Tues-Sat 7:30pm; Fri-Sun 3:30pm


One hour and 20 minutes, no interval




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The Arts Theatre

+44 (0)20 7836 8463


Prepare to be swept away by the mesmerising musical production Choir of Man coming to the Arts Theatre for a strictly limited run. Combining stunning vocal performances and breath-taking choreography including tap dancing, Choir Of Man offers a unique and unforgettable theatrical experience.

As the lights dim and the first notes resound, get ready to embark on a journey filled with joy, laughter, and a celebration of friendship.

What is Choir of Man about?

The cast of The Choir of Man is performing on stage with some musicians are playing on the bar counter with one of the actors jumping in the air.

Come down to the pub with your mates for a pint and join a party like no other. Featuring tunes by your favourite singers including global superstars such as Adele and Avicii to old jukebox classics by Queen and Guns’N’Roses. Through a carefully curated selection of songs, travel across decades, from old school rock’n’roll to today’s best pop songs.

Set within the walls of a local pub, The Jungle, Choir Of Man tells the story of a group of people finding refuge and purpose through the power of music. The show brings together a series of chart-topping hits, timeless classics, and original compositions, making it a musical experience to be enjoyed by all.

The cast of the musical The Choir of Man stand on stage at the Arts Theatre, transformed into an English pub for the occasion, and wave to the public.

Join a community of talented artists including awe-inspiring singers and sensational tap dancers that make this feel-good sing-along West End performance a night to remember. Connect with the characters' personal journey as the show explores themes of love, friendship, loss, and how music can bring resilience and joy into the mix.

The bar is a central element of the show, where the guys come together to share their stories, find solace, and discover their voices through music. Feel free to grab a pint on stage before the show starts, getting to know the cast. 

Come prepared to raise your voice, clink glasses, and be swept away by the infectious energy of this unique show!   

How to get tickets?

Book  tickets to see Choir of Man with Visit London. View a seating plan to pick where to sit and watch this feel good musical. Ticket prices can be seen when viewing the seating map.

A group of men finds themselves in a pub, with some arm wrestling at the centre stage, other cast mates holding pints of beer and playing musical instruments.

How long is the show?

The musical lasts one hour and 20 minutes with no intervals.

When are the evening performances taking place?

Choir of Man is showing from Tuesdays to Saturdays at 7:30 pm.

Are there any matinees? 

Matinee performances are scheduled Friday to Sunday at 3:30pm.

Where is the show taking place?

Choir of Man is performing at the Arts Theatre, located on Great Newport Street. 

How to get there:

  • Underground - Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly lines) and Covent Garden (Piccadilly line) are the closestube stations, each within walking distance.
  • Bus - Several bus lines stop at Cambridge Circus (24, 29, 176, N5, N29, N41 and N279).
  • Cycling - Rent a Santander bike and head to Moor Street in Soho where you will find a docking station. The theatre is just a five minutes walk away.

What age is the musical suitable for?

The show is recommended for anyone aged six and above

How different is this musical from others on the West End?

The cast of The Choir of Man is standing on the stage turned into a pub, and are raising their hands in the air.

Choir of a Man has a working pub on stage where you can order a pint before the show and hang out with some of the cast. The pub opens its doors one hour before the performance starts, giving you enough time to grab a drink.

Unlike any other London theatre show you are encouraged to sing along and taking photos and short videos (without flash) are allowed.

What other shows can I see in London?

See the one-of-a-kind musical where the audience has a hand in creating the storyline at Showstopper The Musical at the Cambridge Theatre. Or try to keep up at The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre as you witness the cast in the midst of turmoil where the occasional prop is prone to flying off the stage.


Adult Ticket From £18.45 per ticket