Sweeney Todd Tickets
Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel star in Stephen Sondheim’s famed musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Directed by Lonny Price, this semi-staged revival will feature the entire ENO orchestra, as well as a full cast and ensemble. Following an acclaimed run at New York’s Lincoln Center, Sweeney Todd comes to the London Coliseum for a strictly limited run of thirteen performances.
With a sumptuous score by Sondheim and a book by Hugh Wheeler, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is the well-known operetta that follows a vengeful barber who is set on ending the lives of everyone that ruined his own. A devilishly gory tale, Sweeney Todd sees Benjamin Barker wrongly accused by a sinister judge, who transports Barker to Australia in order to corrupt his wife Lucy. On his return, he adopts the name Sweeney Todd and vows to become a barber – the only way he can ensure that he will be able to slit the throat of the man that wronged him. Soon, Todd is killing left, right and centre, and the bloodthirsty Mrs Lovett begins using the human meat in her pies...
Emma Thompson stars as Mrs Lovett, alongside Bryn Terfel as Sweeney Todd. Terfel has starred in various operas worldwide, whilst Thompson is an acclaimed stage and screen star, with credits including Nanny McPhee, Love Actually and Much Ado About Nothing. Further cast members include Philip Quast as Judge Turpin, John Owen-Jones as Pirelli, Matthew Seadon-Young as Anthony, Katie Hall as Johanna, Jack North as Tobias, Alex Gaumond as Beadle Bamford and Rosalie Craig as Beggar Woman.
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street features a score packed full of well-known songs such as “The Worst Pies in London”, “A Little Priest” and “By the Sea”. Directed by Lonny Price (Merrily We Roll Along, A Class Act), Sweeney Todd is conducted by David Charles Abell. Following a hugely successful 2012 revival, starring Imelda Staunton and Michael Ball, the grizzly musical makes its way to London Coliseum for a strictly limited season beginning in March 2015.
Sorry this show closed 12 April 2015, we recommend these similar productions.