Art Isn’t Easy: Putting It Together Debuts In London (Photos)

Putting It Together, the musical revue featuring the many works of Stephen Sondheim, first came to the stage in New York City over 20 years ago produced by Cameron Mackintosh. The production was led by the talented and iconic Julie Andrews on Broadway. Fast forward to 2014, Putting It Together is making its theatrical debut in London. Featuring songs from Sweeney Todd, Company, Follies, Into the Woods, Merrily We Roll Along and many more, this musical revue is one not like others. This musical revue has a plot line linking the many songs of Sondheim all together into one story as we examine couples and their modern-day relationships. Starring David Bedella, Daniel Crossley, Janie Dee, Damian Humbley and Caroline Sheen, Putting It Together is now officially in performances at London’s St. James Theatre! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you a first look at the brand new production of Putting It Together now playing in London!


Putting It Together transferred to London’s St. James Theatre for a strict three-week limited engagement only following a sold out run in Guildford. The production is directed by Alastair Knights, features choreography by Matthew Rowland with musical supervision by Alex Parker and Theo Jamieson as musical director. Don’t miss your chance to experience this Sondheim revue making its U.K. premiere in London! For more information, visit Putting It Together’s Official Website. Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know and so much more!

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