Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and Clyde Theatre Breaks

The musical Bonnie and Clyde  came to London’s Garrick Theatre. Based on the lives of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow and tells how the two iconic American criminals rose to fame in the 1930s, the story of their relationship, their crime spree, and their eventual… whoops: no spoilers here!

Bonnie and Clyde London Theatre Breaks
Bonnie and Clyde – Photo: The Other Richard

The musical premiered on Broadway in 2011 and has since been performed around the world. The London production opened at the Arts Theatre in 2022 and has become a critical and commercial success. It was at the Garrick Theatre.

The musical features a score of original songs written by Frank Wildhorn and Don Black. The songs are a mix of rock, country, and pop, and they perfectly capture the energy and excitement of the Bonnie and Clyde story and America in the 1920s.

Bonnie and Clyde London Theatre Breaks
Bonnie and Clyde London – PHOTO: The Other Richard

The cast of the London production included Jordan Luke Gage as Clyde Barrow and Frances Mayli McCann as Bonnie Parker. They were excellently directed by Jeff Calhoun.. It entertained audiences of all ages – a powerful and moving story about love, loss, and the American dream.

Garrick Theatre

Address: 2 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH
Nearest Tube: Leicester Square/ Charing Cross

Performance Schedule

Monday 7:30pm
Tuesday 7:30pm
Wednesday 2:30pm, 7:30pm
Thursday 7:30pm
Friday 7:30pm
Saturday 2:30pm, 7:30pm

Age Restriction
No swearing, mild scenes of sexual nature, mild themes of violence. Age 12 +

Running Time
2 hours 30 minutes including interval

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Simon Harding has grown up in and around London's Theatreland and has been working here ever since he left school: promoting its shows to anyone who will listen!

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