Devised and directed by Ian Humphreys and David Maun
6 – 11 July 2015
With the increase in popularity of new stage musicals based on films, this show will feature over 40 songs from some of the best musicals that have been hits on both stage and screen.
The format will be very similar to the previously successful review shows at the Playhouse including Rhythm of Life and Expialidocious. This show features the same creative team behind Expialidocious which won the Arts Council of Bexley Musical Excellence Award.
The show will feature over 40 musical numbers from many West End hits including: A Chorus Line, Evita, West Side Story, On the Town, Grease, Oliver, Sweeney Todd, My Fair Lady, Cabaret, The Pajama Game, Gypsy, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Anything Goes, Mamma Mia, Hairspray, Whistle down the Wind, Matilda, Billy Elliott, Bugsy Malone, Saturday Night Fever, Sister Act, Lion King, Shrek, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Aladdin, Spamalot and Mary Poppins.
Charlotte Constant, Hannah Denyer, Nicola Guenigault, Melinda Hunt, Nicola Milner, Polly Owen, Kelly Randall, Kate Richardson, Jenny Tallowin-Snee, Charis Thorne, Eileen Warner, Becca Wilkes, Graham Frosdick, Tom Hopkins, Gareth J. Hunt, Gary Nightingale, Phill Pain, Ellie Carpenter, Katie Cavanagh, Lota Emeka-Onah, Olivia Healy, Louisa Hulls, Maisie Johnson, Imogen Murray, Amy Parton, Eleanor Snee
Choreographers – Nicky Bate and Tamsin Renno
Musical Director – Steve Trill
Stage Manager – Tony Bate
Properties – Sue Newman, Sarah Campbell, Mike Whitnall
Lighting – Sam Dowsett, Matt Carpenter, Andy Wooliscroft, Paul Andrews
Sound – Steve Nash
Wardrobe – Carole Bramall, Marjorie Sawyer, DAODs and Cast
Video and Projection – Trevor Blackman
Set Construction – Tony Bate, Gary Constant, Roger Butler, Dave Birmingham, Sue Constant, Albert Tilbury, Lucy Ellis, Carolyn Osterritter
Band – Steve Trill, Andy Smith and Callum Yule