Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 2016 Tour Tickets

Last Updated on 12th March 2017

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang on tour in 2016

West Yorkshire Playhouse and Music and Lyrics Limited have announced that they will tour a new production of the beloved musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in 2016.

Based on the classic novel by Ian Fleming and the renown film of the same name, the show features an iconic score by the Sherman Brothers which includes the Academy Award-nominated title song.

This production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will be directed by James Brining, the Artistic Director of the West Yorkshire Playhouse with choreography by Stephen Mear and production design by Simon Higlett.

Caractacus Potts will be played by Jason Manford (The Producers, Sweeney Todd) from 10 February until 24 April, and he will return to the show from 5 October 2016. Lee Mead (Casualty, Legally Blonde, Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat) will play Caractacus Potts from 4 May until 18 September 2016.

Martin Kemp (EastEnders, The Krays) will play the Childcatcher and Amy Griffiths (Everyman, Stephen Ward, The Pajama Game) will play Truly Scrumptious, both until 24 April 2016.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will also feature Phill Jupitus (The Producers, Hairspray) as Lord Scrumptious/Baron Bomburst until 24 April 2016, Michelle Collins (EastEnders, Coronation Street) as Baroness Bomburst, and Andy Hockley (The Phantom Of The Opera) as Grandpa Potts.

Ewen Cummins plays The Toymaker/Mr Coggins, with Sam Harrison as Boris and Scott Paige as Goran, and Kathryn Barnes, Rosanna Bates, Alex Louize Bird, Abigail Climer, Jade Davies, Matt Gillett, Ewan Gillies, Joanna Goodwin, Nathan Vaughan Harris, Christopher D Hunt, Paul Iveson, Nia Jermin, Kelsie-Rae Marshall, Mollie Melia-Redgrave, Perry O’Dea, Matt Overfield, Ross Russell, Craig Turner and Robert Wilkes.

 

 

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG UK TOUR PAST DATES

Wednesday 2 December 2015 – Saturday 30 January 2016
West Yorkshire Playhouse

10 – 21 February 2016
Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

24 February  – 13 March 2016
Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin

16 – 27 March 2016
Grand Opera House, Belfast

30 March – 9 April 2016
Regent Theatre, Stoke

13 – 24 April 2016
Cliffs Pavillion, Southend

4 – 14 May 2016
Milton Keynes Theatre

18 – 29 May 2016
Nottingham Theatre Royal

1 June – 12 June 2016
Theatre Royal, Newcastle

29 June – 17 July 2016
Sheffield Lyceum

20 – 30 July 2016
New Wimbledon Theatre

3 – 21 August 2016
Wales Millenium Centre

24 August – 3 September 2016
Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury

7 – 18 September 2016
Birmingham Hippodrome

21 September – 2 October 2016
Royal and Derngate, Northampton

5 – 16 October 2016
Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

19 – 29 October 2016
King’s Theatre, Glasgow

9 – 19 November 2016
New Victoria Theatre, Woking

6 December 2016 – 15 January 2017
The Lowry, Salford

25 January – 4 February 2017
Bristol Hippodrome

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