Chicago the Musical needs little introduction. Everyone knows it is the story of a vampish murderess, the nightclub singer Roxie Hart, and her killer cellmate Velma Kelly, who, through a succession of skimpy outfits and stunning theatrical numbers, attempt to woo and sass their way off death row.
It has become the stuff of Broadway legend and is the longest running Broadway production running in the West End; clocking up thousands of performances in 15-year revival run which has seen a range of famous names in the lead roles and a 1998 Olivier Award for Outstanding Musical. The production running at the Garrick, recently featured Ugly Betty's America Ferrara as Roxie Hart.
The touring production is currently playing to packed houses up and down the land, itself with a familiar cast. Roxie is played by Ali Bastian, Eastenders' Stefan Booth is Billy Flynn, Coronation Street's Tupele Dorgu stars as Velma Kelly, and Bernie Nolan plays 'Mama' Morton, the matron of the Cook County Jail.
The tour continues in Ipswich tonight, before heading to York (from 16th April), Grimsby (from 11th June), Torquay (from 23rd July), Milton Keynes (from 10th September), Oxford (from 5th November) and more. The final dates announced so far are at the King's Theatre in Glasgow from 19th to 24th November 2012.
We have a wide selection of tickets available now, priced generally from around £15 to £38, dependent on venue. The West End production is now booking until January 2013, tickets priced £26 to £86.