Guys & Dolls
Overview of the production
The Bridge transforms for one of the greatest musicals of all time. It has more hit songs, more laughs and more romance than any show ever written.
The seating is wrapped around the action while the immersive tickets transport you to the streets of Manhattan and the bars of Havana in the unlikeliest of love stories.
Join us on Broadway for the explosion of joy that is Guys & Dolls.
"A theatrical extravaganza that explodes every which way"The Daily Telegraph ★★★★★
"Sheer theatrical bliss"The Times ★★★★★
"A thrillingly immersive new Guys & Dolls"Observer ★★★★★
"Blissful and exhilarating"Evening Standard ★★★★★
"There is nothing like this anywhere. Five stars and then some"Metro ★★★★★
"A game-changing immersive production. Simply astonishing"TimeOut ★★★★★
Monday – Saturday: 7.30pm
Thursday & Saturday: 2.30pm
2 hrs 50 mins, incl. 15 min interval
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a ticket holder aged 18+. Under 12s must have a seated ticket and will not be permitted in the standing area. Children under 5 cannot be admitted to the venue
Young Bridge Standing tickets
Young Bridge members can login to get 2 immersive standing tickets per performance at £19.50 each
Immersive standing tickets on Mon–Thurs performances at £19.50 each, with 1 free teacher for every 10 pupils. Thursday matinees from 7 September at £15 per pupil.
Not valid during school holidays
Groups of 10+
Stalls tickets at £69.50 and £95 reduced to £45. Gallery tickets at £69.50 and £95 reduced to £35. Immersive standing tickets reduced to £25. Valid Mon – Thurs evenings & matinees
Not valid on 23 October – 28 October, 18 December – 31 December & 12 February – 24 February
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Please note all offers are subject to availability
We are unable to guarantee the appearance of any cast member on any given date.
TRAINING Arts Educational Schools.
THEATRE includes White Christmas UK tour; Crazy for You at Chichester Festival; Bonnie and Clyde at Drury Lane; Anything Goes at the Barbican; Fame at the Peacock, Wembley Troubadour and UK and international tour; Oklahoma! on UK tour; Ragtime at Charing Cross; wonder.land at the National Theatre and Théâtre du Châtelet Paris; The Little Fir Tree at King’s Place; Alpha’s Christmas Ball at The Dorchester; The Wizard of Oz at the Sheffield Crucible; The Wedding Singer at Wembley Troubadour & UK tour; Singin’ in the Rain and Hairspray at the Gordon Craig; Bugsy Malone at Curve Leicester; White Christmas at West Yorkshire Playhouse; Kiss Me Kate at the Royal Albert Hall / BBC Proms; Unsung at the Orange Tree Richmond; Rags at the Lyric London; and Cinderella for UK Productions. He has also appeared in concert with Kerry Ellis live at the Palladium, and as a singer at the Olivier Awards.
TRAINING London Studio Centre, receiving the Sheila O’Neill Award for Excellence in Musical Theatre.
THEATRE includes Curtains – A Musical Comedy in the West End & UK/Ireland tour; Me and My Girl at Chichester; The Addams Family – A Musical Comedy in the UK/Ireland tour & Singapore; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang on UK/Ireland tour & West Yorkshire Playhouse; Cats in the West End revival & UK/Ireland tour; Oliver! in Sheffield Theatres; and The Boyfriend at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Credits in Training include: Footloose at Greenwich Theatre. Pantomimes include Sleeping Beauty at the Courtyard Theatre and Jack and the Beanstalk at the Grand Opera House, Belfast.
TELEVISION includes Sunday Night at the London Palladium & Tonight at the London Palladium on ITV.
FILM Olly (current working title).
TRAINING Laine Theatre Arts.
THEATRE includes Half a Sixpence at Kilworth House; and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs for Qdos.
FILM includes Wonka and Barbie.
TRAINING Lucia Marthas Dance Academy, Amsterdam.
