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Yank! A WWII Love Story
“Some stories didn’t make it into the history books”
In 1943, young Mid-Westerner Stu serves in the army as a reporter for Yank Magazine, the journal ‘for and by servicemen’. Following the men in Charlie Company, YANK! the musical explores what it means to be a man and fall in love… and struggle to survive in a time and place where the odds are stacked against you.
Based on the Off-Broadway hit production, YANK! transfers to London following a highly acclaimed run at the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester earlier this year. Directed by James Baker, with a story and music by American brothers David and Joseph Zellnik, the musical pays homage to the timeless music of the 1940s.
“YANK! is sensational” - Attitude
“A touching, heart-rending show, superbly performed “- The Reviews Hub
“...earthed with real sincerity and powered by a strong ensemble who bring a robustly masculine grace” - The Stage
“James Baker’s direction, James Cleeve’s musical supervision and especially Chris Cuming’s choreography hit standards far in advance of what seems reasonable to expect from the fringe” - The Guardian
- Cancellation Policy
No refunds or exchanges after booking.
- How Does It Work
Please print voucher and bring along with you for entry into the venue.
Please arrive 30 minutes prior to performance to allow time to settle into you seats.
- When Can I Go
July 3rd 2017 - 19th August 2017
Mon - Sat 7.30pm
Wed matinee 2.30pm
Sat matinee 3pm
- Where Do I Go
The Arches, Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NL
Underground: Charing Cross or Embankment Station
Overground: Charing Cross Station
Cycling: Barclays Cycle Hire docking stations are available on Whitehall Place, Northumberland Avenue and Craven Street (more info)
Directions from Charing Cross Train Station
As you come out of the station turn right and walk down the stairs, turning right onto Villiers Street. Walk 40 yards and turn right into Craven Passage (note: the theatre is actually underneath the station)
Directions from Embankment Tube Station
As you come out of the station walk straight up Villiers Street and turn first left into Craven Passage (note: the theatre is actually underneath Charing Cross Station)