By Adam Reeves-Brown
"EastEnders" actor and "Dancing on Ice" winner Sam Attwater stars in a new revival of musical "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" this month.
Why we love it
- "EastEnders" actor and "Dancing on Ice" winner Sam Attwater stars in "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"
- This new revival of the hit musical also stars Helena Blackman from "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?"
- Save 51% on a top ticket
New Wimbledon Theatre
93 The Broadway
London, SW19 1QG
- Usually £29.50 plus a £3.90 per-ticket fee, Price Band A seats in the Stalls and Dress Circle are now available for £16.22.
This offer is valid for evening performances on 7-10 October.
The reduced price includes per-ticket fees, so the only additional cost at the checkout is a one-off £2.85 transaction fee.
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"Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" is set in 19th-century Oregon, where Adam (played by Attwater) wants to marry Milly -- played by Helena Blackman of BBC series "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?" -- but soon finds himself resorting to rather creative methods in order to find wives for his six brothers. The show is choroegraphed by Broadway veteran Patti Colombo, whom the Wall Street Journal calls "one of the finest musical-comedy choreographers in the business".
93 The Broadway, Wimbledon
London, SW19 1QG