THEATRE includes City of Angels, Waitress, Aladdin, Motown, Dirty Dancing and Wicked in the West End; Little Shop of Horrors at Storyhouse, Chester; Kiss Me Kate at the Crucible Sheffield; Sweet Charity at Nottingham Playhouse; Fela at the National Theatre and on Broadway; and Bubbling Brown Sugar, Cats, The Lion King and Saturday Night Fever with Stage Entertainment Netherlands.
FILM Snow White.
TRAINING Laine Theatre Arts.
THEATRE includes Cages at Riverside Studios; Top Hat at the Mill at Sonning; Carousel at the Open Air, Regent’s Park; The Boy Friend at the Menier Chocolate Factory; original London cast of Hamilton at the Victoria Palace; Billy Elliot on national tour; and Cats at Blackpool Opera House and London Palladium.
FILM includes the forthcoming Wicked and live-action Snow White.
TELEVISION includes Hannah Waddingham: Home For Christmas and The Platinum Party at the Palace.
THEATRE includes The Rocky Horror Show on European tour; NHS: The Musical at Theatre Royal, Plymouth; St Ann Comes Home at St Paul’s Covent Garden; The Pirate Queen at the Coliseum; The Light in the Piazza at the Royal Festival Hall, Los Angeles Opera and Chicago Lyric Opera; Cats international tour; and 21 Chump Street European premiere.
In 2016, Cornelius Clarke played Harry the Horse in Guys & Dolls at the Savoy and Phoenix Theatres.
Other THEATRE includes Anything Goes at the Barbican and on UK tour; The Soldier’s Tale at the Turner Sims; The Beaux’ Stratagem and Juno and the Paycock at the National Theatre; Two Gentlemen of Verona and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Regent’s Park Open Air; My Fair Lady at the Kilworth; The Crucible at Richmond and on UK tour; Beauty and the Beast at the Radlett; Funny Girl at the Minerva, Chichester, The Hobbit at the Queen’s and on UK tour; Cinderella at Greenwich; As You Like It at Arundel Castle; Around the World in 80 Days at Richmond; and Peter Pan at the Eden Court, Inverness.
FILM includes The Laura Marlin Mysteries: Dead Man’s Cove, 13 Hrs, Holy Water, and All the Pain in The World.
TELEVISION includes Anansi Boys, Holby City, The Joy of Text and Anything’s Possible: Morwenna Banks.
TRAINING The Urdang Academy.
THEATRE includes Wicked in Hamburg; and Legally Blonde (as Brooke Wyndham) at the Urdang Academy.
TRAINING The Urdang Academy.
THEATRE includes Australian tour of Wannabe! (as Dance Captain); Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella and Thriller Live! (final cast) in the West End; thirtieth anniversary UK and European tour of Fame! (covering Tyrone); and Jack and the Beanstalk at the Shaw (as Co-choreographer and Dance Captain).
TELEVISION includes Children in Need and Channel 4 Presents The Blair Witch Project.
Leslie Garcia Bowman
TRAINING Laine Theatre Arts.
THEATRE includes Hamilton (original cast) at the Victoria Palace; South Pacific at Chichester and Sadler’s Wells; West Side Story at the Royal Exchange Manchester; Children of Eden Thirtieth Anniversary Concert at Cadogan Hall; But I’m a Cheerleader at The Turbine; Thriller! Live in the West End; and Assistant Choreographer on The Wiz at Hope Mill.
TELEVISION includes Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway on ITV, and Hamilton at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
FILM includes High Strung: Free Dance.
THEATRE includes Follies in Tangier; On Your Feet! at Curve Leicester, London Coliseum and national tour; An Officer and a Gentleman at Curve and national tour; Annie and Mamma Mia! in the West End; and Grease in Dubai.
