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& JULIET re-opens – New cast members for 2021

& Juliet the Musical Update for & Juliet at the Shaftesbury Theatre

This gorgeous award-winner of a musical is back at last, and the excitement is already mounting. & Juliet re-opens on Friday 24th September 2021 at the Shaftesbury Theatre, and we have some brand new and exciting cast members for you. Are you ready for the joyous return of a musical that won three Oliviers, broke records with 6 awards from Whatsonstage during 2020, and also won coveted Black Theatre Awards and The Mousetrap Theatre Awards?

Who’s involved in & Juliet?

Billed as 'fabulously fresh and riotously funny', & JULIET is packed with fantastic anthems by the legendary pop song writer Max Martin. You're going to adore 'Baby One More Time', 'Since U Been Gone', 'Roar' and more, and the new cast is all set to create oodles of extra magic for audiences. If you've been waiting for the show to get back on the road, here's who you'll see on stage:

  • Miriam-Teak Lee – Olivier Award winner for Best Actress in 2020 for Juliet – returns as Juliet
  • Cassidy Janson, who also won an Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress for the role, returns as Anne Hathaway
  • Oliver Tompsett plays William Shakespeare
  • Olivier winner David Bedella plays Lance
  • Jordan Luke Gage is Romeo
  • Melanie La Barrie plays Nurse
  • Tim Mahendran is Francois
  • Alex Thomas-Smith joins the principal cast as May

The ensemble includes:

  • Roshani Abbey
  • Jocasta Almgill
  • Josh Baker
  • Ivan De Freitas
  • Rhian Duncan
  • Kieran Lai
  • Nathan Lorainey-Dineen
  • Jaye Marshall
  • Grace Mouat
  • Antoine Murray-Straughan
  • Billy Nevers
  • Kerri Norville
  • Christopher Parkinson
  • Kirstie Skivington
  • Alex Tranter
  • Sophie Usher
  • Rhys Wilkinson

Buy & Juliet Tickets

Book your & Juliet tickets online with us and choose the best seats with our Shaftesbury Theatre seating plan. We'll send handy E-tickets to your email address for you to present on the door. Simple!

About the Shaftesbury Theatre

The Shaftesbury Theatre is on Shaftesbury Avenue itself, in the London Borough of Camden. It first opened in 1911, originally named the New Prince's Theatre, and was the final theatre built during a frenzy of West End theatre-building on Shaftesbury Avenue. Past shows at the Shaftesbury Theatre include Rock of Ages, From Here To Eternity, Motown, and The Illusionists.