"The Pajama Game" has opened in London to 5-star reviews from The Guardian, Time Out and The Daily Telegraph, which describes Richard Eyre's production as "an adrenalin rush of pure pleasure". You can now save up to 51% on tickets on performances throughout summer.
3pm Wednesday and Saturday until 1 August
7:30pm Monday-Saturday until 1 August
About the show
Set in 1950s America, "The Pajama Game" is a "joyous production" (The Guardian) that tells the story of handsome Superintendent Sid Sorokin who falls head over heels in love with feisty union rep Babe Williams. Sparks fly when employees at the Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory are refused a seven-and-a-half-cents-an-hour raise, leaving Sid and Babe at odds in this classic romantic comedy.
"Dazzlingly inventive choreography... one of the most zingingly entertaining tune-and-toe shows you have ever seen" -- The Daily Telegraph
"A musical with an irresistible mix of waspish comedy, droll songs and exuberant dance" -- Financial Times
Book by 14 July.