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Venue Information
Charing Cross Theatre

Charing Cross Theatre
The Arches, Villiers Street

Seating Plan


(1 min) The theatre is under Charing Cross station; it can be accessed at Cravens Passage just off Villiers Street

Yank! A World War II Love Story

Take a trip back to the early 1940s as the popular musical Yank! makes its way to the Charing Cross Theatre in central London. Here James Baker directs a poignant and emotional story set during the Second World War.

David Zellnik and Joseph Zellnik’s show tells the story of Stu, whose war efforts include working as a photographer for Yank Magazine, with the story dealing with romance and more philosophical questions as themes emerge surrounding sexuality and trying to prove oneself. Framing all of this is the story of a man in the present day who happens upon Stu’s diary in San Francisco.

The story has been a popular one since it was first told in 2005 and it makes it to the capital under the direction of the experienced James Baker, who has previously helmed touring shows like Look Upon These Words and numerous other productions in Manchester (where this production was previously seen earlier in 2017). His other credits include All Because Of Molly on tour and The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice.

So as he tackles Yank! expect a gripping and thrilling musical that will stay in the mind long after the final curtain call. The production runs at the Charing Cross Theatre from Monday 10th July 2017 (previews from Monday 3rd July 2017).

Show Information
Booking From: Monday, 3rd July 2017
Booking Until: Saturday, 19th August 2017
Show Status: This production is closed
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