THEATRE includes Nativity the Musical at Birmingham Rep; Billy Elliot at Curve Leicester; Everybody’s Talking About Jamie on UK tour and in Los Angeles; Fame on UK tour; Aladdin, a Rock’n Roll Pantomime (as Widow Twankey) at the New Wolsey, Ipswich; Europe, High Society and People at Pitochry Festival; Five Guys Named Moe at the Underbelly, Edinburgh; Big Jule in Guys and Dolls on UK tour and in the West End; The Life for the English Theatre Frankfurt; I Will Be Everything for New International Encounter; Equus at Chesterfield Pomegranate; A Christmas Carol and The Boxed Romeo and Juliet for Box Clever; and The Brontës of Dunwich Heath…and Cliff (as Mrs Rochester) for Eastern Angles.
TRAINING Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
THEATRE includes The Caretaker at the Old Vic; The Red Lion at the National Theatre; Mojo at the Harold Pinter; The Same Deep Water as Me, Trelawny of the Wells and Moonlight at the Donmar Warehouse; Hero, Scarborough, Motortown, The Winterling, Ladybird, Just a Bloke and The One With the Oven at the Royal Court; M.A.D. at the Bush; and Blackrock at the Young Vic.
TELEVISION includes Magpie Murders, Inside No. 9, Maryland, Doctor Who, The Interrogation of Tony Martin, The Kemps: All True, White Lines, Des, Code 404, Temple, Good Omens, Porters, Mother’s Day, Urban Myths, Guerrilla, Born to Kill, Against the Law, Line of Duty, The Great Fire (as Samuel Pepys), Common, Nightshift, Our Story: The Great War, Mrs Biggs, Public Enemies, Treasure Island, Outcasts, Ashes to Ashes, Hustle, The Street, Consuming Passion, Plus One, White Girl, Half Broken Things, Saddam’s Tribe, Consent, Funland, Class of 76, Top Buzzer, Beneath the Skin, Rehab, Keen Eddie, Bodily Harm, NCS, Dead Casual, In Deep, EastEnders, Red Riding, Great News, Tipping the Velvet, The Bill, and Manchild.
FILM includes Your Christmas or Mine?, Swimming with Men, Dad’s Army, Frankenstein, Welcome to the Punch, Byzantium, Tintin, Made in Dagenham, Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, The Firm, Mr Nobody, Red Riding 1975 & 1983, Hippie Hippie Shake, Shifty, The Bank Job, Atonement, A Good Year, Middletown, Setret Life of Words, Vera Drake, The Best Man, All or Nothing, Pearl Harbour, 1917, Fisherman’s Friends, Two for Joy, My Dinner with Herve, Rogue One, The Limehouse Golem, and The Infiltrator.
TRAINING The Ritz Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane, and Queensland Ballet Professional Year.
THEATRE includes Mary Poppins in the West End; The Sound of Music in Estonia; Anything Goes at the Barbican; White Christmas in the West End and at Curve Leicester; Cats at Kilworth House; Guys and Dolls at Théâtre Marigny, Paris; Flashdance on UK tour; Chess at the London Coliseum; Johann Strauss Gala on UK tour; Cats on international tour; and as a dancer for Royal Carribean, Norwegian and Princess Cruises, with Expressions Dance Company, in the corps de ballet with Queensland Ballet; and with the Paris Opera Ballet on its 2009 Australian tour.
THEATRE includes Back to the Future, Songs for a New World, Chess, A Christmas Carol and Motown the Musical in the West End; also in London, Jesus Christ Superstar, The View Upstairs and 1 Champ Street. His work on Broadway includes After Midnight and The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess. His work in US regional theatre includes Dallas Theatre Center, Zach Theater, American Repertory Theater, Signature Theatre and Milwaukee Repertory.
TELEVISION includes Friday Night Lights, Chase and The Good Guys. He was also a semi-finalist on the 2019 series of The Voice UK.
Guildford School of Acting and Performance Preparation Academy.
