Here is some of our great customised merchandise for this performer. Also check out:
- our general #StageFaves merchandise in the Main Shop
Michelle Andrews is an English actor and musical theatre performer whose credits include Kiss Me Kate (Coliseum), Pippin (Southwark Playhouse), On the Town (Open Air), Sweet Charity (Royal Exchange), West Side Story (Kilworth House), Miss Atomic Bomb (St James), Anything Goes (Sheffield Crucible), Hairspray (Leicester Curve), Chicago (Leicester Curve), Top Hat (Aldwych), Babes in Arms (Union) and Crazy for You (Novello).
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.
Has the date sneaked up on you too? Can you believe that tomorrow (Sunday 28 October 2018) is the night of the theatre’s hottest fundraiser? Comedian Tom Allen hosts this year’s WEST END BARES, while Eva Noblezada opens the show. And who’s stripping off? (Well, we’re stripping off 20% with a last-minute discount!)
Jon Carlton will reprise his title performance in PIPPIN, alongside Genevieve Nicole as The Leading Player, when Jonathan O'Boyle's acclaimed revival transfers from Manchester's Hope Mill Theatre to London's Southwark Playhouse next month. Who are the other players? Full casting now announced.
It may have been a dramatic start to the current run of ON THE TOWN at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, with injuries and recasts pushing the Press Night back, but that hasn't stopped the show being a success! Watch the incredibly talented cast sing and dance their hearts out in the official trailer...
Randy American sailors Gabey, Chip and Ozzie - immortalised in the 1949 Hollywood film of Leonard Bernstein's classic musical ON THE TOWN - will be played in this summer's much-anticipated Open Air Theatre production by Strictly Come Dancing and Hollyoaks star Danny Mac, newcomer Fred Haig and Jeremy Taylor. It's the biggest dance production in the theatre's history, directed and choreographed by Drew McOnie. Full cast of #StageFaves now announced...