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Shaun Prendergast is a British actor whose theatre credits include: Waitress (Adelphi), The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Park); Cinderella (Theatre Royal Windsor); James in Geordie the Musical (Customs House); Oh What a Lovely War (Stratford East); Much Ado About Nothing and Twelfth Night (Riverside Studios); A Going Concern (Hampstead Theatre).
Television includes: Holby City, Waterloo Road, Doctors, The Glee Club, Dark Angel, EastEnders, Coronation Street, Emmerdale, WPC 56, The Bill and Heartbeat.
Shaun is also a writer for stage, screen and radio whose work has been translated into six languages. Shaun’s awards include a Sony Award, a Time Out Award, five NSDF awards and a Writer’s Guild Award.
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice A timid and brilliant young woman, Little Voice has a hidden talent - she can sing like the greatest divas of the 20th Century. Living a lonely life in a northern town, all she wants is to be safe in her room with her records. No chance with mother Mari on the rampage – she’s after booze, a man, a greasy breakfas...
Waitress Waitress tells the story of Jenna, an expert pie maker in a small town, who dreams of a way out of her loveless marriage. A baking contest in a nearby county and the town’s new doctor may offer her a chance at a new life, while her fellow waitresses offer their own recipes to happiness. But Jenna must find the courage and strength within ...
It’s been a busy week in the diner for the West End production of Waitress with new cast members Lucie Jones, Ashley Roberts and Blake Harrison joining the cast plus the announcement that the Tony-nominated musical is now booking to 7 December 2019. Are you tempted to try out the menu one more time?
He’s best known as Neil Sutherland in the award-winning E4 show The Inbetweeners, but now Blake Harrison is swapping the small screen for the West End production of Waitress at the Adelphi Theatre in what we think is his musical theatre debut, stepping into the role of Ogie on 17 June 2019 after Jack McBrayer plays his final performance.
It’s amazing what a little baking can do: Former Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts will be making her West End debut as Dawn in Waitress at London’s Adelphi Theatre for a limited summer season from 17 June 2019, and on the same date we’re pretty excited to hear that Lucie Jones will be cooking up those life-changing pies as Jenna. Sugar, butter, flour and a whole lot more.
It’s been confirmed that Katharine McPhee will be putting her apron down and bidding farewell to the West End production of Sara Bareilles’ musical Waitress on 15 June 2019. Cue speculation about who will replace her. There are rumours that Lucie Jones is next in line, but we shall have to wait and see!
One of a few big Broadway transfers to have hit the West End in recent months, WAITRESS is the irresistible musical from Sara Bareilles and the all-female creative team behind the original production. The show was a hit across the pond and judging by these reviews, it's going to be a success here too...