Bakers, welcome to the tent! Pre-heat the oven to 2022 degrees because Great British Bake Off- The Musical is coming to the stage!
Show-stopping new comedy musical Great British Bake Off – The Musical perfectly reimagines the nation’s favourite baking show in this funny and charming musical comedy.
Starring a fabulous cast including John Owen Jones , Rosemary Ashe, Claire Moore and Damian Humbly, prepare to follow the baking highs and lows of a group of contestants, the judges and presenters as Bake Off comes to the stage!
What’s Great British Bake Off about?
We follow eight amateur baking contestants as they compete to impress two iconic judges and battle their way to be crowned champion Star Baker. Each with their own stories to tell, the audience is taken on a heart-warming journey as the contestant’s face trials, tribulations and baking failures along the way.
Who’s in the cast of Great British Bake Off – The Musical?
The cast is led by West End and Broadway star John Owen Jones [Les Misèrables, The Phantom of the Opera) and West End favourite Rosemary Ashe (The Phantom of The Opera, Les Misérables, Oliver! The Witches of Eastwick) as the judges; and TV actor Jaye Jacobs (Holby City, Waterloo Road) and Scott Paige (The Addams Family) as the Presenters.
Other cast playing the contestants include Catriana Sanderson (Evita, We Will Rock You), Charlotte Wakefield (The Boy In A Dress, Crazy For You, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Claire Moore (Mary Poppins, The Girls), Damian Humbly (Local Hero, Merrily We Roll Along, Hedda Gabler), Jay Saighal (Hedda Gabler), Michael Cahill (Martin Guerre, Les Misérables, Starlight Express, Joseph), Simbi Akande (Prince of Egypt], and Aharon Rayner.
Who are the creatives?
Great British Bake Off – The Musical has an original score by Jake Brunger and Pippa Cleary (The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13¾), is directed by multi award-winning Rachel Kavanaugh and designed by Alice Power.
Reviews of Great British Bake Off - The Musical"A sugar-and-spice recipe with no soggy bottoms" - The Times
"Terrific showstoppers" - The Telegraph