Phoenix Theatre, London
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THE GIRLS is the true story of the Yorkshire CALENDAR GIRLS a group of ordinary ladies who achieved something extraordinary.
This new musical comedy has brought together the writing talents of Gary Barlow and Tim Firth who grew up in the same village in the North of England and have been friends for 25 years.
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The Grade 2 listed Phoenix Theatre takes pride of place on the bustling Charing Cross Road and Phoenix Street junction. Designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, Bertie Crewe and Cecil Maseym the interior is as good as it gets, real theatrical eye candy and hailed as one of the city’s finest. The talented director and designer Theodore Komisarjevsky is responsible for its considerable Italian-style splendour, with its shimmering gold engraved walls and scarlet upholstery. The venue first opened its doors in 1930 with Private Lives, a Noel Coward play in which the writer starred, with a young Laurence Olivier taking a supporting role. Since then a collection of top plays and musicals have taken the stage here, including Harlequinade, The Browning Version and Tom Stoppard’s Night and Day. The Phoenix staged Blood Brothers for an astonishing 21 years and offers 1012 seats spread over 3 levels. Get your Phoenix Theatre tickets here!