Here is some of our great customised merchandise for this performer. Also check out:
- our general #StageFaves merchandise in the Main Shop
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Bethany Huckle is a Britsh actress whose musical theatre credits include 42nd Street (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory), Half A Sixpence (CFT/Noel Coward), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Open Air), Lend Me A Tenor (Pleasance); Candide, The Boy Friend (Finsbury Town Hall); and Jack and the Beanstalk.
Did you hear that Bronté Barbé, Isaac Gryn, Emmanuel Kojo and Scott Karim will be joining the company of Oklahoma! at Chichester Festival Theatre from 15 July to 7 September 2019, playing the roles of Ado Annie, Will Parker, Jud and Ali Hakim. Sounds like a beautiful day to us.
It's been six months since the curtain came down and the banjos were played for the very last time but the memories of HALF A SIXPENCE are still strong. Guest blogger Rebecca Wallis reminisces about her favourite show and follows through on a promise to keep championing the many #StageFaves performers she discovered through it. Have you?
We can't wait to see his circus skills! Comedian Marcus Brigstocke will play PT Barnum in Gordon Greenberg's revival of BARNUM this Christmas at the Menier Chocolate Factory, along with #StageFaves including Laura Pitt-Pulford, Celinde Schoenmaker, Harry Francis and many more...
Some sad news as we head into the weekend: HALF A SIXPENCE has posted West End closing notices for 2 September 2017. How many times do you reckon you can return to see Charlie Stemp do his thing in the next four months?!
You've got a little longer still to catch newcomer Charlie Stemp giving an all-singing, all-dancing performance of a lifetime as Arthur Kipps in British classic HALF A SIXPENCE in the West End. Not to mention the rest of this sensational #StageFaves cast...