Christmas is approaching so spirits are high but as the days get colder we and darker we tend to crave the optimistic escape that theatre provides. Ordinary Days is just what we need – realistic, heartfelt and warm.
Got your tickets yet? Streetlights People’s acclaimed production of Adam Gwon’s 2009 Off-Broadway hit ORDINARY DAYS has returned to London after its award-winning success at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. It’s officially re-opened last night (22 November 2017) at Drayton Arms Theatre, where its limited season continues until 9 December 2017. Check out our sneak-peek video and gallery of production shots – and then get booking!
After receiving rave reviews, being shortlisted as one of only ten musicals for the Musical Theatre Review Best Musical Award and being nominated for Best Musical at the Broadway World Awards at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017, Streetlights, People! Productions’ revival of Ordinary Days returns to London as the winner of the Drayton Arms’ Eddies Kensington Award
Ordinary Days is a one-act musical in which four young New Yorkers who aren’t quite happy with their lives sing out their troubles in just 70 minutes. The plot could be right out of Sex & the City, and it all comes across as a bit First World Problems, but the cast are great and there’s a kind of a twist at the end.