The Hurly Burly Show - Duchess Theatre

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Venue Information
Duchess Theatre

Duchess Theatre
3-5 Catherine Street

Seating Plan


(5mins) Go right on Long Acre; turn right into Bow Street and after 100 metres turn left (Russell Street) then immediately right onto Catherine Street, where the theatre is located 100 metres down.

The Hurly Burly Show

Those with theatre tickets to the Garrick Theatre in 2011 may have been fortunate enough to have been witnessing the exploits of Miss Polly Rae and the consort of burlesque entertainers that make up “The Hurly Burly Show”. It was a unique addition to the London theatre landscape and featured a host of top burlesque performers as part of its team, proving to be a considerable success in the process. In fact it was enough of a success for the show to make a triumphant return this year as the Duchess Theatre welcomes “The Hurly Burly Show” once again, this time for a run from July 2012.

Miss Polly Rae is a singer and dancer who has been seen in London on numerous occasions ever since she set her sights on burlesque back in 2006. Before that she had worked in an industry far removed from that and she later decided to give burlesque a try, emerging with her stage act as Miss Polly Rae soon afterwards, beginning with a show at the Soho Revue Bar and progressing to “Miss Polly Rae: The All New Hurly Burly Show”. Her efforts have paid off with various awards and performances as part of some prestigious shows. The production also previously appeared at the Leicester Square Theatre in 2009.

But Miss Polly Rae is not the only performer that appears as part of “The Hurly Burly Show” and on previous performances she has been joined by a team that was made up of Miss Rosey Cheeks, Liverty Sweet, Ooh La Lou, Betsie Bon Bon, Felicity Splits, Miss Laurie Hagen and Lady Katy. The production is then directed by William Baker, who previously brought “Rent” to the West End and has worked with an array of well known performers, from Tori Amos to Britney Spears, as a fashion designer.

The show lands at the West End venue two months after “Written on the Heart” completed its run back in May, whilst “Our Boys” is set to follow it later in the year. “The Hurly Burly Show” can be witnessed by those with theatre tickets from Monday 2nd July 2012 to Saturday 22nd September 2012.

Show Information
Booking From: Monday, 2nd July 2012
Booking Until: Saturday, 22nd September 2012
Matinees: Friday and Saturday 6.30pm
Evenings: Monday to Thursday 8pm and Friday and Saturday 9pm
Show Status: production_closed
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