//

 

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

fiddler on the roof at chocolate factoryThe Menier Chocolate Factory has just announced a new staging of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, which will run there over the Christmas period from 23rd November 2018 - 9th March 2019 with casting news still to follow.

TREVOR NUNN will direct the production which has a book by JOSEPH STEIN, lyrics by SHELDON HARNIC and music by JERRY BOCK.

Fiddler on the Roof was the longest running production on Broadway for over 13 years and is full of instantly recognizable songs including If I Were a Rich Man, Matchmaker Matchmaker and  Sunrise Sunset.

It tells the story of Tevye who is being played by ANDY NYMAN (originally played in the UK by Topol) who is the local milkman in his village of Anatevka. He has always stuck by his traditions but suddenly his headstrong daughters decide that they want to marry for love rather than accept whatever Yente the Matchmaker comes up with. 

Tevye loves his daughters but has to convince his wife and the villagers that their decisions are actually falling in with tradition – not any easy thing to do. Tradition is all well and good, but in the end the world moves on, as do the villagers - but maybe not for the reasons they intended.

Buy tickets for Fiddler On The Roof which runs from 23rd November 2018 - 9th March 2019 .

HOW TO GET TO FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

MENIER CHOCOLATE FACTORY
5
3 Southwark Street
London SE1 1RU

 

underground
Tube:  London Bridge (Borough High Street exit) - Jubilee & Northern Lines  
buses to Her Majesty's Theatre
RV1 and 381
nearest car park

Parking on single yellow lines available after 18:30 and all day at weekends


DISABLED ACCESS FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

Customers with visual or hearing impairments qualify for concession rates for themselves plus a companion. There is no infra red or loop system, but the size of the venue means you can sit only a few feet away from performers
Guide dogs are permitted inside the auditorium
Wheelchair access into the building is via our main entrance on Southwark Street. The theatre can take one wheelchair per performance, located at the front of the auditorium with an excellent view of the stage. There will always be at least one space available next to the wheelchair space for a companion.