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January 14, 2015

Calamity Jane 2015 Tour Dates

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The current tour of Calamity Jane recommences next week at the Bath Theatre Royal. Calamity Jane can outrun and outshoot any man in Deadwood. Hard, boastful and desperate to impress, she travels to Chicago to recruit a star, Adelaide Adams, for the Deadwood Stage. But things don’t go too smoothly for Calamity, as everyone in town favours the new girl and she struggles to keep her jealousy and pride in check. It takes her long-standing enemy Wild Bill Hickok to make her see sense, and realise her Secret Love… Calamity Jane has an Oscar nominated score that includes The Black Hills of Dakota, The Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away), Just Blew in from the Windy City and the award-winning song Secret Love. Jodie Prenger plays Calamity Jane. Jodie is perhaps best known for winning the role of Nancy in the BBC series I'd Do Anything which led to her playing the role in Oliver! at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Her other stage credits include Spamalot on tour as The Lady Of The Lake, and One Man, Two Guvnors in the West End and On Tour. Joining Jodie will be Tom Lister (Water Babies, Emmerdale) as Wild Bill Hickok, Alex Hammond (Taboo, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers)  as Danny and Phoebe Street as Katie Brown.

The rest of the company includes Anthony Dunn as ‘Henry Miller’, Sioned Saunders as ‘Susan’, Rob Delaney as ‘Francis Fryer’, Christina Tedders as ‘Adelaide Adams’, Paul Kissaun as ‘Rattlesnake’, Jon Bonner as ‘Doc’, Martin McCarthy as ‘Joe’, Matthew James Hinchliffe as ‘Buck’ and Jamie Noar as ‘Hank’.

Calamity Jane is directed by Nikolai Foster, musical supervision and orchestrations by Catherine Jayes, choreography by Nick Winston, set and costume design by Matthew Wright, lighting design by Richard G Jones and sound design by Sebastian Frost.

Calamity Jane 2015 Tour Dates

19 – 24 January

Bath Theatre Royal

27 – 31 January

Orchard Theatre, Dartford

3 - 7 February

The Alhambra Theatr

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 10 - 14 February

York Grand Opera House

17 - 21 February

New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

23 – 28 February

Eastbourne Congress Theatre

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 3 - 7 March

Sunderland Empire

10 – 14 March Regent Theatre, Stoke 17 – 21 March

New Theatre Wimbledon

24 – 28 March

Palace Theatre, Manchester

31 March - 4 April

Kings Theatre, Portsmouth

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 14 – 18 April

Wycombe Swan Theatre

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 28 April - 2 May Theatre Royal Brighton 5 – 9 May

Empire Theatre, Liverpool

12 - 16 May

Darlington Civic Theatre

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 19 - 23 May

Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 26 - 30 May

Buxton Opera House

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 9 – 13 June

New Theatre Oxford

16 – 20 June

Kings Theatre Glasgow

23 - 27 June

Grand Theatre and Opera House, Leeds

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 30 June - 4 July

Leicester Curve

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 7 - 11 July

Hull New Theatre

14 - 18 July

Perth Concert Hall

21-25 July

Sands Centre, Carlisle

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 28 July - 1 Aug

Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells

BUY TICKETS ONLINE 4 - 8 Aug

Richmond Theatre

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Covent Garden
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The British Theatre website has been established to celebrate the rich and diverse theatrical culture of the United Kingdom.  Our ethos revolves around encouraging and nurturing the performing arts in all its forms. The spirit of theatre is very much alive and the British Theatre website is at the forefront of delivering news and information to audiences and enthusiasts everywhere. Our team of theatre journalists and reviewers are working hard to cover productions and news.


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