Guys and Dolls at the The Bridge - Walk and Talk

  • 24 Jul 2023
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • The Bridge Theatre - 3 Potters Flds Pk, London SE1 2SG
  • 6


  • If you want to register for the walk and talk and purchase a show ticket you will need to register twice.

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Walk and Talk

Guys and Dolls 

at the Bridge Theatre 

Monday 17th July 

NEW DATE: Monday 24th July

2pm - 4pm

(sorry date changed due to unforeseen circumstances at the venue)

Note: 7.30pm Show Watch is still on Monday 17th July 

The Bridge transforms for one of the greatest musicals of all time! The seating is wrapped around the action, with 400 members of the audience joining the company on the streets of Manhattan and the bars of Havana, in the unlikeliest of love stories.

Join sound designer Paul Arditti and his team as they reveal the secrets of the sound design. Hear how far the laws of physics can be bent before they snap! Discover how d&b Soundscape and Zactracks Pro contribute to the show! Find out why on earth the sound system consists of line arrays made from point source speakers!

After the Walk and Talk we have discounted £25 Tickets to see the show that same evening at 7.30pm. Please purchase these tickets above.

NOTE: you must book WALK AND TALK TICKET and SHOW TICKET if you want to come to both. 

About Paul

Paul Arditti is a freelance sound designer, an Associate at the NT and a founder member of the ASD. Paul’s career started with sound designs for plays at the NT in the 1980s and at the Royal Court in the '90s. Paul then started designing musicals - enjoying international success with Billy Elliot The Musical, for which he won Tony, Olivier and Drama Desk awards. Guys And Dolls is the third in a sequence of in-the-round and immersive productions Paul has designed for Sir Nicholas Hytner at the Bridge Theatre.

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