The classic 80s film turned musical finally finds itself in London this April as the Southwark Playhouse provides the stage and Benji Sperring provides the direction.
The Toxic Avenger, turned into a stage musical by Joe DiPietro and David Bryan, will play at the South London venue until May and will provide audiences with the chance to see something that has already entertained fans on the other side of the Atlantic. Over there it has been seen on various stages since 2008 and positive reviews have followed it all the way.
The Toxic Avenger focuses on the superhero of the title, a former scientist who ends up in a tub of toxic waste, transforming him into a hero for New Jersey. So whilst he was originally hired to solve the problem of toxic waste in the area, he owes his powers to that very problem!
The musical features various songs across its runtime, with examples like Hot Toxic Love, Get The Geek, Who Will Save New Jesery? and You Tore My Heart Out, amongst others.
With these memorable musical numbers and a popular story that has already been told on the screen and on the stage on the other side of the Atlantic, The Toxic Avenger is certain to be a must-see at the Southwark Theatre in 2016.
The musical runs at the south London venue from Tuesday 26th April 2016 (previews from Friday 22nd April 2016).
|Booking From:||Monday, 16th May 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 21st May 2016|
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