Full casting has been announced for At Last, It’s Summer! West End Gala Charity concert.
Katherine Kingsley (as ‘Lady Sykes’), Mark Wynter (as ‘Lord Stanwick’), Jac Yarrow (as ‘Archie’), and Cedric Neal (as ‘Gerald’} will complete the principal company.
As previously announced, Louise Dearman will star as ‘Lady Serina Stanwick, Rob Houchen as ‘Count Orilov’, Kelly Mathieson as ‘Lady Alice Stanwick’, Joanna Riding as ‘Countess Orilov’, Gary Wilmot as ‘Mr Wellbeloved’, Gerard Carey as ‘Benny’, Steve Fortune as ‘Sir Garfield Sykes’, Shannon Rewcroft as ‘Francesca’, and with Alan Titchmarsh as the Narrator.
The company will be supported by an ensemble featuring Samantha Bingley, Isabel Canning, Samara Casteallo, Lauren Chia, Julie Cloke, Jordan Cunningham, Philip Day, Nell Martin, Ellie Mitchell, Kody Mortimer, Matt Overfield, Angelo Paragoso, Oliver Ramsdale, Anthony Reed, Chloe Taylor, Samuel Wilson-Freeman.
At Last It’s Summer is a new musical written by Clive Richard Davis, directed by Ian Talbot. Larry Blank orchestrates the sumptuous score and will conduct the 35-piece orchestra. Jack Bennett is Musical Director, Jordan Langford is choreographer, and casting is by Richard Johnston.
The charity gala event is held in support of Parkinsons UK with all ticket sales donated to the charity.
At Last, It’s Summer! will be staged at the London Palladium on Sunday 16 April at 7.30pm.