Guys & Dolls - Bridge Theatre

Guys & Dolls Tickets

Bridge Theatre, London
Booking to 24 February 2024

★★★★★ Daily Mail ★★★★★ Times ★★★★★ Evening Standard ★★★★★ Telegraph ★★★★★ TimeOut ★★★★★ FT ★★★★★ Observer ★★★★★ Sunday Times

Hailed as the perfect musical comedy, Guys & Dolls has swaggered into the Bridge Theatre in this major new immersive experience.

Nicholas Hytner directs a thrilling new production of this much-loved Broadway classic, with the seating of the Bridge Theatre wrapped around the action, transporting audiences to the streets of Manhattan and the bars of Havana in this unlikeliest of love stories. 

A fabulous cast (until 2 September 2023) includes Owain Arthur (One Man, Two Guvnors) as Nathan Detroit, Andrew Richardson (A Call to Spy, The Last O.G) as Sky Masterson, Celinde Schoenmaker (Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera) as Sarah Brown, Marisha Wallace (Dreamgirls, Oklahoma!) as Miss Adelaide and Cedric Neal (Motown The Musical, Back to the Future) as Nicely-Nicely Johnson.

Guys & Dolls is the sizzling New York tale of gamblers, gangsters and nightclub singers, featuring some of Broadway’s greatest show-stopping tunes, including Luck be a Lady, Adelaide’s Lament, and Sit Down You’re Rockin’ the Boat..

Get immersed right into the action with the smooth Sky Masterson, sweet, cold-prone Miss Adelaide, no-good Nathan Detroit and the straight-talking, gambling-opposing Sarah Brown for this unmissable feel-good show.

Guys & Dolls is playing at the Bridge Theatre in London until 24 February 2024.

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What's the story of Guys & Dolls?

Nathan Detroit is desperate: he needs money for an illegal dice game, and he needs it fast. Not to mention a 14-year engagement with nightclub singer Miss Adelaide, whose patience is finally running out.

Enter notorious gambler Sky Masterson, a guy who can never turn down a bet, and straight-laced missionary Sarah Brown, a doll with a heart of ice.

Nathan’s wager is that Sky has to romance Sarah by taking her to Havana for dinner and in return he’ll provide a dozen ‘sinners’ for Sarah’s mission.

Surely this is one bet Nathan absolutely can’t lose?

Who is in the cast of Guys & Dolls?

Cast until 2 September 2023:

Owain Arthur (Nathan Detriot, until 14 October), Daniel Mays (Nathan Detriot, from 16 October), Andrew Richardson (Sky Masterson), Celinde Schoenmaker (Sarah Brown), Marisha Wallace (Miss Adelaide) and Cedric Neal (Nicely-Nicely Johnson). Other cast include Cornelius Clarke (Lieutenant Brannigan), Cameron Johnson (Big Jule), Anthony O’Donnell (Arvide Abernathy), Mark Oxtoby (Benny Southstreet), Adam Pearce (Harry the Horse), Ryan Pidgen (Rusty Charlie) and Katy Secombe (General Cartwright). Completing the cast are Simon Anthony, Lydia Bannister, Kathryn Barnes, Callum Bell, Cindy Belliot, Petrelle Dias, Ike Fallon, Leslie Garcia Bowman, George Ioannides, Robbie McMillan, Perry O’Dea, Charlotte Scott, Tinovimbanashe Sibanda, Isabel Snaas, Sasha Wareham and Dale White in the ensemble.

Cast from 4 September 2023:

Owain Arthur (Nathan Detriot, until 14 October), Daniel Mays (Nathan Detriot, from 16 October); further cast to be confirmed.

Who are the creative team of Guys & Dolls?

Guys & Dolls is based on a story and characters by Damon Runyon, with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows.

Guys & Dolls is directed by Nicholas Hytner with set and costume design by Bunny Christie, choreography by Arlene Phillips, costumes by Deborah Andrews and Bunny Christie, associate direction and choreography by James Cousins, lighting by Paule Constable, sound by Paul Arditti, musical direction by Tom Brady, orchestrations by Charlie Rosen and casting by Charlotte Sutton.

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Reviews of Guys & Dolls

★★★★★ "Procure tickets by fair means or foul: it’s a racing cert" - Daily Mail
★★★★★ "Sheer theatrical bliss" - The Times
★★★★★ "Marisha Wallace is a standout in this blissful and exhilarating revival" - The Evening Standard
★★★★★ "A theatrical extravaganza that explodes every which way" - The Telegraph
★★★★★ "Simply astonishing" - TimeOut
★★★★★ "A superb production, hot as mustard, sweet as pie." - Financial Times
★★★★★ "Nicholas Hytner’s thrillingly immersive new Guys and Dolls" - The Observer
★★★★★ "Shamelessly sexy" - The Sunday Times
★★★★ "Nicholas Hytner’s production is a feat of innovative staging" - The Guardian
★★★★ "Reinforces the thrill of live theatre like nothing else" - i News
★★★★ "It triumphs" - The Stage
★★★★ "You’ll struggle to find a classier revival" - The Independent
"An explosively thrilling production of a masterpiece in London" - Variety
"There’s nothing I could wish more for theatergoers than to experience this “Guys and Dolls” for themselves." - New York Times
★★★★★  Average review score

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Show Information

Performance dates
Booking to 24 February 2024
Running time
2 hrs 40 minutes (including interval)
Performance days
Evenings: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Matinees: Thursday, Saturday

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Venue Information

Bridge Theatre, 3 Potters Fields Park, London, SE1 2SG
Nearest Tube or Train: London Bridge (National Rail, Northern and Jubilee lines)
Nearest Buses: RV1, 47, 343, 381, 42, 78, 188

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