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All aboard! A fresh new production of the timeless classic musical Anything Goes is set to make a splash in London's West End! Escape into the wild world of this splendid, saucy show by Cole Porter and P. G. Wodehouse, set to open in May 2021!

Featuring such catchy musical earworms as 'You're the Top', 'It's De-Lovely', and 'I Get A Kick Out of You' plus an ultra-talented cast, West End legend and award-winning musical Anything Goes pushes all the right buttons for an unforgettable theatrical experience. You don't want to miss this ship's movement. Climb aboard today!

Making her West End debut is the award-winning and internationally renowned American actress, comedian and singer, Megan Mullally as the delectable Reno Sweeney. Mullally, won hearts, as well as three SAG awards, two Emmy awards and four Golden-Globe Nominations, for her iconic role as Karen Walker in the hit TV sitcom Will & Grace. Mullally will be joined by three-time Olivier Award and Tony-Award winner Robert Lindsay.

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  • 14-day cancellation rights do not apply; no refunds or exchanges permitted.
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  • Ticket(s) are valid only for date and time listed.
  • Available options for ticket fulfillment include Collect from Box Office and E-Ticket (Print at home yourself).
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