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Running Time: 2 hours 25 minutes
Venue: Gielgud Theatre (Book a nearby hotel)
Venue Directions: Take the Bakerloo or Piccadilly line to Piccadilly Circus station and exit onto Shaftesbury Avenue. The theatre is approximately 5 minutes walk.
Seating Plan: Gielgud Theatre

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About Hair

The show was first staged in London over 40 years ago; opening one day after theatre censorship was abolished in September 1968. Before then the shows scenes of nudity, drug taking, blasphemous and sexually explicit language would have meant the show could not have gone ahead. Hair ran for nearly 2,000 performances and although popular, was forced to close early due to the collapse of the Shaftesbury Theatre ceiling in 1973.

The 1967 rock musical by James Rado and Gerome Ragni's centres on a group of hippies who promote peace, love and freedom against the backdrop of the Vietnam war during the 1960s. The story is set to Galt MacDermot’s score which features the famous songs Aquarius, Good Morning Starshine and Let The Sunshine In, as well as the title track.

The current cast will make theatre history when in transfers on the 14th April 2010, becoming the first entire original Broadway cast to transfer to the West End. The cast includes Gavin Creel, who previously performed in the West End’s Mary Poppins as Bert.

The current production on Broadway has proved as popular today as it was back in the 60’s, having extended three times and winning Best Revival of a Musical at the 2009 Tony Awards. British producer Cameron Mackintosh, who is bringing the production to London, said “Little did I think when I was the production runner on the original production of Hair that 41 years later I would be bringing the Public Theatre’s acclaimed new production back to London."