The Little Big Things full cast announced, new track released

New West End musical The Little Big Things has revealed final casting for the show, which is opening in September 2023 at @sohoplace theatre.

The show was first announced last month, with Ed Larkin (Doctors, Love and Information) cast as adult Henry, and Jonny Amies (Grantchester, From Here to Eternity) playing the boy Henry.

Also announced in June were the actors playing Henry’s parents – Linzi Hateley (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Mamma Mia! ) as Fran, and Alasdair Harvey (Come From Away, We Will Rock You) as Andrew.

The cast will be rounded out by Jordan Benjamin (Dom), Rebecca Bowden (Surgeon), Jamie Chatterton (Tom), Tom Oliver (Marco), Malinda Parris (Dr Graham), Cleve September (Will) and Amy Trigg (Agnes) with Stephen John Davis, Elena Pitsiaeli, George Salmon, Amy West and Joseph Wolff.

Producers of the show have also released a new track from the musical – ‘Guide You’ – listen here.

Based on the Sunday Times best-selling memoir by Henry Fraser, this new British musical has music by Nick Butcher, lyrics by Nick Butcher and Tom Ling, a book by Joe White, and is directed by Luke Sheppard (& Juliet, My Son’s a Queer).

The show promises to be a life-affirming story of courage, transformation and a reminder that it’s the little things that really do matter the most, set to an explosive theatrical pop soundtrack.

It is based on the life story of Henry Fraser, an avid sportsman and academy player with a premiership Rugby club whose life changed forever in 2009 when he had a diving accident.

The Little Big Things runs at @sohoplace from 2 September to 25 November 2023.

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