A scene from Anything Goes by Cole Porter at Barbican. Theatre Directed and Choreographed by Kathleen Marshall. Photo Tristram Kenton

Anything Goes back in cinemas in March

Hit West End musical Anything Goes is heading back into UK cinemas this March.

The show will play in the UK and selected countries on 15 and 19 March 2023.

This 2021 production of Anything Goes, which played at the Barbican Theatre in London, featured an all-star cast including Broadway powerhouse Sutton Foster (The Music Man), who reprised her Tony Award winning role as Reno Sweeney, Tony, Olivier and BAFTA winner Robert Lindsay as Moonface Martin, Felicity Kendal as Evangeline Harcourt and Gary Wilmot as Elisha Whitney.

The show was directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall, whose 2011 Broadway revival was nominated for 9 Tony Awards winning for Best Revival and Best Choreography, and scooped a host of five-star reviews when it premiered in London.

The show played on TV during Christmas 2021 on the BBC and was on BBC iPlayer for a year, ending Christmas 2022.

Anything Goes returned to the Barbican Theatre last year for a glitzy run starring Kerry Ellis (Wicked) as Reno Sweeney, Denis Lawson as Moonface Martin, Simon Callow as Elisha Whitney, Bonnie Langford as Evangeline Harcourt, and 2022 Olivier Award nominee Carly Mercedes Dyer as Erma. The show got positive reviews.

Other big Broadway musicals coming to London in 2023 include Crazy For You at the Gillian Lynne Theatre, Ain’t Too Proud at the Prince Edward Theatre, and Mrs Doubtfire at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Check out our collection of “Broadway Shows in London“.

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📷 Main photo: A scene from Anything Goes by Cole Porter at Barbican. Theatre Directed and Choreographed by Kathleen Marshall. Photo Tristram Kenton

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