Exciting new shows coming to Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre
The critically acclaimed production of Fame the Musical has sadly ended. The daily dose of 80’s fashion and fluffy leg warmers has left Wembley Park BUT, there are some equally amazing shows on the horizon.
With world-premieres and rom com classics, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre’s latest shows are unmissable toe-tappers.
The Wedding Singer
30 January – 1 March
Fame may have left the building, but the 80’s haven’t. Based on the Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore Hollywood blockbuster, The Wedding Singer takes us right back to 1985 when the hair is huge, the clothes are sensational, and rock-star wannabe Robbie Hart is New Jersey’s favorite wedding singer.
When his fiancée leaves him at the altar, a seriously bummed out Robbie ends up making every wedding as disastrous as his own. When sweet-natured Julia hires Robbie for her own wedding, Robbie quickly realises his feelings for Julia and decides to win her over before she walks down the aisle herself.
Starring Strictly Come Dancing’s multi-talented Kevin Clifton.
Sleepless: A Musical Romance
24 March – 3 May
Tickets from £20
Don’t miss the world-premiere of Sleepless: A Musical Romance. Based on the original screenplay, Sleepless in Seattle, the charming rom com features a sparkling jazz-inspired score.
After the death of his beloved mother, eight-year-old Jonah phones a Seattle radio show to get his dad, Sam, to talk about their heart-breaking loss live on air. Capturing hearts across the Nation, nearly 3000 miles away, journalist Annie finds herself thinking Sam may be more than just a good news story.
But how will Annie know if he’s the one if they have never met? Seems like something only a last-minute dash to the top of the Empire State building can prove.
Don’t forgot to check out Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre’s stylish new restaurant, Studio 5ive. With an ideal location and a delicious pre and post theatre menu, it’s perfect for a special occasion or a quick main before the big show. Find out more here.