Miss Nightingale

The Theatre, Hippodrome Casino (Over 18s Only), Cranbourn Street Leicester Square, London , WC2H 7JH

The West End premiere of Miss Nightingale at the London Hippodrome Casino

Bursting with sex, sauce, innuendo and a lot of emotion, this show is a glorious display of talent that guarantees a smashing night out.

Named as one of The Guardian’s Top 50 must-see shows, Miss Nightingale welcomes you to the Glitz of the Blitz. This jubilant and outrageous tale of love, loss and hope depicts a war-torn capital where gay glamour, vintage sounds and spunky Blitz spirit rule.

Bunker down and book your intimate underground seats for an unrivalled West End experience.

Miss Nightingale is booking until 6 May 2018 at The Theatre, London Hippodrome Casino.

WHAT’S THE STORY?

Immerse yourself in the wartime world of Maggie Brown, a hopeful singer, and her best friend George Nowodny, a songwriter and Jewish refugee. They perform a dazzling act at the newest nightclub in town, owned by RAF war-hero and wealthy socialite Sir Frank Worthington-Blythe.

Maggie’s admirer, Tom Connor, helps her to develop the sexy and charismatic persona of ‘Miss Nightingale’. George and Maggie quickly become a West-End hit! However, the leading lady doesn’t know that George and Sir Frank are hiding a secret and, as Miss Nightingale’s success grows, so does their forbidden love!

This show-stopping musical set in 1942 will make you laugh, cry and hunger for more!

WHO’S IN IT? CAST

The cast includes Lauren Chinery as Miss Nightingale, alongside Oliver Mawdsley as Sir Frank, Matthew Floyd Jones as George, Adam Langstaff as Tom, Tobias Oliver as Clifford and Matthew Bugg in the role of Harry.

REVIEWS

Coming Soon

IMPORTANT NOTES

Please note: The Hippodrome is a strictly over 18s venue and any guests may be challenged if they are lucky enough to look under 25.

The venue encourages ALL guests to bring Original Valid Photographic ID (Passport, driving licence, PASS verification card or military card) to prevent any disappointment and refusal of entry.

The Hippodrome reserve the right to refuse entry to any guest who is deemed to be under the influence of alcohol.