Only Fools And Horses The Musical at the Theatre Royal Haymarket Theatre Royal Haymarket, 8 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4HT
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ABOUT Only Fools And Horses The Musical
Only Fools And Horses The Musical is coming to London’s West End
One of Britain’s most iconic TV sitcoms Only Fools and Horses is coming to London’s West End in a new musical stage adaptation by Jim Sullivan and Paul Whitehouse.
Based on the hit comedy starring David Jason as ambitious market trader Derek “Del Boy” Trotter and Nicholas Lyndhurst as his younger brother Rodney, expect to see all your favourite characters in this new musical comedy.
Only Fools And Horses The Musical will run from 9 February 2019 until 22 June 2019 at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London.
Take a trip back to 1989 and get reacquainted with Britain’s most loveable rogues, as the Trotters of Peckham are brought to life once again through an ingenious and hilarious original score.
Paul Whitehouse takes centre stage as Grandad, uniting Del Boy and Rodney in this unique showstopper that features cherished material from the TV series, the laughs, dodgy dealings and unforgettable moments to boot.
See Del Boy looking to find love, Rodney and Cassandra preparing to get married, Boycie and Marlene giving parenthood one final shot and Grandad taking stock of his life.
WHO’S IN IT? Only Fools And Horses The Musical CAST
The cast features Paul Whitehouse (Grandad), Tom Bennett (Del Boy), Ryan Hutton (Rodney), Dianne Pilkington (Raquel), Pippa Duffy (Cassandra), Jeff Nicholson (Boycie), Samantha Seager (Marlene), Peter Baker (Trigger), Adrian Irvine (Denzil), Pete Gallagher, Adam Venus, Chris Keily, Oscar Conlon-Morrey, Melanie Marshall, Andy Mace, Chris Bennett, Lee Van Geleen, Lisa Bridge, Andrew Bryant, Samantha Lane and Bradley John.
Based on the programme ‘Only Fools and Horses’ written by John Sullivan with additional music by John Sullivan & Chas Hodges. Only Fools And Horses The Musical is written by Paul Whitehouse and Jim Sullivan and is directed by Caroline Jay Ranger. This production is fully endorsed by the Sullivan estate.