The charity gala performance of Boublil And Schönberg’s musical will take place at the London Coliseum on the 23rd February.
It has been announced that Earl Carpenter and Daniel Boys are the final cast members to join the upcoming gala performance of the musical, with proceeds going to Leukaemia UK.
Earl Carpenter has performed leading and title roles in some of the world’s greatest musicals including Cameron Mackintosh’s and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original and 25th Anniversary productions and concert celebrations of Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera, The Witches of Eastwick, ‘Sunset Boulevard’ and Evita.
Meanwhile, Daniel Boys most recently starred in Falsettos at The Other Palace. His other credits include The Boys in the Band ; Miss Atomic Bomb; Spamalot, Tommy in Concert and Avenue Q.
They join the previously announced Rachel Tucker (as Grace O’Malley, Irish Chieftain and notorious pirate), Hannah Waddingham (Queen Elizabeth I), Steph Parry, Emma Norman, Britain’s Got Talent winner Jai McDowall and Matthew Pagan.
The cast is also set to include: Pearce Barron (Zombies: The Musical, Up Next), Jamie Birkett (‘Les Miserables’, ’Rent’), Trudi Camilleri (lead in ‘Queen of the Mist’, ‘Death Takes a Holiday’), Sabrina Carter (Wicked, The Miser), Shaun Dalton (Kinky Boots, Eugenius), Adam Dawson (Hair, Spring Awakening), Callum Heinrich (Mamma Mia, Jane Eyre), Jade Johnson (The Book of Mormon, Club Mex: Immersive Club Musical), Harry Mills (Sunday in the Park with George, Batboy), Charlotte Payne (Potted Panto, Velvet), Sophie Reeves (Les Miserables, The Woman in White) and Jak Skelly (Oklahoma, Cats).
From the writers of Les Miserables, The Pirate Queen is based on the real-life story of history’s Grace O’Malley – an Irish Chieftain and notorious pirate. It chronicles the life of an inspiring heroine who led an extraordinary life as a rogue, lover and mother in 16th-century Ireland. To protect her people and save her one true love, O’Malley must confront the one woman more powerful than her — her fierce rival, Queen Elizabeth I of England.
Originally premiering on Broadway in 2007, this gala performance is directed by Drew Baker with designs by Ben M Rogers.
The Pirate Queen will be performed at the London Coliseum on the 23rd February .