Halls – A Development Production Tickets

Turbine Theatre, London
Booking to 30 July 2023
Not currently booking

Halls – A Development Production is a brand new musical coming to the Turbine Theatre in London, where the creative team are still working on the show during its run.

Halls is written by composer George Stroud and writer Jennifer Harrison, and directed by Hollywood film director Andy Fickman (Race to Witch Mountain, Heathers The Musical).

The show is about eight first-year university students – all from different backgrounds – who come together in Halls of Residence, Flat 15B!

Halls follows the eight students over the course of their first year, as they learn to live – and love – together, experiencing the highs and lows of student life.

This beautifully-told coming-of age-story will make you laugh and cry, and features a breathtaking pop-rock soundtrack.

A talented cast includes May Tether (Heathers) as Jessie, Ivan Gonzalez (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat) as Dan, Kelly Sweeney (Unexpected Joy) as Sam, Elena Gyasi (Six) as Zoe, Matteo Johnson (Bat Out of Hell) as Lewis, Jacob Dachtler (GSA graduate) as Will, Lenny Turner (The Last Five Years) as Josh and Jen Pandya (Mamma Mia!) as Natalie.

Halls runs at the Turbine Theatre in London from 7 to 30 July 2023.

What does development production mean?

The creative team will be working on the material and fine-tuning it during its run. All production elements (sound / lighting / set / costume etc ) are there to give you an idea of what the show will be in a more realised scenario as opposed to it feeling ‘finished’. Most importantly, the way audiences engage with the show will dictate how it develops so do come along and be a crucial part of this exciting journey as Halls evolves.

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What's the story of Halls - A Development Production?

Halls centres around eight, first-year, university students, from different backgrounds and upbringings, who are brought together when they’re all allocated the same flat in Halls of Residence, Flat 15B. The show follows the characters over the course of the academic year, exploring the relationships they form, as they learn to live together whilst experiencing student life. Freshers week, exam stress, the cost of student living, and romance, are all key themes in this coming-of age-story. Laugh, and cry, as the flatmates find their feet in a world where their decisions are now entirely their own.

Who is in the cast of Halls - A Development Production?

May Tether as Jessie, Ivan Gonzalez as Dan, Kelly Sweeney as Sam, Elena Gyasi as Zoe, Matteo Johnson as Lewis, Jacob Dachtler as Will, Lenny Turner as Josh and Jen Pandya as Natalie.

Who are the creative team of Halls - A Development Production?

Written by Jennifer Harrison and George Stroud; Directed by Andy Fickman

Show Information

Performance dates
Booking to 30 July 2023
Age restrictions
Running time
2 hours (including interval)
Performance days
Evenings: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Matinees: Saturday, Sunday

Performance information is for guidance only. Check booking calendar for details.

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Important Notes

Content guidance:

Contains swearing and adult themes

Venue Information

Turbine Theatre, Arches Lane, Circus West Village, London, SW11 8AB
Nearest Tube or Train: Battersea Power Station (Underground), Battersea Park (rail station)
Nearest Buses: 44, 137, 452

Ticket Information

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