Following its run at the Arts Theatre, Bonnie & Clyde the Musical returns for a new limited West End season at the Garrick Theatre from 4th March to 20 May.

Featuring music by Tony nominee Frank Wildhorn (Jekyll & Hyde), lyrics by Tony and Oscar winner Don Black (Sunset Boulevard), a book by Emmy Award nominee Ivan Menchell, and directed by Nick Winston, Bonnie & Clyde is the electrifying story of love, adventure and crime that captured the attention of an entire nation.

Completely unexpectedly at the peak of the Great  Depression, two small-town nobodies from West Texas were skyrocketed to fame as America’s most well-known folk heroes and the bane of Texas law enforcement.  Bonnie & Clyde tells a thrilling tale of love, adventure and crime that captivated a country, and eventually the world. The show features songs such as “Raise A Little Hell”, “This World Will Remember Me” and “Made In America”.

When Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow meet, they both have a taste for excitement and fame. Their cravings combined with a desperate need to pull themselves out of their desperate situations. As they become more reckless and brazen the young lovers’ thrilling adventure becomes a harrowing tale. When the couple and their loved ones find themselves in danger with the law they go on the run but turn to robbery and murder along the way. As the infamous duo's fame grows, their inevitable end draws nearer.