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Soho Cinders returns for a festive run

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The Stiles & Drewe and Elliot Davis musical Soho Cinders returns and will run at the Charing Cross Theatre from 24th October to 21st December 2019.

Soho Cinders reimagines the classic Cinderella story. It follows student Robbie, who becomes romantically involved with a mayoral candidate.  Celebrating London’s most colourful district and mixing politics, sex-scandals and true love, Soho Cinders is a deliciously naughty musical update of the Cinderella story with an infectious score that you’ll be humming long past the stroke of midnight!

12+/Parental discretion is advised.

Cast: Luke Bayer, Millie O’Connell, Lewis Asquith, Tori Hargreaves, Ewan Gillies, Michaela Stern, Natalie Harman, Christopher Coleman, Ben Darcy, Luke Byrne, Danny Lane, Thomas Ball, Melissa Rose, Savannah Reed, Laura Fulgenzi, Jade Bailey.

Creatives: Directed by Will Keith, with Choreography by Adam Haigh, Musical Direction by Sarah Morrison, Associate Musical Direction by Joe Louis Robinson, Set Design by Justin Williams and Casting by Harry Blumenau.

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Becoming Nancy World Premiere

Book by Elliot Davis
Music by George Stiles
Lyrics by Anthony Drewe
Based on the novel ‘Becoming Nancy’ by Terry Ronald
Directed by Jerry Mitchell

 
In September 2019 Becoming Nancy had it’s World Premiere on the newly renovated Coca-Cola Stage at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, USA.

Becoming Nancy is the huge-hearted new musical that weaves a story of family bonds, first loves, and the courage it takes to find your own spotlight.

Based on a novel by Terry Ronald, Becoming Nancy, set in 1979, in the South London suburb of East Dulwich, tells the story of a talented high school pupil David Starr who gets the surprise of his life when he’s cast in the role of Nancy (the female lead!) in his school production of Oliver!

How David, his classmates, his family, and his community react to the news is a heartwarming story.

 

‘BECOMING NANCY’ PRODUCTION PAGE – ALLIANCE THEATRE, ATLANTA

 

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Loserville Back In The West End

LOSERVILLE IS BACK!

FOR ONE CHARITY PERFORMANCE ONLY IN AID OF

THE MAYTREE RESPITE CENTRE

(in memoriam of singer/actor Chris Hardman (aka Lil’ Chris)

and the

YOUTH MUSIC THEATRE UK (YMT) STUDENT BURSARY FUND

at the Garrick Theatre in London’s West End

with

AARON SIDWELL (EastEnders Steven Beale)

in his original title role of MICHAEL DORK

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE:

LOSERVILLE, the smash hit West end musical is back at Garrick Theatre for one day only on Sunday 28 January 2018 as a charity concert in aid of both the Maytree Respite Centre and Youth Music Theatre UK’s student Bursary Fund. The British musical by Elliot Davis and James Bourne, received its London premiere at the Garrick Theatre over 5 years ago in 2012, following a successful run at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. In 2013 it was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best New Musical. Since then it has received several off West End productions and numerous amateur and college productions in the UK and the US.

 

LOSERVILLE will star the original West End cast and will be supported by an ensemble of Youth Music Theatre UK’s original 2009 youth cast. WEST END CAST: Aaron Sidwell as Michael, Eliza Hope Bennett as Holly, Stewart Clarke as Eddie, Charlotte Harwood as Leia, Richard Lowe as Lucas, and Daniel Buckley as Marvin, with Jade Albertsen, Sophie Ayers, Laura Bennett, Robbie Boyle, Matthew Bradley, Olly Buxton, Andrew Carthy, Freya Field, Daniel Hall, Lauren Hall, Ollie Hannifan, Dan Krikler, Duncan Leighton, Ashley Luke Lloyd, Megan Louch, Andy Shaw, Sarah Watson, Witney White.

Loserville was originally commissioned by Youth Music Theatre UK in 2009 and performed by a cast drawn from its UK National Auditions at the South Hill Park Arts Centre, Bracknell in August 2009. The original amateur production was directed by Steven Dexter, choreographed by Nick Winston and musically supervised by Martin Lowe. The rights were subsequently assigned to a commercial producing team and it opened at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in May 2012 before transferring to the Garrick Theatre in London’s West End.

 

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