WE HAD A BALL!
Kyle Tovey for AKT Management was delighted to Produce the reimagined version of Stiles & Drewe's SOHO CINDERS at The Charing Cross Theatre, London.
Opening in October 2019 to rave reviews for its planned run to December 2019 we were delighted to announce and extension including a cast change taking the production into 2020.
We send deepest thanks to all involved who worked so hard to make it a success. The audience response and support was overwhelming and our gratitude to the 10,000+ audience members that joined us on Old Compton Street is eternal.
Will Keith for Theatre Syndicate London and Starting Over Theatricals Ltd in association with Kyle Tovey for AKT Management present
Music by George Stiles
Lyrics by Anthony Drewe
Book by Anthony Drewe & Elliot Davies
When impoverished student Robbie becomes romantically involved with engaged London Mayoral candidate James Prince, his lap-dancing step-sisters become the least of his problems! James and Robbie's worlds collide, forcing them to fight for their own fairy-tale ending. Celebrating London's most colourful district and mixing politics, sex-scandals and true love, Soho Cinders is a deliciously naughty musical update of the Cinderella story with an infectious score that you'll be humming long past the stroke of midnight!
12+/Parental discretion is advised
Original Cast: Luke Bayer, Millie O'Connell, Lewis Asquith, Tori Hargreaves, Ewan Gillies, Michaela Stern, Natalie Harman, Christopher Coleman, Ben Darcy, Luke Byrne, Danny Lane, Thomas Ball, Melissa Rose, Savannah Reed, Laura Fulgenzi, Jade Bailey.
Extension Cast: Michael Mather, Livvy Evans Lewis Asquith, Tori Hargreaves, Dayle Hodge, Michaela Stern, Hollie Taylor, Robert Grose, Liam Mchugh, Luke Byrne, Thomas Ball, Melissa Rose, Savannah Reed, Laura Fulgenzi, Jade Bailey.
Creative Team: Director Will Keith, Choreographer Adam Haigh, Musical Director Sarah Morrison, Associate Musical Director Joe Louis Robinson, Set Designer Justin Williams, Casting Director Harry Blumenau
HERE’S A LOOK AT WHAT WENT DOWN ON OLD COMPTON STREET