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Choir of Man

Arts Theatre

6-7 Great Newport Street, London WC2H7JB 020 7836 8463

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Booking until 30th July 2023.

It's a pub sing-a-long like no other. 9 guys deliver the favourite songs of Paul Simon, Sia, Adele and many more in foot-stomping style with tap and thoughts on community.

A working pub on stage, it's a party lock-in like no other.

The West End company features Conor Hanley – who has previously performed in The Choir of Man on the 2022 US tour, the Edinburgh Fringe, and Coventry City of Culture, marking his West End debut. Daniel Harnett - part of the original West End cast, and the company of the US tour. Michael Baxter (Les Misérables – 25th Anniversary tour, Gypsy – Wales Millennium Centre) as ‘The Maestro’, Levi Tyrell-Johnson (making his professional debut in The Choir of Man), as ‘The Hard Man’, Mark Irwin (The Choir of Man West End, Korea, Australia, The Commitments – Palace Theatre) as ‘The Barman’, Owen Bolton (also making his professional debut in The Choir of Man) as ‘The Beast’, Jordan Oliver (The Choir of Man West End, Netherlands, Australia and Korea, The Sound of Music – UK Tour) as ‘The Handyman’, Matt Beveridge (The Choir of Man West End, Australia, Netherland, Titanic – Princess of Wales Toronto) as ‘The Romantic’, Matt Nalton (Jersey Boys – Piccadilly Theatre, Beautiful – Aldwych Theatre) as ‘The Pub Bore’ and Matt Thorpe (Jersey Boys – Piccadilly Theatre & UK tour, We Will Rock You – Dominion) as ‘The Joker’. Completing the company are Sam Ebenezer (The Mousetrap – St Martin’s Theatre, Cinderella – Sunderland Empire), Gavin Ryan (West Side Story – Bord Gais Dublin, making his West End debut in The Choir of Man) and Lucas Koch (Million Dollar Quartet – Barn Theatre, also making his West End debut in The Choir of Man).


Not available. Professional reviewers are agreed that this is one of those "office party" shows, with appeal to those out as a group looking for a bit of fun.

It's a mixture of back story - each man in the pub has one - and good old-fashioned audience singing along interaction. One of those rare times in a theatre where it is not only permitted but encouraged, it seems.

What it lacks in structure and story is outweighed by the strength of the music. Though one reviewer found a urinal sequence tasteless (the monkey would probably agree) for the most part it is harmless 3 star fun in the majority opinion.


The monkey advises checking performance times on your tickets and that performances are happening as scheduled, before travelling.

Tuesday to Thursday at 7.30pm
Friday and Saturday at 3.30pm and 7.30pm
Sunday at 3.30pm

Runs 1 hour 20 minutes approximately, with no interval.

Theatres use "dynamic pricing." Seat prices change according to demand for a particular performance. Prices below were compiled as booking originally opened. Current prices are advised at time of enquiry.

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