THEATRE includes Oliver! at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Verity in Verity! at the Edinburgh Fringe; Dance Captain in Aladdin at the Harlequin Theatre and No Limits at the Turbine Theatre.
TRAINING Arts Educational Schools.
THEATRE includes Anything Goes at the Barbican and on tour; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Palladium; The Taming of the Shrew at the Barn; Motown the Musical on UK tour; Young Frankenstein in the West End; Grease at Curve Leicester; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at West Yorkshire Playhouse and on tour; Oklahoma! UK tour; Blood Brothers UK tour; and Evita UK tour.
WORKSHOPS include Musical Revival for Boublil and Schonberg for the Bristol Old Vic.
FILM includes Wonka and Steve McQueen’s new film for Apple.
THEATRE Anthony O’Donnell’s extensive work includes Under Milk Wood, The Captain of Köpenick, The London Cuckolds, Ghetto, The Miser and The Shaughraun at the National Theatre; The Witch of Edmonton, Our Friends In The North, Measure for Measure, and A New Way To Pay Old Debts for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Glengarry Glen Ross, Twelfth Night and Uncle Vanya at the Donmar and in New York; King Lear, Ivanov and The Homecoming at the Almeida; As You Like It and The Tempest for The Bridge Project at the Old Vic, in New York and on world tour; and The Weir, 1984, Kiss Me Kate and The Ruling Class in the West End.
TELEVISION includes A Very English Scandal, The Crown, The Tuckers, Stella, Gavin and Stacey, and Nuts in May.
FILM includes Dream Horse, Skyfall, Vera Drake, Robin Hood and Santa Claus The Movie.
THEATRE includes Hex and Oh What a Lovely War for the National Theatre; Brighton Rock at the Almeida; A Model Girl at Greenwich; Alice in Wonderland at Birmingham Rep and West Yorkshire Playhouse; South Pacific at Sheffield Crucible and Salad Days at the Octagon Yeovil. In the West End: Back to the Future, The Phantom of the Opera, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Peter Pan, The Pirates of Penzance, Starlight Express, La Cava, Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens and Elvis.
TELEVISION & FILM include Harry Hill’s Tea Time, Death of England, Face to Face, Britain’s Got Talent, Love in the Supermarkets, Gigglebiz, The Muppets Most Wanted and The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall.
COMEDY He has performed stand-up at venues including The Comedy Store, Leicester Square Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East; was a Best New Comedian finalist at the 2013 Golden Jester Comedy Awards and voted ‘One to Watch’ by comedy website Jokepit.
SCREENWRITING He is the recipient of over 50 Indie Film Awards. His latest screenplay, My Week with Maisy, is due to be released in 2023.
TRAINING Bird College
THEATRE includes: In the West End, Matilda, Guys and Dolls, Sinatra & McQueen; UK Tours of White Christmas, Hairspray & Seven Brides For Seven Brothers; We Will Rock You International Arena Tour.
FILM includes: Mary Poppins Returns
THEATRE includes, in the West End, One Woman Show, Matilda (for the RSC), Man of La Mancha, The Wind in the WiIlows, Showboat, Evita, Billy Elliot and Lend Me A Tenor. Other theatre includes
Me and My Girl at Chichester; The Sorcerer’s Apprentice at Southwark Playhouse; Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at Regent’s Park Open Air; Hairspray at Curve Leicester; Celtic Journey at the Churchill Bromley; and Stars Falling at the Key. Also, tours of South Pacific, Evita, Fat Friends the Musical, Anything Goes, and Spirit of the Dance.
WORKSHOPS include Great Expectations at the National Theatre and Groundhog Day at the Old Vic.
TELEVISION & FILM Matilda, Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Miranda, In with the Flynns, My Family and Reggie Perrin.
TRAINING Fontys Conservatoire in The Netherlands.
