‘And all around them, the night comes alive with the music of Havana…’
It’s 1958 and Havana is on the brink of revolution. All day and night, the streets are filled with dancing and the shadows are filled with criminals. In the midst of the warm tropical air, an English vacuum cleaner salesman lives a quiet life running a modest business, raising his teenage daughter Milly and collecting miniature whisky bottles.
Just as Milly’s love of shopping reaches new heights, James Wormold receives an offer from the British Secret Intelligence Service that is too good to refuse. What Wormold lacks in sleuthing experience, he makes up for with imagination. Nothing stays quiet for long in Havana and his life is soon turned upside down when the fictional events of his intelligence reports start to come true!
A roller coaster comedy full of colourful characters and uplifting Cuban inspired songs, this new musical is based on Graham Greene’s iconic novel that cleverly satirises the fine line between truth and lies.
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We understand that some audience members may feel more comfortable attending a performance with more space between themselves and other audience members, so we are pleased to offer socially distanced performances for OUR MAN IN HAVANA
. Audience members will be required to wear a face covering (unless exempt) when attending a socially distanced performance.
Dates and times:
Saturday 16 April at 2.30pm
Thursday 21 April at 2.30pm
Thursday 5 May at 7.30pm
Audio Described performance
Saturday 21 May at 2.30pm (Touch Tour starts at 1pm)
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Ben Morales Frost and Richard HoughDesign by
Kat Heath Movement / Choreography by
Andrea Palaez Lighting design by
Robbie Butler Sound design by
Musical Director Eliane Correa
Audio Description Jenny Stewart-Cosgrove