The new British musical will now have its world premiere on Stream.Theatre on the 26th February.

The filming for The Sorcerer’s Apprentice has had to be halted due to unforeseen circumstances, meaning that it will now get its world premiere on the streaming platform from Friday 26th February until Sunday 14 March 2021.

Talking about the news, producer James Seabright said: “The birth of this magical new musical has been a five -year journey to date, so a small final delay only heightens the air of suspense! Thankfully we are only having to postpone the streaming schedule by a month and to build excitement, we are today releasing a new video and song, ‘Spellbound’, featuring Mary Moore and Yazdan Qafouri.”

Directed by Charlotte Westenra, Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost’s musical explores the extraordinary world of a sorcerer and his rebellious daughter, as she discovers the explosive possibilities of her newfound magical powers.

This gender-swapped twist based on poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe is set to star Nicola Blackman, Dawn Hope, Mary Moore, Marc Pickering, Yazdan Qafouri and David Thaxton. The ensemble is formed of: Tom Bales, Ryan Pidgen, Vicki Lee Taylor and Kayleigh Thadani.

The production’s creative team includes: choreography by Steven Harris, musical direction by Alan Williams, puppetry direction by Scarlet Wilderink, set and costume design by Anna Kelsey, lighting design by Clancy Flynn, sound design by Ella Wahlstrom, puppetry design by Maia Kirkman-Richards and magic consultant Scott Penrose.

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice will now stream via from the 26th February until the 14th March.