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A night of heart-warming comedy with The Glee Club London
Widely regarded as a hilarious and poignant song-filled comedy, The Glee Club by Richard Cameron celebrates the experiences shared and bonds formed between an unlikely group of friends. The play is set in the summer of 1962 where the Edlington Miners’ Glee Club work hard and play hard. The group of heavy-drinking men are preparing for their local gala concert, but the ‘good old days’ seem to be coming to an end. Through social change, music and solidarity, the audience bear witness to the changing lives of these six men. Don’t miss out on this captivating production; buy or sell your tickets to The Glee Club London on StubHub today.
Why see The Glee Club?
The Glee Club debuted at the Bush Theatre in 2002 before transferring to West End. It was first revived in 2013 in Doncaster, Yorkshire, the playwright's hometown. A revival scheduled for June 2020 included a run at the Kiln Theatre in London. The all-star line-up included Bill Ward (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie), Kai Owen (Torchwood), Joshua Hayes (Doctor Who), Robert Jackson (She Ventures and He Wins), Linford Johnson (The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe) and Eamonn Riley (Marth, Josie and the Chinese Elvis). Each of the characters is a sexually complex figure, one a macho scrapper and another coming of age, but all are committed to the group’s friendship and loyalty in a rough and rugged world. Featuring some of the most romantic songs of the 1950s, The Glee Club London tickets will guarantee an exhilarating night at the theatre. This show does contain male nudity, strong language, and references to violence, therefore it is recommended for ages 14 years and older.
About the playwright
Richard Cameron is a renowned playwright from Yorkshire in the United Kingdom, best known for exploring themes of working-class life, violent men, tough women and post-industrialism in Northern England. In addition to The Glee Club, Richard Cameron’s other plays include Flower Girls (2007), Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down (2006), Gone Donkeys (2004), All Of You Min (1996), Almost Grown (1994), The Mortal Ash (1994), Not Fade Away (1993) and Pond Life (1992). As well as writing stage plays, Richard Cameron has also written for BBC’s Stone, Scissors, Paper; and contributions for Midsomer Murders. Set to be in high demand, be sure to book The Glee Club London tickets early with StubHub whilst availability lasts.
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