42nd Street starring Ruthie Henshall – in pictures

First look photos are in for the UK revival of 42nd Street starring Ruthie Henshall, Adam Garcia and Les Dennis.

The much-loved musical is a timeless and inspiring showbiz fairy tale that combines breath-taking tap dance routines, backstage intrigue, classic romance and delightful comedy to dazzling effect.

Olivier Award-winning actress Ruthie Henshall plays ‘past her prime prima donna’ Dorothy Brock, alongside Adam Garcia as Broadway director Julian Marsh and Nicole-Lily Baisden as ‘fresh off the bus’ ingenue Peggy Sawyer. Les Dennis plays Bert Barry the fictional show’s writer and producer.

Fresh off the bus from small-town America, young and beautiful Peggy Sawyer arrives in New York City dreaming of her name in lights. She quickly catches the eye of a big-time director Julian Marsh and lands a spot in the chorus line of Broadway’s newest show…and when the leading lady Dorothy Brock gets injured, Peggy gets her shot at stardom.

This iconic song-and-dance spectacular features a hit parade of toe-tapping songs, including the title number, “We’re In The Money”, “Lullaby of Broadway”, “Shuffle Off To Buffalo” and “I Only Have Eyes For You”.

The cast also features Josefina Gabrielle as Maggie Jones, Sam Lips as Billy Lawlor and Michael Praed as Pat Denning with Erica-Jayne Alden, George Beet, Charlie Bishop, Kevin Brewis, Olly Christopher, Briana Craig, Jordan Crouch, Rhianna Dorris, Ashleigh Graham, Alyn Hawke, Aimee Hodnett, Connor Hughes, Deja Linton, Sarah-Marie Maxwell, Greta McKinnon, Ben Middleton, Benjamin Mundy, Anthony Ofoegbu and Jessica Wright.

The production plays at Curve, Leicester until Saturday 3rd June, followed by a season at Sadler’s Wells, Londonfrom Wednesday 7th June 2023.

Book tickets to 42nd Street at Sadler’s Wells London.

Production photos for 42nd Street

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