Follow the poignant story of Jamie and Cathy, as their turbulent five-year relationship ebbs and flows through heartfelt songs in The Last Five Years at the Vaudeville Theatre.
What is The Last Five Years about?
The story focuses on Jamie, a rising novelist who hit bullseye in his writing career, and Cathy, his partner and soon wife, who struggles to find her feet in her acting career.
Chart their five-year relationship as it experiences ups and downs in a uniquely structured musical, told from both perspectives: Jamie’s, from the beginning of their young love affair; and Cathy’s, from the end of their marriage.
This award-winning show features a touching repertoire composed by Jason Robert Brown, with hits including Still Hurting, Goodbye Until Tomorrow and I Can Do Better Than That.
Coming to London’s West End after a 10-year break, the limited run of this heart-tugging play is one you won’t want to miss.
How long is The Last Five Years?
The Last Five Years is approximately one hour and 30 minutes long, not including an interval.
Which theatre is The Last Five Years playing at?
The Last Five Years is playing at the Vaudeville Theatre, close to Charing Cross station.
How to get The Last Five Years tickets
Book tickets to The Last Five Years online.
|Adult Ticket||£24.60 to £73.19 per ticket|
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