My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) London Tickets are available now! The show will be hosted at the Garrick Theatre from the 21st of October to the 6th of November this year. Book My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) London tickets now to watch this incredible show from the best seats in the theatre!
Rob Madge is the writer and performer of My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?), which is based on his own experiences. Madge has performed in Millennials, Mary Poppins, Les Misérables, and Oliver! Luke Sheppard directs the show. Sheppard is well-known for helming the smash hit musical & Juliet on the West End and shows like Spring Awakening and Rent.
Pippa Cleary composed the music for the play, with Simon Nathan orchestrating it and Chris Fry mixing it. Ryan Dawson Laight created the designs, and George Reeve designed the projections. Neil McDowell Smith handled the video engineering, with Anna Short-acting as the associate sound designer.
The story begins with its portrayal of Rob’s attempt to put on a full-fledged Disney parade at their home for grandma when he was 12 years old. Rob put on a wig and took on the roles of Micky Mouse, Mary Poppins, Belle, and Ariel. Their father served as both Goofy and the stage manager-cum-sound technician. Sadly, Dad completely missed his cues, causing all of the floats to be moved in the wrong direction. Mum mistook Aladdin for Ursula. Both the outfits and the props turned out to be disastrous. Even Ariel's bubble gun wouldn't function properly. Grandma, nonetheless, appeared to be enjoying herself. Get your My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) London Tickets to watch the moving and heartwarming tale unfold!
Director: Luke Sheppard
Composition : Pippa Cleary
Orchestration: Simon Nathan
Written & Performed by: Rob Madge
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Booking Period: 21 Oct 2022 to 6 Nov 2022
The Garrick Theatre is a West End theatre and is named after the renowned Shakespearean actor David Garrick. It is situated on Charing Cross Road in the City of Westminster in London and currently seats 656 people. It debuted on 24 April 1889 with Arthur Wing Pinero's drama The Profligate. Garrick seems to have focused on melodramatic performances in its early years.
Seating Capacity: 656 seats
Address: Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH
Tube: The tube stations closest to Garrick Theatre is Leicester Square (Picadilly Line and Northern Line - Charing Cross).
Bus: The bus lines servicing the area include, 3, 6, 9, 11, 12, 23, 24, 29, 87, 88, 91, 139, 176, and 453.
Available Facilities: Wheelchairs, Cloakroom, Washrooms
Accessibility: Garrick Theatre welcomes disabled guests and strives to make the show accessible for everyone.
Security: Please be aware that for your comfort and security all audience members will be subject to security checks upon arrival at Garrick Theatre.
Dress Code: Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theatre is air-conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
Outside Food: Strictly prohibited
The cost of the My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) tickets will vary depending on the type of seats you choose.
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Booking My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) online will give you the opportunity to select your specific seats, thus, ensuring you do not get stuck with partial view seating. But if you try your luck with lottery tickets, or purchase day seats, your seats will be allocated at the discretion of the Box Office, which can potentially mean partial view seating or split seats.
My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) opens on 21 October 2022 at Garrick Theatre.
My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) does not have a strict age limit. However, it is most suitable for children 16 and above.
My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) is playing at Garrick Theatre in London and opens on 21 October 2022.
If your child is above the age of 5, you do need to purchase a My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) ticket for your child.
Generally, children above 5 years are expected to pay full price for a London theatre ticket.
The running time of My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) is 1 hour and 10 minutes with no intermission(s).
My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) is a show about a queer child and his family and the events in their life. The story is an autobiographical narrative based on Rob Madge’s life.
There is no specific dress code at West End. However, it is prudent to dress in semi-formals or smart casuals and something comfortable. Carry a light sweater or a jacket as the theatre can get a bit chilly.
No, outside food is not allowed while attending My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?). Most theatres do have a cafeteria or bar inside the premises where you can get snacks and drinks.
Garrick Theatre has multiple facilities including wheelchair accessibility, restrooms, and a cloakroom available for the audiences during the My Son's A Queer, (But What Can You Do?).
Photography, videography, and sound recording are prohibited inside the theatre. Some theatres do have a souvenir shop from where you can purchase pictures of stills of the show.
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