Bugsy Malone



Prohibition era, New York. A city full of mobsters, showgirls and dreamers. Rival gangster bosses Fat Sam and Dandy Dan are at loggerheads. The custard pies are flying and Dandy Dan’s gang has gotten the upper hand since obtaining the new-fangled “splurge” gun. Now, Fat Sam and his bumbling buffoons are in real trouble!

Enter Bugsy Malone, a penniless one-time boxer and all-round nice guy. All Bugsy really wants to do is spend time with his new love, Blousey, but will he be able to resist seductive songstress Tallulah and stay out of trouble long enough to help Fat Sam to defend his business…?

Alan Parker’s world-famous movie which launched the careers of Jodie Foster and Scott Baio, becomes a spectacular theatrical experience for the very first time on tour in this revival of the universally acclaimed Lyric Hammersmith Theatre production. Packed with instantly recognisable songs from Oscar winner Paul Williams including My Name is Tallulah, You Give a Little Love and Fat Sam’s Grand Slam, Bugsy Malone is a joyously uplifting masterclass of musical comedy!

Running Time: 2 hours (incl. interval).
Please note this performance contains strobe lighting and haze.



£42.50 – £10

£20 16-26 yrs and/or Students (with a free 16-26 & Student Membership), and Curve Connect
£20 Under 16s
£18 Under 18s school groups
£4 off for Groups 10+
£5 off for Groups 20+
15% off for Members

British Sign Language Interpreted: Thu 6 Oct, 7pm
BSL Interpreter: Theatresign – Laura Miller
At this performance, the interpreter will be positioned on the right of the stage.

Captioned: Fri 7 Oct, 7pm
Captioner: Stagetext – Sarah Easton

Audio Described & Touch Tour: Sun 9 Oct, 1.30pm with Touch Tour from 12 noon
Audio DescriberVocalEyes – Jonathan Nash and Jane Ensell

Listen to the pre-show audio notes for Bugsy Malone on our Soundcloud page.

For more information about our Access Performances, please click here.

*Discounts are subject to availability and may be removed at any time. Only valid on certain performances - terms and conditions apply.

Credits & Acknowledgments

Play by Alan Parker
Words and Music by Paul Williams

Production Photography by Johan Persson

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