Flowers for Mrs Harris Tickets
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For Ada Harris, day-to-day life is spent cleaning houses. But one day when she is working for a wealthy client in Belgravia, she happens upon a Dior dress that takes her breath away.
In that magical moment, Ada has an epiphany and sets off on a journey that will change her life... From the cobbled streets of post-war London to the magical avenues of Paris and beyond, Ada transforms the lives of everyone she meets along the way, but can she let go of her past and finally let her own life blossom?
Flowers for Mrs Harris is based on the novel by Paul Gallico, a musical by Richard Taylor and Rachel Wagstaff, book by Rachel Wagstaff, music and lyrics by Richard Taylor. It will be directed by Bronagh Lagan, starring Jenna Russell as Mrs Harris, with new orchestrations by Jason Carr, and with Jonathan Gill as Musical Director. Casting is by Jane Deitch. Further casting and creative team to be announced.
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 7+
Running timeTo be confirmed
Performance dates30 September - 26 November 2023
Venue InformationRiverside StudiosRiverside Trust, Riverside Studios, 101 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, London, London, W6 9BN
What's closing in London theatres this month? ? (November 2023)
Ghosts, vampires, werewolves, there are plenty of scary forces out this all Hallows Eve, but they all pale in comparison to the most frightening thing of all… the fear of missing out. The fear can strike at any time, and unlike a mummy’s groans as it stumbles forward on bandaged feet, or a witch’s cackle as she soars through the night sky, you won’t hear it coming. It creeps up, stealth-like, striking when you scroll on your phone, and you see the dreaded words from your favourite actor or must-see show: “Thank you to everyone who came to our closing night. We had a blast.”
Although devastating, the fear can be overcome, but precautions must be taken. You don’t need to sharpen your wooden stake or nip to Tesco’s for a sack full of garlic to tackle the situation head-on, you need to find a list of breathtaking shows that are closing soon and catch them before they’re gone. So read on and escape FOMO for good.
31 Oct, 2023 | By Sian McBride