Sunny Afternoon
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Sunny Afternoon

Sunny Afternoon Tickets

The Harold Pinter Theatre, London, SW1Y 4DN
4.8 out of 5, based on 1542 ratings and 1542 reviews.
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  • Winner of the 2015 Olivier Award for BEST NEW MUSICAL, with music and lyrics by Ray Davies (Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music), book by Joe Penhall and direction by Edward Hall, Sunny Afternoon depicts the rise to stardom of THE KINKS.
    Set against the back-drop of a Britain caught mid-swing between the conservative 50s and riotous 60s, this production explores the euphoric highs and agonising lows of one of Britain’s most iconic bands and the irresistible music that influenced generations.
    THE KINKS exploded onto the 60’s music scene with a raw, energetic new sound that rocked a nation. But how did that happen, where exactly did they come from and what happened next?
    This ‘Great British Musical’ (The Times) features many of the band’s hits, including: YOU REALLY GOT ME, WATERLOO SUNSET, DEDICATED FOLLOWER OF FASHION, ALL DAY AND ALL OF THE NIGHT, LOLA, SUNNY AFTERNOON and many more.
    At the Harold Pinter Theatre until Saturday 29 October 2016, book your Sunny Afternoon tickets today!
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    *PLEASE NOTE: This venue continues to make the safety and security of its customers and staff a priority. As such, please bear in mind that we may undertake bag checks, so recommend you leave extra time to avoid queues, and refrain from bringing suitcases, rucksacks and large bags into the theatre. Many thanks for your cooperation.


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  • The Harold Pinter Theatre

    Panton Street,
    London,
    SW1Y 4DN

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  • THE DAILY TELEGRAPH


    ‘A blazing triumph. I swear you'll get goosebumps.’

    FINANCIAL TIMES


    ‘Stormingly successful. I defy anyone to resist it.’

    DAILY MAIL


    ‘A belter! Funny, stylish, well-performed - it has everything The Kinks had.’

    MAIL ON SUNDAY


    ‘It gets you, rude and loud, right in the kidneys. And there's a spiky social comment you can groove to.’

    DAILY EXPRESS


    ‘Fresh and full of zingy, swinging sixties excitement.’

    EVENING STANDARD


    ‘Utterly joyous... A well respected man in the West End.’

    THE OBSERVER


    ‘A golden triumph.’