NEWS: Heathers Announces New Casting and Song for West End Transfer

The creative team behind the musical have announced a brand new song has been written into the show as well as further casting for the run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. 

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(c)Pamela Raith Photography. 

Following its successful run at The Other Palace, the creators of Heathers the Musical have written a brand new original song for Carrie Hope Fletcher titled ‘I Say No’ for the West End transfer of the show as well as a number of changes to the script – which were performed  during the final week of performances at The Other Palace. 

Talking about the news Paul Taylor-Mills said: “Over the last few weeks the creative team and I have been working hard to make changes to the production, including a new number for Veronica at the end of the show, and some script changes to Act II. We’re delighted with the work that has been done and that the show was able to finish its the run at The Other Palace as the definitive version of Heathers.” 

Transferring to the Theatre Royal Haymarket from the 3rd September, the production will see Carrie Hope-Fletcher reprising her role as Veronica Sawyer for the strictly limited run. She will be joined on stage by Jodie Steele (Chandler), T’Shan Williams (Duke) and Sophie Isaacs (McNamara), alongside Jamie Muscato as rebellious transfer student Jason Dean (JD), Chris Chung (Kurt Kelly), Dominic Anderson (Ram Sweeney), Jenny O’Leary (Martha Dunnstock), Rebecca Lock (Ms. Flemming), Jon Boydon (Kurt’s Dad), Alex James Hatton (Officer Milner), Charlotte Jaconelli (Stoner Chick), Lauren Drew (New Wave Girl), Olivia Moore (Young Rerepublicanette), and Sergio Pasquariello  (Officer McCord). The cast will be completed by  Hugh Maynard (Ram’s Dad), John Lumsen (Hipster Dork) and Merryl Ansah (Drama Cub Drama Queen).

Greetings and salutations. Welcome to Westerberg High, where popularity is so very a matter of life and death, and Veronica Sawyer is just another of the nobodies dreaming of a better day. 

But when she’s unexpectedly taken under the wings of the three beautiful and impossibly cruel Heathers, her dreams finally start to come true. 

Until JD turns up, the mysterious teen rebel who teaches her that it might kill to be a nobody, but it’s murder being a somebody…

The production is directed by Andy Fickman, with choreography by Gary Lloyd, design by David Shields, lighting by Ben Cracknell, sound by Dan Samson and casting by Will Burton. The production is produced by Bill Kenwright and Paul Taylor Mills.

Heathers the Musical will play at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from the 3rd September until the 24th November. To book tickets click here or visit: ticketsSee TicketsLove Theatre.comTheatre Tickets or From the Box Office

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