Garrick Theatre
Charing Cross Road WC2H 0HH
A Little Night Music
Garrick Theatre location mapMap ©Silvermaze Ltd 2008
Garrick Theatre photoPhoto ©Tony Reading 2008
Show Details
Preview 28th Mar 09
Opens 7th Apr 09
Booking to 25th Jul 09
Show Times
Monday - Saturday 7.30 pm
Matinée Weds & Sat 2.30 pm

Local Info
Top Class restaurants nearby;

Beotys (Greek & Trad English)
79 St Martin's Lane
020 7836 8768
Mon Plaisir (French)
21 Monmouth Street
020 7836 7243
Browns (British & European)
82 St Martin's Lane
020 7497 5050

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A note from the author

We put this AVMovie together (a compilation of still photos and video clips) to show off London theatres as they are seen most often by theatre goers – by night.

Thanks to Ben Shafik for his lighthearted and  informative commentary and Fionn O'Lochlainn for the original music.

Watch out for the new version with current liveries and the names of the theatres as they appear.

This is a musical with a score that is clever and sophisticated, in watlz time.  It is is based on the film Smiles of a Summer Night, by Ingmar Bergman. It takes place in Sweden in the 19th Century and revolves around affairs of the heart which are the prevailing theme of the play. It has been called a  'stylish celebration of romance'.

It tells of the long passion of a aging lawyer for his bride who refuses to consummate the marriage for nine years although she loves him. It centres on the affairs between the members of the house and focuses on the character - the actress Desiree Armfeldt – the  tangled web of intrigue that surrounds her features the classic “Send in the Clowns”. There are many stories that unfold in a brilliantly written score. They are energetically performed. The musical line up is very impressive.

In order of appearance:
Gabriel Vick - Henrik Egerman 
Lynden Edwards - Mr Lindquist 
• Fiona Dunn - Mrs Nordstrom 
• Laura Armstrong - Mrs Anderssen
• John Addison - Mr Erlanson
• Nicola Sloane - Mrs Segstrom
• Holly Hallam - Fredrika Armfeldt
• Grace Link - Fredrika Armfeldt
• Maureen Lipman - Madame Armfeldt
• Phil Pritchard - Frid
• Jessie Buckley - Anne Egerman
• Alexander Hanson - Fredrik Egerman
• Kaisa Hammarlund  - Petra
• Hannah Waddingham - Desiree Armfeldt 
• Alistair Robins - Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm
• Kelly Price - Countess Charlotte Malcolm 
• Florence Andrews - Ensemble 
• Ben Fleetwood Smyth - Ensemble 
• Sian Howard-Jones - Ensemble

• Music and Lyrics  - Stephen Sondheim
• Author -  Hugh Wheeler
• Director  - Trevor Nunn  
• Set & Costume Design  - David Farley
• Musical Supervision - Caroline Humphris
• Lighting & Design - Hartley T A Kemp
• Sound design - Gareth Owen
• Orchestrations - Jason Carr 
• Musical Direction - Tom Murray
© 2009 Updated 11th Apr 2009