Eugenius! The Musical at The Other Palace Theatre
The Other Palace Theatre, 12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
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Eugenius! The Musical at The Other Palace Theatres
Eugenius! – the most hotly anticipated new musical you’ve never seen – is finally getting its shot at stardom in 2018!
It’s kicking off a strictly limited run at The Other Palace in Victoria, London, and you really have to be there to catch it.
There’s been plenty of underground word-of-mouth, and one ‘concert’ performance – a sold-out, queues-round-the-block, one-nighter at the London Palladium.
But now the show is hitting the big time!
Eugenius! boasts a ton of totally original songs that you’ll go nuts for even on first hearing – Ben Adams and Chris Wilkins have written a show full of instantly addictive hits – and they’ll be buzzing in your brain for the rest of the year.
Plus there’s a sassy script that’ll make you laugh, gasp, sing, cry, and shout ‘Go Eugenius!’ along with everyone else.
This is a show where geeks rule, dreams do come true, and everyone finds the superhero inside themselves – now they know where to look.
Eugenius! The Musical runs from 22 January 2018 until 3 March 3018 at The Other Palace Theatre.
Eugene, a teenage boy whose nightly dreams of a distant world of heroes and villains may just be the ticket to him creating his very own comic book movie in Hollywood. Joined by his best friends ‘Janey’ and ‘Feris’, our comic writing genius must discover the true meaning of growing up, finding the superhero within, saving the world from both earthbound villains and possibly those from distant galaxies, and along the way, falling in love.
The cast features Liam Forde, Laura Baldwin, Daniel Buckley, Ian Hughes, Scott Paige, Cameron Blakely, Shaun Dalton, Melissa James, Alexander Evans, Alison Arnopp, Brian Gilligan, Jacob Fisher, Alex Tranter, Luke Dowling, Rosie Heath, Chloe Chambers and Frances Dee.
Book, music and lyrics by Ben Adams and Chris Wilkins.
Directed by Ian Talbot with choreography by Aaron Renfree, sound design by Gareth Owen, lighting by Andrew Ellis, musical supervision by Stuart Morle, musical direction by Darren Lord, set and costume design by Hannah Wolfe and comic book artwork by Simon Williams (Transformers, Spider Man, Marvel Heroes, The lncredible Hulk).