2 hours, with one interval.

Ticket Prices:

Premium £55
Standard £45, £30
Under 26 £22.50*

*Under 26 tickets will be kept as care of box office. Proof of eligibility may be requested by all members of a group booking these tickets.

Groups (8+) , School Groups & Access Bookings

We offer a range of discounts and concessions to enable everyone to enjoy an affordable visit to St James Theatre. For further queries and to book please contact our Box Office on 0844 264 2140.

All concessions are subject to availability and proof of eligibility must be presented when booking and collecting tickets.

BOOK TICKETS

“ It's so well performed and staged...it should wash over even the hardest of hearts easily ”

Chris Hislop, One Stop Arts

“ Totally captivating. Not for the first time, a chamber-musical proves far more fun than many a big, blowsy spectacle. ”

Michael Billington, The Guardian

“ Genuinely touching ”

Julie Carpenter, Daily Express

“ The sparkling McGinnis...gives a superlative performance, one of the year's very best ”

Fiona Mountford, Evening Standard

“ Hancock's... harmonious and emotive high notes revealing every painful pang of love, jealousy and frustration ”

Kate Stanbury, Official London Theatre

“ Song by song, line by line, it's beautifully done ”

Dominic Maxwell, The Times