THEATRE After appearing in Howard Goodall’s Love Story in the Netherlands, Celinde Schoenmaker made her West End debut as Fantine in Les Misérables, later playing Christine in The Phantom of the Opera for two years, including the 30th anniversary performance. Other theatre includes The Light in the Piazza in London and Los Angeles; and the two-hander Marry Me A Little.
TELEVISION includes Our House, The Red Light and The Matriarch.
FILM includes Rocket Man and The Modelizer.
TRAINING Mountview Academy.
THEATRE includes South Pacific at Sadler’s Wells; Back to the Future, Matilda, Urinetown, Singin’ in the Rain and Wicked in the West End; A Chorus Line at Curve Leicester; Glinda in The Wizard of Oz at the Winter Gardens; Me and My Girl at Chichester Festival; Cats on international tour; Pipe Dream at the Union; Jack and the Beanstalk at Norwich Theatre Royal; and The Rocky Horrow Show, Fame, Footloose and Cats on UK tour.
THEATRE includes A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest and As You Like It at Shakespeare’s Globe, where she is also an Educational Practitioner and Storyteller; Les Misérables: The Staged Concert, I Can’t Sing and Mamma Mia! in the West End; Chicago on national tour; Hay Fever, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Cinderella, the Midnight Princess at the Rose Kingston; A Chorus of Disapproval at the Wolsey Ipswich; Bedroom Farce at the Stephen Joseph, Scarborough; The Music Man and Pickwick at Chichester Festival; Guys and Dolls, A Winter’s Tale, Mother Clap’s Molly House and Twelfth Night at the National Theatre; Cinderella and Aladdin at Salisbury Playhouse; David Copperfield at County Hall; Teachers at the Redgrave Farnham; and Blithe Spirit, Macbeth, The Barber of Seville and The Hostage at Harrogate Rep.
TELEVISION includes Casualty, London’s Burning, WPC 56, The Matt Lucas Awards, Pompidou and Les Misérables the Staged Concert.
FILM includes Les Misérables and Satisfaction Guaranteed (short),
RADIO & AUDIO includes Cunch, Twice Brightly, Blake’s Seven, Kisses on a Postcard, Spirit Rangers and Baby Fever.
THEATRE includes The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe at The Bridge; Moulin Rouge and Strictly Ballroom the Musical in the West End; Hairspray at the Coliseum; Dick Whittington at the National Theatre; Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park; CTC – Identity at the Turbine; Jesus Christ Superstar at the Barbican; and Cinderella and Peter Pan at the Marlowe, Canterbury.
FILM includes Greatest Days.
TRAINING Arts Educational Schools.
THEATRE includes Frozen in the West End; and Let’s Face the Music.
TRAINING East Carolina University.
THEATRE includes Dreamgirls, Aladdin, Something Rotten, Waitress and Hairspray (as Motormouth Mabelle) in the West End; and recently Oklahoma! (as Ado Annie) at the Young Vic (nominated for Evening Standard, What’s On Stage and Olivier Awards).
TELEVISION includes Feel Good, Almost Never, and performances on This Morning, Strictly Come Dancing, Lorraine, The Royal Variety Performance and the Festival of Remembrance.
ALBUMS & TOURING Tomorrow (the single, released in the pandemic to raise funds for out-of-work performers, topped the charts and she toured the UK and US with the album). In 2022 she toured with Simply Red, Michael Ball & Alfie Boe, and Lisa Stansfield.
TRAINING Laine Theatre Arts
THEATRE includes 9 to 5: The Musical, Mamma Mia! and Wicked in the West End; Eugenius at the Other Palace; We Will Rock You on international tour; and Sleeping Beauty at Devonshire Park.
TRAINING Performers’ College.
THEATRE includes West Side Story at Curve Leicester; Strictly Ballroom: The Musical in the West End; Cinderella at Hackney Empire; Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park; Bugsy Malone at the Lyric Hammersmith; and Starlight Express and Cinderella on UK tour.
