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Rakesh Boury's credits include the following: Man Of La Mancha (London Coliseum), The Assassination of Katie Holmes (Theatr Clwyd), The Wind in the Willows (London Palladium), Bend It Like Beckham (Phoenix), Rock of Ages (UK tour); We Will Rock You (Dominion); Britain’s Got Bhangra (Original UK Cast); Titanic: The Musical (Gordon Craig, Stevenage); Jesus Christ Superstar (Buxton Opera House); Honk!, Godspell, The Pillow Man and Bouncers.
Television includes: The Proposers, Crimewatch and The Wright Stuff.
Training: Midlands Academy of Dance and Drama.
Man of La Mancha Featuring the iconic song ‘Dream the Impossible Dream’, Man of La Mancha is Inspired by Miguel de Cervantes’s masterpiece Don Quixote. In a 16th century dungeon, Cervantes and his manservant await trial from the Spanish Inquisition. In his possession, he has a trunk carrying an unfinished novel, Don Quixote. As prisoners attemp...
Jess needs extra time. She is facing the most important decision of her life: live up to family expectations of university, career and marriage, or follow in the footsteps of her hero David Beckham. When the talented teenager is spotted playing football in Southall, a world of unexpected opportunities opens up before her. But as her sister’s tradit...
Our #FirstNightTakeover series continues with Marika Visser attending the West End opening of Man Of La Mancha at the London Coliseum. Marika was there on the Red Carpet, ready to ‘dream the impossible dream’ and finally tick the show off her bucket list as this is the first West End production of the show for 50 years. Shall we see how she got on?
Did you hear the gossip? The multi-talented Peter Polycarpou – well-known for his stage, film and TV performances – has been cast in the role of Don Quixote’s squire, Sancho Panza, alongside Kelsey Grammer’s Don Quixote in the first West End production of Man of the Mancha for 50 years, running at the London Coliseum from 26 April to 8 June 2019. Could that be double trouble?