The smash hit musical of the summer Anything Goes, has broken Box Office records at the Barbican and taken over £1 million at the Box Office since the show opened in London last week to universal rave five star reviews.
Night after night audiences have been on their feet, giving this multi Tony Award-winning show multiple standing ovations at every performance.
Anything Goes is now playing to sell out houses, as audiences are flooding to the Barbican to witness this truly spectacular musical comedy.
And due to phenomenal demand for tickets, last week the show announced a two-week extension to 31 October.
Producer Sir Howard Panter said: “We are delighted with the response at the Box Office for Anything Goes. Taking over £1 million since Thursday last week demonstrates that people really do want to be back in theatres – they have missed it so much, as we all have – and as I’ve said before, this show really is the perfect tonic to lift people’s spirits. Our audiences go wild as soon as leading lady, Broadway legend Sutton Foster, steps onto the stage. They are then treated to over two hours of world class entertainment from our incredible cast and orchestra which includes Robert Lindsay, Felicity Kendal and Gary Wilmot.”
★★★★★ ‘THE SHOW OF THE YEAR. I would give it six stars if I could’ ‘Makes you gasp in wonder and laugh till it hurts. PURE CLASS.’ The Telegraph
★★★★★ ‘When a musical packs this much energy and spectacle, nothing else goes!’ Daily Mail
★★★★★ ’The musical equivalent of sipping one glass of champagne after another’ The Times