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    Actor and activist George Takei makes his London stage debut in a musical inspired by his own childhood.

    George Takei’s London stage debut

    George Takei stars in the UK premiere of an uplifting musical inspired by his own life. Allegiance, set in the shadow of Pearl Harbor, runs at Charing Cross Theatre.

    When 120,000 Japanese Americans were forced into internment camps during World War Two, family loyalties were pushed to the brink. Sam Kimura believes that enlisting will prove his patriotism. His sister Kei joins the camp’s resistance movement. As the two siblings choose different paths, they must decide where their allegiances lie.

    The Allegiance musical is created by Lorenzo Thione and Jay Kuo, with a book by Marc Acito. It transfers to London for a European premiere, with a newly conceived production for Charing Cross Theatre’s stage directed and choreographed by Tara Overfield Wilkinson.

    George Takei’s Allegiance London cast includes Takei himself, Telly Leung as Sam and Aynrand Ferrer as Kei.

    Takei is an actor and activist best known as Mr. Sulu in Star Trek. As a child he lived in US-run internment camps, an experience he has spoken about extensively both in writing, speeches and political work.

    Don’t miss a special opportunity to watch a celebrated actor and activist in an intimate musical with George Takei Allegiance tickets.

    Sorry this show closed 08 April 2023, we recommend these similar productions.

    Performance dates:
    07 Apr 2023 - 08 Apr 2023
    Running time:
    2 hours and 20 minutes including an interval.
    Charing Cross Theatre (See map)
    Age recommendation:
    Best for age 10+

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    Based on real events and inspired by the biographical novel that George Takei wrote (They Called... More

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    AndrewH306 Top 100 reviewer 09 Feb 2023

    This was, sadly, our final visit to this fantastic show that has all the ingredients to be heartw... More

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    AndrewH306 Top 100 reviewer 01 Apr 2023

    This was my second visit to the show before its run ends on 8 April. It’s an epic rollercoaster o... More

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    AndrewH306 Top 100 reviewer 24 Mar 2023

    Lucky ended up watching on the day of the cast Q&A and George Takei signing which was great. The... More

    ZCJ1's avatar
    ZCJ1 23 Mar 2023

    A story I wasn't even aware of was poignantly staged with some incredible vocals and direction.... More

    carldarling's avatar
    carldarling 23 Jan 2023

    Moving , and inspiring. I wasn’t aware of this part of history. Songs and staging (especially in... More

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    Kilsman14 15 Jan 2023
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