Kelsey Grammar to star in Andrew Lippa’s Big Fish at The Other Palace



Kelsey Grammerin Big Fish the musical
Kelsey Grammer to star in Big Fish the musical.

Kelsey Grammer  is to star in a new  production of John August and Andrew Lippa’s Big Fish the musical at The Other Palace from 1 November to 31 December 2017. Tickets go on sale 10am Monday.

Big Fish is based on the novel by Daniel Wallace and  the Columbia pictures screenplay by John August. This new production at The Other Palace  will be the London premiere of the show and marks Kelsey’s London stage debut.Big Fish tickets

Meet Edward Bloom, an ordinary man, and an extraordinary father. He has always told his son tall tales filled with beauty, love and imagination but when his son confronts him about what is make believe, they both discover that the truth is more wonderful than fiction.

Big Fish the musical is a love story that will take you on an exhilarating and heart-warming journey deep into the heart of what it means to be human. Blending fairy-tale, romance and adventure it celebrates the true meaning of life, and reminds us that the love for our family and friends will live on within them, long after we have gone.

Joining Kelsey on stage will be Matt Seadon-Young (Les Misérables, Beautiful, Pride) as ‘Will Bloom’, Frances McNamee (Little Shop of Horrors) as ‘Josephine Bloom’, Forbes Masson (Travesties, Dr.Faustus) as ‘Amos/Don’, Jamie Muscato (Lazarus, Bend it Like Beckham)as ‘Edward’, Laura Baldwin (Shrek, Alice in Wonderland) as ‘Sandra’,  Landi Oshinowo (Shrek, Sister Act) as ‘Witch/Jenny Hill’, Dean Nolan (Fiddler on the Roof) as ‘Karl’, and George Ure (Sweeney Todd, Wicked) as ‘Zaki’. They are joined by Sophie Linder-Lee (The Rocky Horror Show, Wicked), Gemma McMeel (Titanic and Candide) and Jonathan Stewart (Guys and Dolls).

Nigel Harman will directed Big Fish the musical. Nigel said: “When I first encountered the piece I was struck by its depth of humanity and it’s zest for life.  A story that celebrates life in all of its wonders and despairs. A simple tale told in the most extraordinary way. It has been wonderful to revisit the music, book and lyrics with John and Andrew”


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