BUGSY MALONE - Theatre Royal Windsor

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Windsor's spectacular community production!

Celebrating 40 years of the iconic film.

Bugsy Malone is set in Chicago in the 1920’s and concerns the battle for criminal supremacy of rival gangs led by Fat Sam and Dandy Dan. Into the mix steps aspiring boxing promoter Bugsy Malone, who becomes involved with aspiring night club singer Blousey Brown and agrees to help Fat Sam turn the tables on his rival. The ‘weapons’ in this story are of course, splurge guns and in the finale just about everyone gets ‘splurged’ before getting up and realising they can all be friends after all.

With well-known songs such as ‘Bugsy Malone’, ‘Fat Sam’s Grand Slam’ and ‘Bad Guys’ plus exciting dance routines, this is a massively popular show for audiences of all ages to enjoy.

Director – Carole Todd
Musical Director – Tim Hammond
Choreographer – Camilla Rowland


Theatre Royal Windsor runs an ambitious creative learning programme to collaborate with talented young people and offer them the opportunity to work closely with industry professionals. We are opening the theatre’s doors to the stars of tomorrow with a full scale production of the musical Bugsy Malone on our historic stage. We are offering a wide range of roles to anyone interested, from performing, playing in the band and stage managing to directing, choreographing, marketing, costume design, lighting and sound. Participants aged between 9 and 18 will experience how a professional working theatre is run, both onstage and backstage. They will be treated like professionals throughout their time working on this show from the auditions right through to the final curtain call. We hope that being in this environment will encourage those taking part to appreciate the passion and hard work that goes on to produce a show of this quality and scale.

View the Bugsy Malone Info Pack here:  https://issuu.com/rebecca7816/docs/bugsy_malone_info_pack

Tue 8th Aug - Sun 13th Aug
  • Show Times
  • Tue – Sat 7pm

    Thu, Sat, Sun 2.30pm  

  • Ticket prices
  • Tickets from £13

  • Members
  • Gold Members and above: 4-4-2 offer only on first night or 4 concession rate tickets Monday – Saturday matinee;

    Silver Members: 2-4-1 offer or £5 off tickets only on first night or two concession rate tickets Monday – Saturday matinee.


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