The Simon and Garfunkel Story
The Simon and Garfunkel Story
Music lovers should head to the Lyric Theatre this holiday season to experience something truly special through The Simon and Garfunkel Story. After impressing audiences from all over the globe, the popular stage production is returning to London’s West End for a four-month-long run. Those interested in the play should book their tickets to the show before March 30, 2020.
Get ready for an emotional ride
The Simon and Garfunkel Story forces audience members to relive the major musical contributions from the folk-rock legends, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel. Apart from showcasing the real-life struggle for these musicians, the stage production relies on a time-capsule of sorts to tell its story.
You can begin to appreciate the legendary journeys through newsreels, film footage and adverts from the 1960s when the duo was at their prime. Audience members can also learn more about Simon and Garfunkel’s life before their breakthrough.
The entire production relies on a biographical but concert-like approach, making it unique in style and storytelling. Watch out for the brilliant brass orchestra that is likely to blow you away during the performance. The compelling real-life story of these two talented musicians will draw you in from the get-go.
Once in a lifetime opportunity
The stage production enjoyed sold-out shows across most major venues from Seattle to Sydney. The same is expected for its current London run. Book your tickets early, failing which you may miss the opportunity to catch this splendid play.
Charles Blyth depicts Art Garfunkel, while Sam O’Hanlon portrays Paul Simon. The production could not have asked for two more talented leads, as both Blyth and O’Hanlon impress majorly in their roles. The duo belts out some of the finest Simon and Garfunkel songs during the production.
Fans can easily identify popular compositions, such as ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’, ‘Mrs Robinson’, ‘Homeward Bound’, ‘Cecilia’ and ‘The Sound of Silence’. Each of these songs dominated the charts upon their release during the 1960s.
Booking and attendance information
Those looking forward to The Simon and Garfunkel Story should know that the production’s running time is 2 hours and 15 minutes, including an interval. The ticket booking starts on December 2 and closes on December 16, 2019. The musical plays on select Mondays at 7.30 pm.
While tickets would be available offline, those looking for convenient and hassle-free ticket purchases should book online. After purchase, open your email and verify the digital voucher for the said transaction. Save this voucher on your mobile device or take a print out. Showing this at the entry to the Lyric Theatre guarantees entry for the show. Ensure you carry a valid photo ID as well.
Guests should refrain from carrying outside food to the venue, as entry is strictly prohibited in such a case. You can instead, grab a meal from nearby restaurants after the show ends. Keep in mind that the venue tends to get chilly due to the air-conditioning, so carry warm clothing for protection.