The musical will head to London following its run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

It has been announced that following performances at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival next month, Police Cops: The Musical will transfer to the Southwark Playhouse Borough from the 8th September until until the 14th October.

After five years at the Edinburgh Fringe, the musical returns with a new version of the musical featuring a brand-new score written by Brit Award winning Ben Adams (Eugenius! The Musical).

USA, 1985: Rookie Police Cop Jimmy Johnson joined the force to protect and serve… But now Jimmy’s in deep, partnered up with a renegade Police Cop and leaned on by a racist Chief. With guns loaded and safety catches off, Jimmy’s on a freewheeling adventure from the mean streets of America to Mexico, where destiny awaits in the form of grizzled ex-Police Cop Juanita Gonzalez.

Creators Zachary Hunt, Nathan Parkinson and Tom Roe are joined by Melinda Orengo and Natassia Bustamante will star in the production with the cast being completed by Mychele Lebrun and Ben Lancaster.

The creative team is Rich Morris (Musical Supervision, Arrangements and Orchestrations), Andrew Exeter (Set & Lighting), Charlie Smith (Sound) and Pearson Casting (Casting Director).

Police Cops: The Musical will play at the Southwark Playhouse Borough from the 8th September until the 14th October.


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