Death Note The Musical - at the London Palladium. Photo by Mark Senior

Death Note The Musical – Watch the trailer

Extra performance added

A trailer has landed for the big-budget concert version of Death Note The Musical – coming to the Lyric Theatre in September 2023.

The show was a wild success at the London Palladium last week, and is now travelling over to Shaftesbury Avenue’s Lyric Theatre from 7 to 10 September 2023 for a further West End run.

The producers have also announced that an extra date has gone on sale – with a performance added on Friday 8 September 2023 matinee.

The cast will include George Maguire (Bonnie and Clyde, Sunny Afternoon) as Ryuk, with Aimie Atkinson (Pretty Woman The Musical) as Rem, Rachel Clare Chan as Sayu, Christian Ray Marbella (Miss Saigon) as Soichiro, Jessica Lee (Miss Saigon) as Misa, Joaquin Pedro Valdes (Disney’s The Lion King) as Light, Dean John-Wilson (The King and I) as L, and Carl Man (Wicked) as the alternate L.

The ensemble features Boaz Chad, Patrick Munday, Charlotte Coggin, Jade Copas, Eu Jin Hwang, Yojiro Ichikawa, Deena Kapadia, David Kar-Hing Lee, Jasmine Leung, Jojo Meredith, Marcel Li-Ping, Janine Somcio.

Death Note The Musical is based on the best-selling “Death Note” Japanese manga series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, and boasts music by Frank Wildhorn (Bonnie & Clyde, Jekyll & Hyde), lyrics by Jack Murphy (The Civil War) and book by Ivan Menchell (Bonnie & Clyde, The Nanny).

Directed and choreographed by Nick Winston, the show had its world premiere in Tokyo Japan in 2015, and has also wowed audiences in Korea.

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📷 Main photo: Death Note The Musical - at the London Palladium. Photo by Mark Senior

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