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‘Charlie Stemp affirms his status as a 24-carat stage star.’

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‘Susan Stroman’s choreography blows the roof off and wins standing ovations. Honestly, it doesn’t get better than this.’

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‘Astonishing performances from Charlie Stemp and Carly Anderson. Spectacular entertainment. A divine production that leaves you giddy.’


‘Blessed with ingenious, sparkling choreography from Susan Stroman. This production sends you out on a high from the joy of music and dance. Simply irresistible.’

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He’s a fish out of water and she’s a real catch

Theatre-mad Bobby Child is torn between his show-business dreams and running the family bank. He reluctantly heads west to Deadrock, Nevada, to foreclose on a theatre’s mortgage, only to fall for the theatre owner’s daughter, Polly. Desperate to prove his good faith, Bobby decides to put on a show – complete with dancers from the glamorous Zangler Follies in New York City – to save the theatre, renew the town and hopefully win Polly’s love.

With a riotously entertaining book by Ken Ludwig and overflowing with glorious Gershwin melodies (including Someone to Watch Over Me, I Got Rhythm and They Can’t Take That Away from Me), this production is a joyful celebration ‘blessed with ingenious, sparkling choreography from Susan Stroman, which sends you out on a high from the joy of music and dance’ Financial Times. The original production of Crazy For You won several Tony and Olivier Awards, including Best Musical.

Directed and choreographed by multi-Tony and Olivier award winner Susan Stroman, this spectacular production transfers from a sell-out season at the Chichester Festival Theatre. Starring Charlie Stemp, the Olivier-nominated star of Half a Sixpence and Mary Poppins as Bobby, Carly Anderson, star of Wicked as Polly, and Drama Desk Award winner Tom Edden as Bela Zangler. This is ‘a divine production that will leave you giddy’ Guardian.