Anything Goes

West End

Producer & General Manager


Photographer Catherine Ashmore
Photographer Catherine Ashmore
Photographer Catherine Ashmore
Photographer Catherine Ashmore
Photographer Catherine Ashmore
Photographer Catherine Ashmore
Photographer Catherine Ashmore
Photographer Catherine Ashmore
Photographer Catherine Ashmore
Photographer Catherine Ashmore

The Royal National Theatre production of Anything Goes, directed by Trevor Nunn, transferred to the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane on 23 September 2002, where it played until 7 October 2003. The musical, with music and lyrics by Cole Porter, original book by P. G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, and new book by Timothy Crouse and John Weidman, starred Sally Ann Triplett as Reno Sweeney and John Barrowman as Billy Crocker.

The production was choreographed by Stephen Mear, with set design by John Gunter, costume design by Anthony Powell, lighting design by David Hersey, music supervision and dance arrangement by Gareth Valentine, music arrangement and orchestration by Michael Gibson, music direction by James Dunsmore, original dance arrangements by Tom Fay and sound design by Paul Groothuis.

The Royal National Theatre production of Anything Goes was presented at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane by Act Productions and Clear Channel Entertainment.

“Trevor Nunn’s production is de-licious, de-lightful, de-lovely and de-finitive” The Independent

“Showbiz heaven” The Telegraph