Channing Tatum’s Magic Mike Live returns to London with a new reopening date of Friday 21 May at the Hippodrome Casino. The production will be revamped, featuring new songs and dance sequences in a Covid-secure, socially-distanced environment,.
Executive producer Vincent Marini said, “The team behind Magic Mike Live has been enthusiastically planning the show’s return to the London stage. We have been working to develop a show that prioritises the safety of our employees and guests but also manages to be as fun, electric and unexpected as ever. While it has been a creative challenge to make changes to the show we all love so much, we believe that the finished product, which has already been successfully launched in Sydney, will bring a great deal of joy to London at a time when it is sorely needed. We’re going to make the show’s return to the Hippodrome – after 14 long months away – absolutely epic.”
As part of the show’s return, a new “Too Good To Be True” ticketing policy has been put in place, which gives patrons unprecedented booking flexibility.
From 21 May, all tickets will be priced at £79.00 and £96.00 and will include complimentary prosecco during the show for the first 10 weeks only until 1 August 2021.
Conceived and co-directed by Channing Tatum, Magic Mike Live has already wowed over 200,000 people in London and almost 750,000 worldwide, is a large-scale, live production show based on the hit films Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL.
Magic Mike Live is co-directed by Tatum and Alison Faulk, with Luke Broadlick as associate director, and choreography by Faulk, Teresa Espinosa and Broadlick. The production is designed by Rachel O’Toole, with scenic design by Rob Bissinger and Anita LaScala, costume design by Marina Toybina, lighting design by Philip Gladwell and video design by Luke Halls. Musical supervision is by Jack Rayner, with sound design by Nick Kourtides. Dreya Weber is aerial choreographer and aerial apparatus designer.
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