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Waitress The Musical
10 Dec
Casts
Phil Willmott

Low Key Casting Announced for the West End premiere of Broadway musical Waitress

Waitress The Musical Further casting has been announced for the UK premiere of WAITRESS which opens at the Adelphi Theatre in just under two months, on 8th February.

A musical of this size is likely to get at least 5 weeks rehearsal so the cast will spend Christmas looking forward to an imminent start to full preparations.

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Matt Cardle
10 Aug
Casts
Phil Willmott

The West End has Two New Leading Men

Matt Cardle Producers are always looking for ways to refresh long running shows and the most tried and tested method is to cast performers who have public profile. Following this tradition two of the biggest shows in the West End at the moment PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and STRICTLY BALLROOM have announced newcomers to their cast who you may already have heard of.

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Alexandra Burke
26 Jul
Casts
Phil Willmott

The Sexy Secret of Chicago’s Success

Alexandra Burke New stars have just been announced for the West End musical Chicago.

The producers remind us “The show currently stars new wave pop star (Spandau Ballet) and Eastenders regular Martin Kemp as the razzle dazzling lawyer Billy Flynn. He will be in the London production until 1 September 2018.

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The Best Man
18 Feb
Casts
Phil Willmott

Speculation Over a Trump visit to the UK Fuels Interest in a Classy New Production

The Best ManThose clever folk at Emma Holland PR caught many people’s attention recently by emailing a West End announcement with “The President is Coming to London” in the title line.

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A-Midsummer-Nights-Dream-ENO.jpg
18 Feb
Casts
Phil Willmott

Enjoy English National Opera’s Recurring Dream

A-Midsummer-Nights-Dream-ENO.jpgMajor opera productions usually only get a run of 3 – 5 performances when presented in major opera houses. These venues are usually so large that in one night the cast can play to the same amount of people as would see the production over a week in a normal size theatre.

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