Carl Man to join Laura Pick in Wicked UK tour

Carl Man will join Laura Pick in the upcoming UK tour of smash-hit musicalWicked.

Carl Man, who most recently played Romeo in Max Martin musical & Juliet at the Shaftesbury Theatre London will play ‘Fiyero’, reuniting with Pick’s ‘Elphaba having both appeared in the West End production.

Carl Man said: “When I first got to play ‘Fiyero’ in the West End, it was opposite Laura Pick, so I’m incredibly excited to be reuniting with Laura, and with this phenomenal show. To be given the opportunity to play Fiyero at ten of the UK & Ireland’s most prestigious theatres is a great honour and I can’t wait to get started.”

Carl spent three years in Wicked in the West End, playing ‘Fiyero’ on many occasions. His many other credits include ‘Rory’ in the new musical Proud (Turbine Theatre); ‘Nintendo’ in Starlight Express (The Other Palace Theatre); Tiger Bay The Musical (Wales Millennium Centre); We Will Rock You for Royal Caribbean Cruises; and The Who’s Tommy (The Arts Centre of Coastal Carolina). He made his musical theatre professional debut playing ‘Aladdin’ in Disney’s Aladdin at Disneyland’s Hyperion Theatre in California.

Laura Pick first joined the West End production of Wicked in 2017 and played the leading role of ‘Elphaba’ at more than 350 performances to huge acclaim. Most recently, Laura wowed viewers with a sensational performance of ‘Defying Gravity’ from Wicked on BBC1’s Big Night of Musicals.

Further casting of the UK tour is to be announced.

The UK & Ireland tour of Wicked opens this Christmas at the Edinburgh Playhouse and continues to Bristol, Birmingham, Bradford, Southampton, Liverpool, Dublin, Sunderland, Cardiff, and Manchester.

Wicked continues to play in London’s West End at the Apollo Victoria Theatre with tickets on sale to 2 June 2024.

You can book tickets to the West End production of Wicked here.


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👤 📅11 May 2023
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