Dale White was Associate Director for Grease: The Musical in the West End, and Associate Choreographer for What’s New Pussycat.
Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows
Arlene Phillips with James Cousins
Charlotte Sutton CDG
Theatre includes A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Young Marx and Julius Caesar at The Bridge; The Tragedy of Macbeth at the Almeida; Small Island, Salome, The Plough and the Stars, Othello, As You Like It, Our Country’s Good, Rules For Living, Hotel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (also West End), The Comedy of Errors, One Man, Two Guvnors (also West End, Broadway & world tour), Frankenstein, Season’s Greetings, Hamlet, Women Beware Women and War Horse (also West End) for the National Theatre.
Other stage work includes Venice Preserved, Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Two Noble Kinsmen, Hamlet, Titus Andronicus, King Lear, Love’s Sacrifice and Dr Faustus for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Get Up Stand Up, The Windsors: Endgame, Sweat, The Lieutenant of Innishmore, Tina – The Musical, King Lear, Noises Off, Hand to God and From Here to Eternity in the West End; King Lear and Black Comedy at Chichester Festival Theatre; The Last Goodbye at The Old Globe, San Diego, California; Cyrano de Bergerac, The Maids, Macbeth, Richard III, East Is East, The Ruling Class, The Hothouse, and The Pride for Jamie Lloyd Company; The Merchant of Venice, Antony and Cleopatra, Dr Faustus and Henry V at Shakespeare’s Globe; Liberian Girl at the Royal Court; Urinetown The Musical at St James Theatre and West End; Don Giovanni at the ROH; Henry IV and Julius Caesar at the Donmar Warehouse and St Ann’s Warehouse NYC; Noises Off (and West End); The Duchess of Malfi and Sweet Bird of Youth at the Old Vic; Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, Peter Pan, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Porgy and Bess and Lord of the Flies at Regent’s Park; Disgraced at the Bush; Bugsy Malone, Saved, Blasted and Herons at the Lyric, Hammersmith; and many productions for major regional theatres.
Television includes My Policeman and regular fight direction on Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks. She also choreographed the fights for Coronation Street Live 2015.
Campbell Young Associates
Current productions include My Neighbour Totoro for the RSC; The Car Man at the Royal Albert Hall; The Southbury Child, John Gabriel Borkman, Straight Line Crazy and Guys and Dolls at The Bridge Theatre; Sleeping Beauty for Matthew Bourne’s UK tour; Peaky Blinders for Rambert’s UK Tour and Tammy Faye Musical at The Almeida.
In the last twenty years Lily Mollgaard has worked on over 270 shows in the West End, on Broadway and beyond. She spent 10 years running the props department at Shakespeare’s Globe and 15 years as Prop Supervisor for Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures which included The Car Man, Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and The Red Shoes.
THEATRE includes A Number, Beat The Devil, Talking Heads, Bach and Sons, The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage, Julius Caesar, Night Fall and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Bridge; Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre; Jesus Christ Superstar for UK tour and Broadway; Sunset Boulevard and Bombay Dreams at the Apollo Victoria Theatre and on Broadway; Joseph and Made in Dagenham at the Adelphi Theatre; The Producers, Oliver! and Shrek at Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Miss Saigon at the Prince Edward Theatre; Spamalot at the Playhouse Theatre; Sister Act at the London Palladium; Hairspray at the Shaftsbury Theatre; School of Rock at the Gillian Lynne Theatre; The Wild Duck at the Almeida; Company at the Gielgud Theatre; The Pinter Season (One, Two, Five and Six) at the Harold Pinter Theatre for the Jamie Lloyd Company; Red Shoes, Nutcracker and Midnight Bell for Matthew Bourne; Evita at Regent’s Park; Blithe Spirit at Theatre Royal Bath; Cyrano de Bergerac for the Jamie Lloyd Company; Leopoldstadt for Sonia Friedman Productions; Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre and 9 to 5 at the Savoy Theatre.