Underbelly Productions has today confirmed the new production of Clarke Peters’ Olivier Award-winning and Tony-Award nominated musical, Five Guys Named Moe, will extend its run at The Marble Arch Theatre until Saturday 24th March 2018.
Performed in a brand-new theatre at Marble Arch, does this revival of Five Guys Named Moe win over the critics? Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews.
If you’re not dancing out of the theatre humming “Saturday Night Fish Fry” or “Ain’t Nobody Here but Us Chickens”, there’s something wrong with you.
Created thirty years ago by Clarke Peters and swiftly transferring from the Theatre Royal Stratford East across town to the West End and then to Broadway, it is a delight to see the show return to London, where it simply outclasses many of today’s long-running musicals.
A tent has popped up near Hyde Park, right next to the Marble Arch. Step inside and you will be transported to New Orleans, with a bouncing bar, a band to match and Southern-style decor and atmosphere that will take you back to a swinging time.
While Edinburgh prepares to welcome back its Festival Fringe from the 4th August, London will be welcoming these shows to theatres… 1. Five Guys Named Moe, Marble Arch Theatre: playing is a specially created pop up theatre, Five Guys Named Moe transports audiences back to the 1940’s to a world filled with jazz. Featuring the hits… Read More
Underbelly Productions have today announced full casting for a brand new production of Clarke Peters’ Olivier Award-winning and Tony-Award nominated musical, Five Guys Named Moe. The production will open on 14 September 2017 in a new temporary theatre in Marble Arch, London.