Mrs Henderson Presents

Noël Coward Theatre |
Booking until 18th June 2016

Mrs Henderson Prsents

About The Show

Don't miss the 'joyous musical fun' (The Times) of MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS, the hilarious, five-star musical that the Daily Express is hailing as a 'triumph'. Based on the much loved film that starred Dame Judi Dench and Bob Hoskins, this 'unashamedly entertaining' (Daily Mail) new musical has been acclaimed by the Times as 'a winner'.

It’s London, 1937, and recently widowed eccentric, Laura Henderson, is looking for a way of spending her time and money. After acquiring and renovating the Windmill Theatre, she hires feisty impresario Vivian Van Damm to present a bill of non-stop variety acts. But as war looms something more is required to boost morale and box office... Mrs Henderson comes up with the idea of The Windmill Girls – glamorous young women posing as nude statues - and audiences flock!

With book and direction by the Tony Award-winning Terry Johnson (La Cage Aux Folles), choreography by Andrew Wright (Singin’ in the Rain, Guys and Dolls), lyrics by the multi-award-winning Don Black (Sunset Boulevard) and music by George Fenton and Simon Chamberlain, this extraordinary and heartwarming new production stars Olivier-winner Tracie Bennett (Les Misérables, End of the Rainbow, ITV’s Coronation Street), Olivier-nominated Ian Bartholomew (Into the Woods) and Olivier-nominated Emma Williams (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang).

MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS contains scenes of nudity.

★★★★★ 'Quite simply a triumph... Extraordinary' - Neil Norman, Daily Express

★★★★ 'Joyous musical fun... It's a winner!' - Anne Treneman, The Times

★★★★ 'I cannot imagine in what universe this musical is not going to be a hit' - Anne Treneman, The Times

★★★★ 'It's a celebration of a chapter of theatre history, of blitz spirit and an early demonstration of girl power' - Georgina Brown, The Mail on Sunday

'Grab yourself an eyeful of this brilliant new british musical' - Paul Phear, Smooth FM

★★★★★'Unashamedly entertaining! I have not emerged from a theatre feeling quite so cheerful for a long time' - Quentin Letts, Daily Mail

★★★★'It's as bright as a showgirl's sequin and patriotic as a jam sandwich' - Alice Hancock, The Independent

★★★★'A shot in the arm for the british musical' - Michael Billington, The Guardian