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EVITA Transfers to the Barbican 23

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Following our sell-out production of Evita this summer, we are excited to announce that the Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will transfer to the Barbican for 8 weeks from June 2020.

Reinvented by director Jamie Lloyd, his transformative production was seen by over 75,000 people, becoming our highest grossing show ever.

“Forget everything you know about ‘Evita’: this one properly rocks” Time Out

“Revelatory” Daily Telegraph

“Thrilling…sexy, full-bloodied and furious” Metro

“Muscular, expressive and explosive” Evening Standard

Jamie Lloyd is joined by the full Creative Team from the Regent’s Park production. Casting information will be announced in due course.

Tickets from £18.50


 For Evita, Members get £10-off Band A-C tickets*

Booking details will be sent out directly to Members; find out more about becoming an Open Air Theatre member.

If you are 18 – 25 find out more about becoming a BREEZE member to access tickets for £10.

* max 6 tickets per Member; excludes Saturday night after previews.


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