- Ticket to Top Hat the Musical at Aldwych Theatre in London’s West End
- Enjoy this theater adaptation of the original 1935 movie starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers!
- Listen to Irving Berlin’s greatest hits, such as ‘Let’s Face the Music and Dance,’ ‘Cheek to Cheek,’ ‘Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails’ and more
- Choose from two seating options to suit your budget
- Optional pre-theatre dinner at Salieri Restaurant
What You Can Expect
The original screenplay, written by Alan Scott and Dwight Taylor, was turned into a film and has now been adapted into a stage musical. With a stellar cast including Summer Strallen as Dale, Tom Chambers as Jerry and Martin Ball as Horace, this amazing performance is accompanied by Irving Berlin’s greatest hits, such as ‘Let’s Face the Music and Dance,’ ‘Cheek to Cheek’ and ‘Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails.’
Top Hat the Musical is an upbeat, glorious celebration of 1930s song and dance, featuring spectacular sets, more than 200 costumes and a love story that will keep you on the edge of your seat!
Make the most of this memorable evening and enjoy a 2-course pre-show dinner at Salieri Restaurant. This well-known restaurant, situated close to the theater, Salieri Restaurant combines classic British cuisine with a compelling interior featuring puppets, mirrors, masks and theatrical memorabilia. A sample menu can be viewed in the Itinerary section below.
* Crayfish Cocktail
* Smoked Salmon & Horseradish Toasts
* Warm Leek and Gorgonzola Tart
* Braised Shank of Lamb with Potato Puree & Gravy
* Poached Scottish Salmon with Champagne & Caviar Sauce
* Aged Sirloin Steak with Wild Mushrooms and Red Wine Sauce
* White Chocolate Parfait
* Homemade Tiramisu
* Panna Cotta
This is a Golden Oldie. Written by Irving Berlin n the 1930's and performed originally by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in the Forties. A great stage adaptation with wonderful music and dancing and a very accomplished cast. Just pure entertainment. A real delight for anyone who enjoys tap dancing.I would highly recommend this one.
Very good show. Great acting and music. Old theatre so seats do not give leg room to anyone over 6'.