book by Blake Edwards, music by Henry Mancini, lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, additional Music by Frank Wildhorn, 26 November-6 December 2014

We know we're in Paris, but is this person a he or a she? A man or a woman? What confusion... what fun!

Victor/Victoria is a musical comedy based on the 1982 film of the same name, which starred Julie Andrews in the lead role and features the iconic song 'Le jazz hot'. The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards and won the Oscar for best Original Music Score. It was adapted in 1995 as a Broadway musical, where Julie Andrews reprised the lead role receiving a Tony nomination.

Set in Paris in 1934, a penniless singer (Victoria Grant) colludes with a struggling nightclub singer to disguise herself as a man 'Victor', to entertain as a female impersonator 'Victoria' - and as a result becomes the toast of Paris. Complications arise when a macho Chicago gangster sees the act and finds himself attracted to the star. Much hilarity ensues until 'Victor' confesses ‘he’ is not a man and they fall in love.



Victoria Grant / Victor - Emma Walton
Toddy (Carroll Todd) - Wayne Burke
King Marchan - Alex Magliaro
Norma Cassidy - Hannah Roberts
Squash Bernstein - Chris Starky
Richard Di Nardo - David Delport
Henri Labisse - Andy Macpherson
Andre Cassell - Stephen Beeny
Simone Kallisto - Joanna Benson
Miss Selmer - Romana Moss
Madame Roget - Alison Liney
Sal - Lewis Simington

Dancers - Demi Jenkins, Eloise Horton, Katie Godles, Lewis Simington, Matt Cameron, Tim Garrad

Ensemble - Alan Scobbie, Ben Press, Francesca Canty, Tegan Mott

Director: Angus Jacobs
Musical director: Matt Gould
Assistant director: Gayle Bryans
Choreographers: Angus Jacobs and Gayle Bryans
Producer: Clare Harding
Assistant producer: Cecile Beauvillard
Stage manager: Laura Graham-Matheson
Set designer: Steve King
Lighting designer: Jon Winn
Costume designer: Fiona Lockton

Book by Blake Edwards
Music by Henry Mancini and Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
Additional Music by Frank Wildhorn

Originally produced on Broadway by Blake Edwards, Tony Adams, John Scher, Endemol Theatre Productions, Inc., Polygram Broadway Ventures, Inc. Based on the theatrical motion picture owned and distributed by TURNER ENTERTAINMENT CO.

The Bridewell Theatre
Bride Lane Fleet Street
London, EC4Y 8EQ

Wednesday 26 November-Saturday 6 December 2014 at 7.30,
Saturday matinées at 2.30pm

No performance on Sunday 30 November or Monday 1 December

Tickets: £16 (concessions £13.50) unless otherwise stated, see below for special performances.

A limited number of premium seats are available for £18 (£15.50). Premium tickets guarantee you a seat in the best rows in the house. Note they are unreserved within the premium block.

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Charity Night, Thursday 27 November, 7.30pm
50% of the proceeds donated to Sedos's nominated Charity of the Year, Cardboard Citizens.

Paris By Night Gala Performance, Saturday 29 November, 7.30pm
Tickets £20 (concessions £17.50). Join us for a night in Paris by wearing your most glamorous 1930s outfit - cross dress if you dare! Join us after the show for a cabaret performance in the Bridewell's very own Parisian Bar! Ticket price includes a complimentary drink and programme. Premium seats are available for £22 (£19.50).

Concessions: Sedos members, children, students with valid identification, registered disabled and registered unemployed unless otherwise stated, for example Gala Nights.

Ticket Collection
Tickets will be available for you to collect from the Box Office on the night of the performance. They will not be posted out to you. Seats at the Bridewell Theatre are unreserved.

Latecomers will only be admitted at the discretion of Sedos. Any audience members arriving more than 15 minutes late will not be admitted until the interval.

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