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Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5 is a smash-hit musical comedy based on her popular 1980 film of the same name. Three office workers kidnap their sexist, bigoted supervisor in an effort to reform their workplace – but a visit from the company CEO threatens to unravel their plan! Parton’s score keeps the big tunes pumping in this empowering show led by three terrific female leads.
Oscar nominee Jake Gyllenhaal makes his West End debut in Sunday in the Park with George. In this stunning Broadway transfer of one of Stephen Sondheim’s most beloved masterpieces, artist Georges Seurat is struggling to finish what would become his most famous painting. Broadway star Annaleigh Ashford joins Gyllenhaal in this celebrated musical about art, obsession and legacy.
The Savoy Theatre is located on the Strand, next to London’s legendary Savoy Hotel. Charing Cross Station (Bakerloo, Northern, District and Circle Lines as well as National Rail) is also located on the Strand, only a 7 minute walk away.
Originally opened in 1881 to house Gilbert & Sullivan’s comic operas, the Savoy Theatre has maintained its reputation for hosting major British theatre debuts, including Oscar Wilde’s Salome and Noël Coward's Blithe Spirit.
In 1990 the Savoy suffered significant fire damage, but was refurbished and reopened in 1993 with an interior that mirrors its classic 1929 design but features modern conveniences.
The Savoy Theatre has been the home of some of the biggest musicals on the West End, including Legally Blonde, Gypsie, Funny Girl and Dreamgirls.