About White Christmas

Dominion Theatre, London
Booking to 3 January 2015
No longer booking

Spectacular Christmas musical Irving Berlin’s White Christmas comes to the Dominion Theatre featuring Irving Berlin’s classic songs and starring Aled Jones and Tom Chambers.

IN LONDON FOR 8 WEEKS ONLY

Enjoy an unforgettable Christmas this year with a trip to see the festive feel-good musical White Christmas based on the much loved film.

This spectacular Christmas production stars former boy soprano and TV personality Aled Jones, Strictly Come Dancing and Top Hat star Tom Chambers and Coronation Street’s Wendi Peters, alongside a cast of 30 actors and singers.

A little mischief, a few misunderstandings and a whole lot of romance are the perfect excuse for a magical evening of laughter, tears, breathtaking dance numbers and some of the greatest songs ever written.

Don’t miss this West End premiere of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas at the Dominion Theatre in London for a strictly limited eight-week season.

THE STORY

Irving Berlin’s WHITE CHRISTMAS tells the story of two ex-army pals as they team up with a pair of sisters to put on a show to save a remote Vermont ski lodge that’s fallen on hard times.

CAST

An all-star cast includes Aled Jones as Bob Wallace, Tom Chambers as Phil Davis, Wendi Peters as Martha, Graham Cole as General Waverley, Rachel Stanley as Betty Haynes and Louise Bowden as Judy Haynes.

REVIEWS

“A big glittery greeting card of a show” The Times
“A live orchestra, wonderful chorus, lavish scenery and stylish costumes are the icing on the Christmas cake” Whats On Stage

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Show Information

Performance dates
Booking to 3 January 2015

Important Notes

Running Time: 2 hours 40 minutes


Venue Information

Dominion Theatre, 268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ
Nearest Tube or Train: Tottenham Court Road (Central line, Northern line)
Nearest Buses: 7, 8, 10, 14, 14A, 19, 22, 24, 25, 29, 38, 40, 73, 176
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White Christmas cast announced for Dominion Theatre
White Christmas cast announced for Dominion Theatre
The cast has been announced for the West End production of White Christmas at the Dominion Theatre [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="590"] White Christmas at the Dominion Theatre[/caption] Rehearsals have kicked off this week ahead of the opening of WHITE CHRISTMAS at the Dominion Theatre. This festive treat opens on 8 November 2014 for a strictly limited 8 week season until 3 January 2015. The full cast of the show has now been announced, led by TV host Aled Jones as Bob Wallace, Top Hat star and Strictly winner Tom Chambers as Phil Davis, Coronation Street's Wendi Peters as Martha, plus Graham Cole as General Waverley, Rachel Stanley as Betty Haynes and Louise Bowden as Judy Haynes. Other cast include Lori Haley Fox, Michelle Bishop, Phil Cole, Brendan Cull and Jonathan Halliwell. Also in the cast are Vikki-Marie Ryan, Lucinda Lawrence, Karen Aspinall, Emma Caffrey, Hayley Reed, Helen Patching, Vicki Davids, Jennifer Davison, Grace Holdstock, Ross McLaren, Joshua Lay, Matt Cheney, Jonny Labey, Anthony Whiteman, Eddie Myles, Stuart Winter, Matt Clark and Gary Murphy. Amy Snudden, Emily Robins, Sophia Pettet and Tatum Confrey will alternate the role of Susan. An 18-piece orchestra will accompany the cast, singing some much-loved songs including Let Yourself Go, Sisters, The Best Things Happen When You’re Dancing, Snow, Count Your Blessings, Blue Skies, Love You Didn’t Do Right By Me, How Deep Is The Ocean, I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm and, of course, the title song, White Christmas. Irving Berlin’s classic musical White Christmas is the tale of two ex-army pals who team up with a pair of sisters to put on a show to save their former General’s remote Vermont ski lodge that's fallen on hard times. With music and lyrics by Irving Berlin and a book by David Ives and Paul Blake, White Christmas is directed by Morgan Young and choreographed by Randy Skinner. The Dominion Theatre, which has recently reopened after refurbishment, is currently hosting Andrew Lloyd Webber's EVITA starring Marti Pellow until 1 November. BOOK Book tickets to White Christmas at the Dominion Theatre
Irving Berlin’s White Christmas to play the Dominion this Christmas
Irving Berlin’s White Christmas to play the Dominion this Christmas
Irving Berlin's White Christmas to play the Dominion Theatre for Christmas 2014 [caption id="" align="alignright" width="240"] Tom Chambers in WHITE CHRISTMAS. Photo: Mike Urwin[/caption] TV presenter and former boy soprano Aled Jones is to make his West End debut this Christmas in a revival of Irving Berlin's classic White Christmas. Also starring in the limited season at the Dominion Theatre is Tom Chambers, who won Strictly Come Dancing and starred in Top Hat in the West End. Aled Jones plays Bob Wallace in the show, with Tom Chambers as Phil Davis. This will be the show's West End premiere and will re-open the newly refurbished Dominion Theatre on 8 November 2014 for a limited eight-week run until 3 January 2015. A 30-strong cast and 17-strong orchestra will feature in the show, with other cast including Wendi Peters as Martha, Graham Cole as General Waverley, Rachel Stanley as Betty Haynes and Louise Bowden as Judy Haynes. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="140"] Aled Jones in WHITE CHRISTMAS. Photo: Alastair Muir[/caption] The show is based on the movie classic which starred Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera Ellen and has music and lyrics by Irving Berlin and a book by David Ives and Paul Blake. Irving Berlin's White Christmas was originally directed on Broadway by Walter Bobbie, and will be directed at the Dominion by Morgan Young with choreography by Randy Skinner. White Christmas will run from 8 November 2014 to 3 January 2015. BOOK Book tickets to White Christmas at the Dominion Theatre in London  

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