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Judy! at the Arts Theatre
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Judy! at the Arts Theatre
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Judy! at the Arts Theatre

This is an unmissable production exploring the life of actress, singer and icon Judy Garland.

16 May 2017 - 17 June 2017 | Visit website

Judy Garland has become an enduring icon to millions of fans of all generations around the world.

Ray Rackham's poignant and ultimately uplifting story portrays the star as a survivor in a man’s world. It follows three ages of Judy, from the young girl heading toward her life-changing performance in The Wizard of Oz through to CBS Judy, an older and wiser woman.

The cast includes Helen Sheals (Last Tango In Halifax, Downton Abbey) as CBS Judy, Belinda Wollaston (Mamma Mia, Titanic) as Palace Judy and Lucy Penrose as Young Judy. The memorable score, brought to life by a live band, is a wonderful combination of Garland classics and lesser known numbers, including The Trolley Song, The Man That Got Away and, of course, Over The Rainbow.

Judy will be performed at the Arts Theatre, 16 May - 17 June 2017. Tickets are from £20.00, find out more and book tickets here.

6-7 Great Newport St, , London WC2H 7JB

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