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Kirsty Malpass is a British actress whose musical theatre credits include Come From Away, The Lorax, Girl From The North Country, Groundhog Day, Crush, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, It's a Wonderful Life, The Sound of Music, The Lord of the Rings, The Wizard of Oz, Jerry Springer the Opera, Spend Spend Spend, and Honk.
Tony Award-winning Canadian musical Come From Away will land at London’s Phoenix Theatre for its UK premiere from 30 January 2019, with a pre-West End stop-off at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin from 6 December 2018 to 19 January. Now we know which performers are on the journey, are you going to join them?
It's been a sell-out at the Old Vic, where it finishes this Saturday, now more theatregoers will have the chance to see Conor McPherson's amazing musical makeover of Bob Dylan classics in GIRL FROM THE COUNTRY. It transfers to the West End for a limited season from 29 December 2017. We've got the new show trailer to remind you just how stunning it is...
If you missed the Old Vic's musical stage adaptation of Dr Seuss' wonderful children's book THE LORAX, mark your diaries for the show's three-week return from 15 October 2017. Simon Paisley-Day returns to narrate as The Once-ler with a new cast of #StageFaves just announced...
What do Bob Dylan and ABBA have in common? Well...they've both got 'jukebox' musicals! Bob Dylan's 1963 song "Girl from the North Country", from his second studio album, provided inspiration for this world premiere new musical (or is it a play with music?) opening at the Old Vic Theatre this July. We've got two fab songs for you from GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY (wonder how they came up with the title?!), sung by the cast, to whet your whistle. It certainly doesn't sound like MAMMA MIA!
Bob Dylan's 1963 song "Girl from the North Country", from his second studio album, provided inspiration for writer-director Conor McPherson for this world premiere new musical (or is it a play with music?) at the Old Vic Theatre. Who'll be singing that and other classic Dylan tracks?