Lara Pulver, Stephen Mangan & Sharon D Clarke

Lara Pulver, Stephen Mangan and Sharon D Clarke board Guys and Dolls at the Royal Albert Hall

Further casting has been announced for Stephen Mear’s production of Guys and Dolls, which runs at the Royal Albert Hall in October.

Olivier award winner Lara Pulver, last seen in Gypsy opposite Imelda Staunton and whose screen credits include Sherlock, will play Sarah Brown, while Green Wing and Episodes actor Stephen Mangan will take on the role of the narrator.

Also joining the cast is Sharon D Clarke (Caroline, Or Change), who stars as General Cartwright, as well as Paul Nicholas (Jesus Christ Superstar) who appears as Arvide Abernathy.

The semi-staged production will see Adrian Lester (BBC series Hustle) star as Sky Masterson, with comedian and stage actor Jason Manford playing Nathan Detroit and cabaret star Meow Meow as Miss Adelaide.

The cast will also include Stephane Anelli, Dan Burton, Cory English, Julian Forsyth, Nia Jermin, Alexis Owen Hobbs, Sévan Stephan, Matthew Whennell-Clark, Davide Fienauri, Stevie Hutchinson, Ross McLaren, Ebony Molina, Jo Morris, Cris Penfold, Jak Skelly, Rachel Stanley and Alexandra Waite-Roberts.

The production marks the first time the musical has ever been performed in its entirety at the Royal Albert Hall and will be directed and choreographed by Stephen Mear, featuring the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.

The classic musical comedy is a sizzling tale of gamblers, gangsters and nightclub singers set in the roaring twenties of New York.

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Guys and Dolls will play three performances from 19 October 2018 until 20 October 2018 at the Royal Albert Hall, London.

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📷 Main photo: Lara Pulver, Stephen Mangan & Sharon D Clarke

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