The Wedding Singer UK Tour

The Wedding Singer UK Tour

The Cast of The Wedding Singer

A new production of the musical The Wedding Singer will tour the UK in 2017. Based on the hit film of the same name the tour will open at the Leicester Curve on 6 February 2017.

It’s 1985. Hair is huge, greed is good and rock-star wannabe Robbie Hart is New Jersey's favourite wedding singer. When his own fiancée dumps him at the altar a seriously bummed out Robbie makes every wedding as disastrous as his own.

Can sweet natured Julia and her best friend Holly lure Robbie out of the dumpster and back into the limelight? Or is he going to see her head off down the aisle with Wall Street bad boy Glen. Only Grandma Rosie seems to be able to see that Robbie and Julia are the couple that are meant to be.

The Wedding Singer cast will include Jon Robyns (Avenue Q, Spamalot, Legally Blonde) as Robbie Hart, Ray Quinn (X Factor, Daning On Ice, Grease) as Glen, Cassie Compton (American Psycho, Les Miserables) as Julia, Roxanne Pallett (Emmerdale) as Holly, Ruth Madoc (Hi De Hi!, Benidorm) as Grandma Rosie and Samuel Holmes (Mrs Henderson Presents) as George.

The Wedding Singer 2017 UK Tour is Directed and Choreographed by Nick Winston. Set and Costumes are by Francis O’Connor. Musical Supervision is by Sarah Travis with Musical Direction and Orchestration by George Dyer. Lighting Design is by Ben Cracknell with Sound Design by Richard Brooker. Video Design is by Jack Henry James and Casting by Jim Arnold. The Wedding Singer is produced by Dan Looney, Paulden Hall Productions, Tom O’Connell and Jason Haigh-Ellery.

Get ready to party like its 1985.

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THE WEDDING SINGER UK TOUR

The tour of The Wedding Singer has now concluded.

 

THE WEDDING SINGER UK TOUR

Friday 9 – Saturday 18 February 2017
Leicester, Curve Theatre

Tuesday 21 – Saturday 25 February 2017
Sunderland Empire

Monday 27 February – Saturday 4 March 2017
Cardiff, New Theatre

Tuesday 7 – Saturday 11 March 2017
Dublin, Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

Tuesday 14 – Saturday 18 March 2017
Bristol Hippodrome

Tuesday 21 – Saturday 25 March 2017
Dartford, Orchard Theatre

Tuesday 28 March – Saturday 1 April 2017
Cambridge Corn Exchange

Tuesday 4 – Saturday 8 April 2017
Southampton, Mayflower Theatre

Tuesday 11 – Saturday 15 April 2017
Belfast, Grand Opera House

Tuesday 18 – Saturday 2 April 2017
Glasgow, King’s Theatre

Tuesday 25 – Saturday 29 April 2017
Bradford Alhambra

Tuesday 9 – Saturday 13 May 2017
Nottingham, Theatre Royal

Monday 15 – Saturday 20 May 2017
Manchester, Opera House

Tuesday 23 – Saturday 27 May 2017
Birmingham, Alexandra Theatre

Tuesday 30 – Saturday 3 June 2017
Liverpool Empire

Tuesday 6 – Saturday 10 June
Edinburgh, King’s Theatre

Tuesday 20 – Saturday 24 June 2017
Aberdeen, His Majesty’s Theatre

Tuesday 27 June- Saturday 1 July 2017
Inverness, Eden Court

Tuesday 4 – Saturday 8 July 2017
Blackpool Opera House

Tuesday 11 – Saturday 15 July 2017
High Wycombe, Swan Theatre

18 July – 22 July 2017
Sheffield Lyceum Theatre

Tuesday 25 – Saturday 29 July 2017
Llandudno, Venue Cymru

Tuesday 1 – Saturday 5 August 2017
Bromley, Churchill Theatre

Tuesday 8 – Saturday 12 August 2017
Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Tuesday 15 – Saturday 19 August 2017
Cliffs Pavillion – Southend On Sea

Tuesday 22 – Saturday 26 August 2017
Leeds Grand Theatre

Tuesday 29 August – Saturday 2 September 2017
Brighton Theatre Royal

Tuesday 5 – Saturday 9 September 2017
Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Theatre

Tuesday 12 – Saturday 16 September 2017
Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn

Tuesday 19 – Saturday 23 September 2017
Swansea, Grand Theatre

Tuesday 26 – Saturday 30 September 2017
Portsmouth, King’s Theatre

3 – 7 October 2017
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

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