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Get your boogie shoes ready for the official KC and the Sunshine Band musical.

Don’t miss this riotous new musical about the early years of Harry Wayne Casey – KC, and his journey to international music fame with KC and The Sunshine Band.

Featuring eight West End performers and some of the most iconic dance floor fillers of the 70s, this world premiere celebrates the early life of Harry Casey the King of Disco in a feel-good hour of big laughs and infectious music.

The show features over 20 hit tracks including Give It Up, Please Don’t Go, Get Down Tonight, Boogie Shoes and That’s the Way (I Like It).

Who Do Ya Love? is playing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2024, at the Assembly George Square Studios from 31 July to 25 August 2024. There’s no current news of a London transfer for the show, but check back for details or sign-up for alerts.

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Age restrictions
8+

Who is in the cast of Who Do Ya Love??

Starring Peter Camilleri as Orly, Paige Fenlon as Dee, Fionán O’Carroll as Harry, and Annabelle Terry as Gina. Ensemble members include Lydia Bell, Evan Taylor Benyacar, Ashley St John, and Sheehan Parsons.

Who are the creative team of Who Do Ya Love??

Written by J F Lawton, Developed with Harry Wayne Casey

Directed and choreographed by Lisa Stevens

Music supervisor Mark Crossland, Set and costume design by Tom Rogers, Lighting design by Gillian Tan, Sound design by Chris Whybrow, Assistant choreographer Demmileigh Foster, Casting by Anne Vosser, and Production manager Chris Buffham.

Produced by ATG Productions, CTK Enterprises for Harry Wayne Casey, Gavin Kalin Productions, LPO, and Dudley Hinton Productions.


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The age recommendations for Who Do Ya Love? are: 8+

News about Who Do Ya Love?

Casting announced for official KC and the Sunshine Band musical Who Do Ya Love?
Casting announced for official KC and the Sunshine Band musical Who Do Ya Love?
The producers of new musical Who Do Ya Love? have released casting for the show, which celebrates the early life of Harry Wayne Casey - the King of Disco from KC and the Sunshine Band. Billed as the official KC and the Sunshine Band musical, the show is premiering at the Edinburgh Fringe this summer. The show stars eight West End performers, and a succession of iconic dance floor hits of the 1970s. The cast includes Paige Fenlon (Pretty Woman) as Dee, Fionán O’Carroll (The Rocky Horror Show) as Harry, Annabelle Terry (Whatshername) as Gina, and recent Royal Academy of Music graduate Peter Camilleri as Orly. The ensemble includes Lydia Bell, Evan Taylor Benyacar, Ashley St John, and Sheehan Parsons. This feel-good hour of big laughs and infectious music includes over 20 KC and the Sunshine Band hits including Give It Up, Please Don't Go, Get Down Tonight, Boogie Shoes and That's the Way (I Like It). Written by J F Lawton and developed with Harry Wayne Casey, Who Do Ya Love? is directed and choreographed by Lisa Stevens (The Witches of Eastwick, Mary Poppins, and Spamalot). The creative team also includes Music supervisor Mark Crossland, Set and costume design by Tom Rogers, Lighting design by Gillian Tan, Sound design by Chris Whybrow, Assistant choreographer Demmileigh Foster, Casting by Anne Vosser, and Production manager Chris Buffham. The show is produced by ATG Productions, CTK Enterprises for Harry Wayne Casey, Gavin Kalin Productions, LPO, and Dudley Hinton Productions. Who Do Ya Love? is playing at the Assembly George Square Studios in Edinburgh from 31 July to 25 August 2024. There's no current news of a London transfer or UK tour for the show. More about tickets to Who Do Ya Love?

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