Top Price Ticket to Crazy For You for £27 at The Novello Theatre (Up to 57% Off)
- George and Ira Gershwin's 1930 classic musical
- Feel-good show featuring famous tunes
- Novello Theatre close to Covent Garden and Temple tube stations
- Show ends on 17 March 2012
- Top price ticket to the show
- Valid for Monday to Friday evenings
- Featuring songs such as 'I Got Rhythm' and 'Embraceable You'
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required after 14 February 2012. Once confirmed, bookings cannot be cancelled. Valid Mon-Fri at 7.30pm. Excludes Thu 2.30pm show and Saturdays. Seats subject to availability. Original value based on highest priced tickets.
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Tap dancing requires skill and balance, and is useful when the shower runs too hot or cold. Get rhythm with today's Groupon: £27 for a top price ticket to see Crazy For You.
About Crazy For You
An exuberant take on George Gershwin's 1930 classic, this show matches songs like 'I Got Rhythm' and 'Embraceable You' to a routine of high-octane tippity-tap-tap choreography. With the 24 strong cast filling the Novello's stage with all the bustle and glitz of 1930s America, the show bounces through an outrageous plot with a big grin and roughly 48 jazz hands. Having transferred to the West End from a sell-out run at the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, the show will tap out its enormous finale for the last time on 17 March 2012.
Booking lines open on 14 February 2012
Show starts 7.30pm Monday to Friday
Not valid for Saturdays or Thursday matinee performances
The nearest tube stations are Covent Garden and Temple
How it works:
1. Buy your Groupon
2. We email you the voucher after the deal ends
3. Voucher activates on Tuesday 14th February 2012
4. Call the number on the voucher to book your seats
Crazy For You has attracted many a fine review from audiences and critics alike. While The Guardian reported a ‘slightly synthetic feel’, write ups are overall very positive, and heap particular praise upon the energy and enthusiasm of the cast and slick production.
4/5 stars… The humour of Ludwig's book is carried over wholeheartedly into Stephen Mear's choreography, which is brought to life by the gorgeous nine-strong ensemble of Zangler's Follies and a posse of cowboys - they make for something of a motley ensemble… (Sean) Palmer excels both in duet with the wonderful Clare Foster (who manages to look elegant even in dungarees, and is clad in plaid seemingly for the duration) and David Burt whose performance as the real impresario Bela Zangler is the night's stand out comic turn... Open Air artistic director Timothy Sheader has staged a joyous revival of this old-fashioned, delightful show. He ensures every punchline - and it occasionally feels like every exchange of dialogue possesses a gag - is landed. Care has also been taken over the physical comedy and slapstick
– What’s On Stage, Oct 2011
4/5 stars… The director, Timothy Sheader, that superbly inventive choreographer Stephen Mear and an ebullient company all splendidly deliver the goods.
– The Telegraph, Aug 2011