The Sunshine Boys
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The Sunshine Boys Tickets

  • Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner Danny DeVito makes his West End debut alongside Olivier and Tony award-winner Richard Griffiths, in a new production of Neil Simon's hilarious, yet moving play The Sunshine Boys.

    Kings of comedy, Willie Clark (Danny DeVito) and Al Lewis (Richard Griffiths) aka 'The Sunshine Boys' haven't spoken to each other in years. When CBS call for the vaudevillian greats to be re-united for a nostalgic History of Comedy, past grudges resurface as they take centre stage once more. Ageing ailments aside, can this legendary double-act overcome their differences for one last show?

    Old rivalry and vintage hilarity abound in this classic comedy of showbiz and friendship.

    Directed by Thea Sharrock, who last year won the Olivier Award for her production of After The Dance at The National Theatre, The Sunshine Boys is the theatrical event of the year.

  • Savoy Theatre

    Strand,
    London,
    WC2R 0ET

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  • ***** Sunday Telegraph

    ‘Theatrical Gold Dust’

    **** Daily Telegraph

    ‘A golden evening that is full of joy and sunshine. This pitch-perfect production shows Danny DeVito and Richard Griffiths at the top of their game’

    **** Guardian

    'Danny DeVito and Richard Griffiths raise the roof in The Sunshine Boys. Glowing performances. Joyous Revival’

    **** The Times

    ‘Hilarious. Danny DeVito dazzles. It is a privilege to see him owning one of our stages. Magic.

    **** Daily Mail

    ‘Danny DeVito is in a class of his own’

    **** Metro

    ‘Danny DeVito and Richard Griffiths make a wonderfully ill-matched couple’

    *** Daily Express

    ‘Brings some welcome sunshine into these cloudy times. Richard Griffiths is a treat to watch. Golden Comedy. A joy.’

    **** Evening Standard

    ‘Danny DeVito delivers something close to a masterclass in his West End debut. Watching DeVito on stage is a privilege.’