Music by GEORGE STILES | Lyrics by ANTHONY DREWE
Book by ANTHONY DREWE and ELLIOT DAVIES
Midnight is just the start
Robbie has a few problems. His mother has just died, without making a will, and the Old Compton Street laundrette she owned, "Sit & Spin", is under threat from his vulgar stepsisters as they attempt to hike up the rent. If that wasn't enough, he loves one man while being paid to hang out with another!
James Prince also has problems. He’s running for mayor, but his campaign manager’s a lying schemer and his heart isn’t entirely with his devoted fiancée Marilyn.
When your only inheritance is an urn of ashes on the mantelpiece or if your secret romance becomes tabloid front page news, can love really conquer all?
From the laundrette which hears more confidences than it washes G-strings, to a dramatic political fundraiser where a mobile phone is lost as midnight strikes, Soho Cinders is a witty, heartwarming musical twist on the classic fairytale.
An amateur production presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe). All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe. www.MTISHOWS.co.uk
ROBBIE | Alex Stephenson
VELCRO | Kat Knight
CLODAGH | Maria Waters
DANA | Michelle Bock
JAMES PRINCE | Jacob Botha
MARILYN PLATT | Caroline Hart
WILLIAM GEORGE | Paul Matania
LORD BELLINGHAM | David Pearson
SIDESADDLE | Bex Evans
SASHA LARKIN | Deborah Lean
DIRECTOR | Angus Jacobs
MUSICAL DIRECTOR and PRODUCER | Ryan Macaulay
ASSOCIATE CHOREOGRAPHERS | Gayle Bryans, Eloise Menezes and Vaughan Watts
SET DESIGN | Andrew Laidlaw
LIGHTING DESIGN | Olly Levett
SOUND DESIGN | Adam Coppard
COSTUME DESIGN | Angus Jacobs and Becs Crighton
MARKETING | Pippa Kyle
STAGE MANAGER | Lizzie Levett
A hearty and sincere production, it’s a more complex story than the traditional fairy-tale from which it is adapted, but it’s a lively and engaging one at that.
- Wednesday 10 July 2019 7.30pm
- Thursday 11 July 2019 7.30pm
- Friday 12 July 2019 7.30pm
- Saturday 13 July 2019 4.00pm
- Saturday 13 July 2019 8.00pm