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There’s another Roald Dahl classic coming to the West End. Will it join Matilda The Musical as an all-time theatreland hit? A wonderful co-production with the Roald Dahl Story Company, this is The Witches, a vibrant new musical adaptation of the author’s timeless story full of fun, bravery, and warmth.
The Witches tickets – A festive West End treat
The Witches is one of Roald Dahl's best-loved tales. It has sold more than 11 million copies since 1983, when it was first published. Directed by Lyndsey Turner, the National Theatre's musical adaptation kicks off on 7th November 2023 and runs through the festive season until 7th January 2024.
See Daniel Rigby in The Witches
The brilliant BAFTA Award-winner Daniel Rigby plays the hotel manager Mr. Stringer. He won his BAFTA for his leading role as Eric Morecambe in the 2011 BBC film Eric and Ernie. Katherine Kingsley plays the worst witch of all, the Grand High Witch. She’s no stranger to Dahl, having played the Acrobat’s step-sister in the Matilda The Musical movie. Sally Ann Triplett plays Gran, with a huge list of West End and Broadway theatre credits including roles in Sweeney Todd and Oklahoma.
All about The Witches – Lethally scary!
Real witches are not at all silly. They don’t bother with pointy hats and broomsticks. They are, in fact, lethally dangerous. And this is their most evil plan... ever. The plot follows Luke and his Gran as they battle a gang of witches, determined to stop the evil women from getting rid of all the children in England. Luke is only ten years old and his gran has a dodgy heart, so they’re in for a battle. Will they take this vital chance to stop the witches from ridding England of children?
The full The Witches cast and creative team
The witches are played by Julie Armstrong, Chrissie Bhima, Zoe Birkett, Maddison Bulleyment, Miracle Chance, Daniele Coombe, Molly-May Gardiner, Tiffany Graves, Bobbie Little, Tania Mathurin, Amira Matthews, and Alexandra Waite-Roberts.
Luke’s mum and dad are played by Laura Medforth and Richard David-Caine, and Bruno's parents are Ekow Quartey as Mr Jenkins and Maggie Service as Mrs Jenkins. The Chef Chevalier at Hotel Magnificent is played by Irvine Iqbal. The rest of the Hotel Magnificent team is played by Adrian Grove, Jacob Maynard and Ben Redfern. As you can imagine there’s a huge cast of youngsters involved.
There’s a large, talented creative team on board, which bodes well for this charming story. The book and lyrics come from the Olivier Award-winner Lucy Kirkwood, with music and lyrics by Tony Award-nominee Dave Malloy.
The Set and Costume Designer is Lizzie Clachan, the Choreographer is Stephen Mear and the Music Supervisor is Nigel Lilley. The show’s Music Director is Cat Beveridge and the Lighting Designer is Bruno Poet. The Co-Sound Designer is Alexander Caplen and the Co-Sound Designer is Ian Dickinson for Autograph. The Video Designer is Ash J Woodward and the amazing illusions come from Chris Fisher and Will Houstoun. The Casting Director is Bryony Jarvis-Taylor, and there are more talented people at the helm in the roles of associates.
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November Monthly Roundup
by Emmie Newitt | Wednesday, November 29 2023, 14:05
This month brought some very exciting London theatre news; including a long-awaited cast announcement for one of the biggest shows coming in 2024 and a West End transfer that we are so excited for! Here’s our November Roundup for you:
Hadestown, The Witches and Opening Night.November Monthly Roundup
THE WITCHES at National Theatre, Olivier
by Stuart King | Wednesday, November 22 2023, 00:06
Following in the footsteps of the author’s Matilda, comes the latest of Roald Dahl’s stories to cast a theatrical magic spell over kids and adults alike. The National’s musical production of THE WITCHES, comes courtesy of Lucy Kirkwood and Dave Malloy and it is quite simply an absolute zinger.
Cian Eagle-Service (Bruno) and Bertie Caplan (Luke) in The Witches at the National Theatre. Credit Marc Brenner.THE WITCHES at National Theatre, Olivier
The 9 Shows Opening in London Theatres in November 2023
by Emmie Newitt | Tuesday, October 17 2023, 09:37
As the brisk autumn air sweeps through the bustling streets of London, a unique sense of magic and excitement envelops the city. Before the arrival of Christmas, November brings with it a new month of shows opening in the West End.
My Neighbour Totoro, The Witches and Enfield Haunting artwork.The 9 Shows Opening in London Theatres in November 2023
Rehearsal images released for THE WITCHES at the National Theatre
by Emmie Newitt | Friday, October 13 2023, 13:07
National Theatre's musical version of Roald Dahl's THE WITCHES will open next month for a limited run. This brand-new musical will the wit, daring, and heart of this story to life.
Katherine Kingsley and company in rehearsal for The Witches at the National Theatre. Photo by Marc Brenner.Rehearsal images released for THE WITCHES at the National Theatre
Full cast announced for THE WITCHES at The National Theatre
by Emmie Newitt | Monday, September 4 2023, 12:09
The new musical version of Roald Dahl's timeless tale is playing in the Olivier Theatre this Christmas.
Katherine Kingsley, Daniel Rigby and Sally Ann Triplett.Full cast announced for THE WITCHES at The National Theatre