The production is set to open for performances at the Gillian Lynne Theatre this Summer.
Full casting has been announced for the upcoming world premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical Cinderella, featuring a script from 2021 Oscar winner Emerald Fennell.
Previewing at the Gillian Lynne Theatre from the 25th June, Cinderella features a score by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by David Zippel. The musical includes the songs ‘I Know I Have A Heart’ and ‘Bad Cinderella’.
Joining the previously announced Carrie Hope Fletcher, as title character Cinderella, Ivano Turco as Prince Sebastian and Victoria Hamilton-Barritt playing The Stepmother will be: Rebecca Trehearn, who will play The Queen, Georgina Castle and Laura Baldwin, as Cinderella’s stepsisters Marie and Adele and Gloria Onitiri, who will play The Godmother. The company is also set to include: Michael Afemaré, Lydia Bannister, Michelle Bishop, William Bozier, Lauren Byrne, Sophie Camble, Tobias Charles, Vinny Coyle, Nicole Deon, Jonathan David Dudley, Dominic Adam Griffin, Michael Hamway, James Lee Harris, Leah Harris, Kate Ivory Jordan, Kelsie-Rae Marshall, Georgina Onuorah (who will play the role of Cinderella at certain performances), Andy Rees, Alexandra Waite Roberts, Sam Robinson, Giovanni Spano, Lauren Stroud, Georgia Tapp and Matthieu Vinetot.
The production sees Andrew Lloyd Webber collaborating once more with director Laurence Connor and choreographer JoAnn M Hunter, who previously worked on the Olivier Award winning international hit School of Rock and the recent production of Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at The London Palladium.
The creative team for the production includes: designs by Gabriela Tylesova (Sweeney Todd, Love Never Dies), sound design by Gareth Owen (& Juliet, Come From Away), lighting design by Bruno Poet (Tina: The Musical, Billie Eilish at Steve Jobs Theatre) and co-musical supervisor John Rigby (The King and I, The Phantom of the Opera).
Cinderella will play at the Gillian Lynne Theatre from the 25th June 2021. To book tickets click here or visit: Love Theatre.com, From the Box Office, Theatre Tickets Direct.co.uk, Last Minute.com and London Theatre Direct.