The Choir of Man 2022 Cast Arts Theatre

The Choir of Man extends to May 2023 at the Arts Theatre

The Choir of Man musical’s success continues!

Producers of the hit show have announced an extension of its West End run at The Arts Theatre in London until 28 May 2023.

The show is an uplifting celebration of community and friendship, featuring 90 minutes of feel-good, foot-stomping entertainment with songs and music from artists including Queen, Luther Vandross, Sia, Paul Simon, Adele, Guns & Roses, Avicii and Katy Perry.

An international hit around the world, the show’s last run at the Arts Theatre was from October 2021 to April 2022 where it received an Olivier nomination for Best Entertainment or Comedy Play.  It returned to the Arts Theatre on 1 October 2022

The company includes actors, musicians, and instrumentalists, including Michael Baxter (Les MisérablesGypsy) as ‘The Maestro’, Ben Norris (writer and original cast of The Choir of Man) as ‘The Poet’, Levi Tyrell-Johnson as ‘The Hardman’, Owen Bolton as ‘The Beast’, Jordan Oliver (The Choir of Man West End, Netherlands, Australia and Korea) as ‘The Handyman’, Lemuel Knights (The Voice UK finalist) as ‘The Barman’, Matt Beveridge (Titanic) as ‘The Romantic’, ‘Matt Nalton (Jersey BoysBeautiful ) as ‘The Pub Bore’ and Matt Thorpe (Jersey BoysWe 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). 

Created by Nic Doodson and Andrew Kay, The Choir of Man is written by Ben Norris and directed by Nic Doodson.

The cast of The Choir of Man

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👤 📅23 November 2022
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