This grand old (1938) musical was revived in London in 1984 and came to New York in 1986. The late Viscount Hareford had a youthful, unfortunate marriage - and kept discreetly out of sight was a son and heir. The Hareford Hall set are despondent when the family solicitor finds the legitimate heir in Lambeth. There is a cockney invasion of the hall - Bill, his girlfriend and his mates, and the Lambeth Walk is danced by all. The revival was nominated for 13 Tony Awards and won three.
“A honey. It has humor, music, dancing, charm, wit and a deft expertise and that takes your heart away.” - N.Y. Post.
“The freshest and funniest musical to hit Broadway in ages.” - Newsweek.