Heathers – The Musical The Other Palace Theatre, 12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
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ABOUT Heathers - The Musical
Heathers The Musical is coming to London’s West End in 2018 starring Carrie Hope Fletcher
From dark and traumatic to hilariously camp, Heathers is a heartfelt, yet homicidal new musical based on the 80s cult teen comedy starring Winona Ryder (Stranger Things) and Christian Slater (Mr Robot).
This iconic dark teen comedy is brought to you by the award-winning creative team of Kevin Murphy (Desperate Housewives), Laurence O’Keefe (Legally Blonde) and Andy Fickman (Reefer Madness).
With its moving love story, laugh-out-loud comedy, and unflinching look at the joys and anguish of high school, Heathers will be London’s most popular new musical. Are you in, or are you out?
Heathers – The Musical will run from 3 September 2018 until 24 November 2018 at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London.
WHAT’S THE STORY?
Westerberg High is ruled by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing junta: Heather, Heather, and Heather, the hottest and cruellest girls in all of Ohio.
But misfit Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark and sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place – six feet under.
WHO’S IN IT? HEATHERS THE MUSICAL CAST
The cast is led by Carrie Hope Fletcher in the role of Veronica Sawyer, Jamie Muscato as Jason Dean and Jodie Steele, Sophie Isaacs and T’Shan Williams as the titular Heathers.
Heathers – The Musical has music, lyrics, and a book by Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy.
Directed by Andy Fickman with choreography by Gary Lloyd, design by David Shields, lighting by Ben Cracknell and sound by Dan Samson.
★★★★“Carrie Hope Fletcher dazzles in a thrilling adaptation of the cult film” The Stage
★★★★“Stiletto-sharp and bluntly unsentimental..[this] rebellious musical isn’t just for fans of the film” Telegraph
★★★★“exuberant camp” The Independent
“Heathers nails what made the movie so great” The Guardian