Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat London Palladium, 8 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF
Telephone Bookings: +44 20 7492 1566
ABOUT Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Following a triumphant sold-out season this year, the spectacular new production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat returns to the London Palladium in Summer 2020.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s colourful retelling of the famous biblical story about Joseph, his uncanny dream-deciphering abilities and his flashy jacket, is filled with popular songs, including Close Every Door and Any Dream Will Do.
With casting yet to be announced, this classic musical returns to the West End for a strictly limited season 10-week season from 2 July 2020.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will run from 2 July 2020 until 6 September 2020 at the London Palladium.
WHAT’S THE STORY?
Told entirely through song with the help of the Narrator, the show follows the story of Jacob’s favourite son Joseph and his eleven brothers. After being sold into slavery by the brothers, he ingratiates himself with Egyptian noble Potiphar but ends up in jail after refusing the advances of Potiphar’s wife.
While imprisoned, Joseph discovers his ability to interpret dreams, and he soon finds himself in front of the mighty but troubled showman, the Pharaoh. As Joseph strives to resolve Egypt’s famine, he becomes Pharaoh’s right-hand man and eventually reunites with his family.
WHO’S IN IT? Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat CAST
Full casting to be announced.
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice.
Directed by Laurence Conner with choreography by JoAnn M Hunter, set and costume design by Morgan Large, lighting design by Ben Cracknell and sound design by Gareth Owen.
★★★★★ ‘A technicolor delight’- Metro
★★★★★ ‘A rip-roaring Joseph for the 21st century’- The Sun
★★★★ ‘This Joseph has mojo’- The Times
★★★★ ‘A vibrant slice of all singing, all dancing exuberance’ – Evening Standard
★★★★ ‘Jac Yarrow gives the impression he was born on the Palladium stage.’ – The Guardian
★★★★ ‘A bright, beautiful, brash production’- The Daily Telegraph