The Choir of Man will make its return to the West End on 1 October, opening at the Arts Theatre.
The full cast of The Choir Of Man will be led by Ben Norris (writer and original cast member of The Choir of Man, The Archers) as The Poet, Michael Baxter (Les Misérables) as The Maestro and Levi Tyrell-Johnson (making his professional debut) as The Hardman, Owen Bolton (also making his professional debut) as The Beast. In addition to, Jordan Oliver (The Sound of Music) as The Handyman, Lemuel Knights (finalist in The Voice UK) as The Barman and Matt Beveridge (Titanic) as The Romantic. Also staring, Matt Nalton (Jersey Boys) as The Pub Bore and Matt Thorpe (We Will Rock You) as The Joker.
Completing the company are Mark Irwin (The Commitments), Sam Ebenezer (The Mousetrap), Gavin Ryan (West Side Story) and Lucas Koch (Million Dollar Quartet).
The show displays a variety of pop songs from Sia, Adele, Guns & Roses, Avicii and Katy Perry and many more legends, as a group of guys sing and dance in comradery in a pub.
The Choir of Man is created by Nic Doodson and Andrew Kay, with direction by Nic Doodson and with musical supervision, vocal arrangements and orchestrations by Jack Blume. Movement direction and choreography by Freddie Huddleston, monologues written by Ben Norris and set design by Oli Townsend. Additionally, lighting by Richard Dinnen, costumes by Verity Sadler, sound by Sten Severson, casting by Debbie O’Brien, and musical direction by Hollie Cassar.
Performances will recommence on 1 October at the Arts Theatre, with an initial booking period through to 5 February 2023.