Hayden Tee Joins New Cast Of Matilda London From September 2018

Last Updated on 17th August 2021

Hayden Tee will join the cast of Matilda the musical London as Miss Trunchbull from September along with other new cast members.

Hayden Tee joins Matilda London as Miss Trunchbull
Hayden Tee

Matilda the musical London has announced that Hayden Tee will play Miss Trunchbull alongside Rob Compton and Holly Dale Spencer as Mr and Mrs Wormwood. Hayden will perform for the first time on 11 September 2018.

Gina Beck will continue to play Miss Honey, having joined the company in September 2017.

Isobel Hubble and Francesca McKeown wil join Sarah Munday and Olivia Wells in sharing the title role of Matilda.

The other young performers announced today join the London company in the three teams who play the roles of Bruce, Lavender, Amanda and the rest of the pupils at Crunchem Hall and are as follows: Lois Abercrombie, Tom Brown, Emilia Bosi, Toby Brandon, Quincy Miller-Cole, Lottie Cook, Imogen Darwen, Jimmy Fordham Reed, Clara Freeman Alves, Stella Haden, Jobe Hart, Noah Leggott, Archie Lewis, Henry Littell, Austen Phelan, Marley Quinlan-Gardner, Daisy Statham, Cherry Vaughn-White and Rochelle Wyatt.

Jacob Bland, Mia Byers, Sadie Victoria Lim, Asher Ezequiel, Darmani Eboji and Sam Winser will continue in the roles of Bruce, Lavender, Amanda and the pupils at Crunchem Hall.

Take a look at this great new video which sees the four Matildas run away and join Gifford’s Circus for a day.

Matilda is now playing it’s seventh year in the West End and is booking until 20 October 2019 at the Cambridge Theatre. The Matilda UK Tour continues.

BOOK NOW FOR MATILDA AT THE CAMBRIDGE THEATRE

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