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David Essex and Boogie Nights creator Jon Conway invite you to a roller coaster ride of a musical, underscored by a helter- skelter of David Essex hits and album favourites.
Inspired by David Essex’s debut album ‘All The Fun Of The Fair’, as the words of the title song suggest David plays fun fair owner Levi Lee, recently widowed and father of a rebellious teenage son. Danger and mysticism lurk in the future, as predicted by the gypsy fortune teller who is in love with Levi. This moving and contemporary story with a heartbreaking twist, reaches out to every parent and anyone who has ever been torn in love.
Dodgems and motorbikes, crafty cons and candy floss, fairground horses and fights, along with romance and rock and roll bring out the carnival atmosphere, but beware… all is not always fun at the fair!”
Running time2h05min. Performance times: Monday to Sat at 7.30pm, Wednesday and Saturday at 3pm
Performance datesBooking from 17/04/2010 to 05/09/2010
The show will also not be performing from 29 June to 6 July.
EXCLUSIVE ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR TICKETS OFFER
ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR tickets reduced from £55 to just £32.50 AND £45 to £27.50 including booking fees.
Offer applies to all performances until the 4th September 2010
CHRISTOPHER TIMOTHY AND LOUISE ENGLISH JOIN ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR
Christopher Timothy and Louise English join David Essex in the cast of All the Fun of the Fair which previews from 20 April at London’s Garrick Theatre, with press night on 28 April and is running until 5 September 2010. David Essex plays Levi Lee, the owner of a fading fun fair, and the leading role of his son Jack, will be played by Michael Pickering.
2 Mar, 2010 | By London Theatre Direct