The Alhambra Theatre
18 - 22 July 2017

A major new production of the West End and Broadway award winning musical extravaganza!! Starring John Partridge, Adrian Zmed and Marti Webb.

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Book Tickets for La Cage Aux Folles

The Alhambra Theatre

  • Date
    Time
    Price
    Accessibility
  • Date Tue 18 Jul 2017
    Time7:30 pm
    Price £ 42.50 - £19.50*
  • Date Wed 19 Jul 2017
    Time2:00 pm
    Price £ 39.50 - £17.50*
  • Date
    Time7:30 pm
    Price £ 42.50 - £19.50*
    Excellent availability
  • Date Thu 20 Jul 2017
    Time2:00 pm
    Price £ 39.50 - £17.50*
    Excellent availability
  • Date
    Time7:30 pm
    Price £ 42.50 - £19.50*
    Signed Signed
  • Date Fri 21 Jul 2017
    Time7:30 pm
    Price £ 45.50 - £23.50*
    Captioned Captioned
  • Date Sat 22 Jul 2017
    Time2:30 pm
    Price £ 42.50 - £19.50*
    Audio Described Audio Described
  • Date
    Time7:30 pm
    Price £ 45.50 - £23.50*
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The Alhambra Theatre
Price£42.50- £19.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Price£39.50- £17.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Excellent availability
Price£42.50- £19.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Excellent availability
Price£39.50- £17.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Signed
Price£42.50- £19.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Captioned
Price£45.50- £23.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Audio Described
Price£42.50- £19.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Price£45.50- £23.50*
Booking Fees:

*Prices inclusive of booking fees: Phone/Counter - £1 per ticket plus postage charge where applicable. Online - £1.50 per ticket plus £1 per transaction for postage. Please note, concessions may not be available on every performance.

More Information on La Cage Aux Folles

Georges and the dazzling drag artiste Albin, star of la Cage aux Folles, live an idyllic existence in the heart of St Tropez. But behind the curtains of this sparkling extravaganza, all may be about to change.

Georges’ son Jean-Michel announces his engagement to the daughter of a notorious right-wing politician determined to close down the local colourful night-life. Drama and hilarity ensue when a meeting of the parents forces them to cover up their vibrant lifestyle. Will Albin be able to play the role of his life to ensure that Jean-Michel can marry his love?

Bill Kenwright presents a spectacular new version of the much loved musical with West End star John Partridge as Albin and Broadway leading man Adrian Zmed as Georges. John’s extensive theatre credits boast the West End productions of A Chorus Line at the London Palladium, Cats, Starlight Express and Chicago, but perhaps he is best known for playing the loveable Christian in BBC’s EastEnders and as a judge on TV’s Over The Rainbow.

Adrian’s Broadway credits include Blood Brothers, Grease and Falsettos and on television he is best loved as Officer Vince Romano in the hit TV show T.J. Hooker and on the big screen as Johnny in Grease 2. Joining them is West End Icon, Marti Webb. She received huge critical acclaim for Tell Me on a Sunday, a show specifically written for her by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black. She has recorded nine solo albums and had numerous hit singles, including Always There, the theme from the hit BBC series Howard’s Way and the smash hit Take That Look Off Your Face.

The show-stopping score includes The Best of Times, Song on the Sand and I Am What I Am.

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