Made In Dagenham To Close In West End

Made In Dagenham at the Adelphi Theatre
Made In Dagenham. Photo: Manuel Harlan

It has been announced that after only five months new musical Made In Dagenham will close in the West End on April 11.

The show, which stars Gemma Arterton, opened on 5 November at the Adelphi Theatre to mostly good notices but ticket sales did not follow.

“Brand new, British musicals are few and far between, particularly those that can make you laugh and move you in equal measure. Our writers, creative team and company have been particularly passionate about telling this true story of a remarkable event in our history with the wit, heart and creativity it deserves. They’ve achieved that and so much more.” said Rebecca Quigley of Stage Entertainment.

Made In Dagenham was direct by Rupert Goold, with a book by Richard Bean, lrics by Richard Thomas and music by David Arnold.

According to the show’s Facebook page producers are looking at possible UK tour options.

Read Stephen Collins’ review of Made In Dagenham.

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