23th to 27th of October 2018

  Rodgers & Hammerstein's

    The King and I

  Music by RICHARD RODGERS, Book and Lyrics by OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II

Based on "Anna and the King of Siam" by Margaret Landon,
Original Choreography by Jerome Robbins


The award winning ELODS proudly presents The King and I

Rodgers & Hammerstein's highly celebrated musical set in 1860's Bangkok tells the moving story of the experience of Anna, a British school teacher hired as a governess as part of the King of Siam's idea to modernise his country.

A celebration of love in all its forms, we see the desperation of forbidden love; the love of a neglected wife; and although on the surface we witness an amusing conflict between Anna and the King as East meets West, love creeps up on them, which neither can admit or accept. A timeless classic, not to be missed, from the company that brought the Wyllyotts Theatre recent productions of The Drowsy Chaperone, Parade and Crazy For You

Creatives
Artistic Director: Rich Stoughton
Music Director: Mark Newport
Choreographer: Emma Bell

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Booking Details

Please see our tickets page for booking details.

Dates and Prices

  Standard Concessions*     Student
Tuesday 23 October 7:30pm 17.00 16.00 10.00
Wednesday 24 October 7:30pm 17.00 16.00 10.00
Thursday 25 October 7:30pm 17.00 16.00
Friday 26 October 7:30pm 19.00 -
Saturday 27 October 2:30pm 19.00 18.00
Saturday 27 October 7:30pm 19.00 -

*Concessions for Senior citizens and children under 16 years only.
Students-please bring your NUS card to the show.
Groups of 10+ (same performance): 1 off per ticet

Our theatre

The Wyllyotts Theatre is a well established theatre for amateur shows with an enthusiastic audience. It has many excellent facilities for audiences, including newly upgraded seating and a friendly bar and cafe.

Wyllyotts is easy to get to with many transport links and has ample parking. Please find more information about Wyllyotts theatre including detailed directions by train and car here.

Acknowledgements

Music by RICHARD RODGERS, Book and Lyrics by OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II