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About Sunday In the Park with George

The Pulitzer Price-winning musical Sunday in the Park with George, by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, is coming to the UK in 2020. Starring Academy Award-winning Jake Gyllenhaal and Tony Award-winning Annaleigh Ashford, Sunday in the Park with George London is opening at the West End’s Savoy Theatre for a strictly limited run from June 2020.  

Using the stage as their canvas, prepare to be enthralled as Jake Gyllenhaal and Ashleigh Ashford paint the story of a Sunday in the Park with George in this immersive performance of the iconic musical. From a white blank page of nothingness, experience stroke-by-stroke as the struggle of George Seurat and his artistic passion and despair is sketched beautifully and brought to life on stage.

The show is one of the most acclaimed musicals of all time and one of the fastest selling musicals on Broadway. Destined to be the theatrical event of 2020 in London, be there to witness the musical about the art of making art - this is not your ordinary Sunday.

Sunday in the Park with George tickets:

Tickets for the London musical are on sale now. View all tickets by calendar month, date and time here

What is Sunday in the park with George about?

The story of Sondheim and Lapine’s masterpiece follows painter George Seurat, played by Jake Gyllenhaal, in the months leading up to the completion of his most famous painting, A Sunday Afternoon On The Island Of La Grande Jatte in 1884. Seurat alienates the French bourgeoisie after becoming consumed by his need to “finish the hat”, becoming isolated from everyone including his neglected lover Dot, played by Annaleigh Ashford. After spurning his fellow artists, Seurat does not realise that his actions are set to reverberate over the next 100 years.

The story is based on the real painter George Seurat, creator of the famous pointillist painting A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, however his character represents a fictionalised version of Seurat’s life. Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine were inspired by Seurat’s masterpiece to write the musical portraying their depiction of a troubled artist, caught up in a collision of inspiration and hopelessness in a story filled with soul.  

Sunday in the Park with George History:

The musical first opened on Broadway in 1984, and has won awards including the Pulitzer Prize, two Tony Awards, multiple Drama Desk Awards and two Olivier Awards for Best Musical and Outstanding Musical Production. It has had numerous successful revivals, including the UK production in 2005 – 2006 before transferring to Broadway. 

Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford are reprising their roles as George Seurat and Dot respectively, after playing the characters in the latest incarnation of the musical at the limited concert held at New York City Centre for their 2016 Gala. The subsequent transfer and revival on Broadway the following year dazzled audiences and won huge praise from critics.  

Sunday in the Park with George Cast and Characters: 

The cast includes Academy Award winning Jake Gyllenhaal, who plays George Seurat, and Tony Award winning Annaleigh Ashford, who is playing his lover Dot. Further casting is to be announced. 

Sunday in the Park with George London Production:

Music and lyrics are by Stephen Sondheim with book by James Lapine. Sarna Lapine is also making her West End transfer from the show’s revival to direct the London production of the musical.  


When is Sunday in the Park with George 2020?

The musical opens in London from 11 June 2020 and is currently booking until 5 September 2020, for a strictly limited run of shows. 

Where is Sunday in the Park with George London?

The musical takes place at the Savoy Theatre, with an address of The Strand, Covent Garden, London, WC2R 0ET. The nearest train station is Charing cross and the nearest tube stations are Charing Cross and Covent Garden. 

Are accessible tickets available?

Yes, accessible seating can be booked. Please call ATG on their Access line on 0844 871 7677.