A Little Night Music

5 May - 8 July Running from
Next event: Sunday 24 June at 2.15pm
  • £24 - £48
    £7 off for under 26s
    £7 off for over 60s (selected shows)
    Groups of 10+ save £3, over 25+ save £5 (applies to full priced tickets only)
  • Storyhouse Theatre

Part of: Made By Storyhouse

★★★★★ – “spine-tingling, a scintillating revival”
The Stage

Spouses, exes, mismatches and misunderstandings.

Stephen Sondheim’s stunning tour de force of a musical explores the tangled web of affairs around an actress and the men who love her. Anne is married to Fredrik, who still loves Desiree, who is sleeping with Count Carl-Magnus, who is married to Charlotte, who’s best friends with Anne. It doesn’t stay that way – be prepared for a night of glorious musical comedy. Witty, heartbreakingly moving and full of adoration, regret and desire.

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by Hugh Wheeler

Directed by Alex Clifton
Designed by Jess Curtis
Musical Director / Conducted by Alex Beetschen

Original orchestrations Jonathan Tunick
Suggested by a film by Ingmar Bergman
Originally produced and directed on Broadway by Harold Prince

A Little Night Music is a Made By Storyhouse production. Find out more here.

Running time is approximately 2 hours and 50 minutes, including a 15 minute interval.

See dates where over 60s discounts are available

Accessible performances

Certificate:

12A

Duration

Approx 170 mins

Upcoming events

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