Get your splurge gun at the ready as Alan Parker’s world famous musical BUGSY MALONE is about to hit London.
Next April, Fat Sam’s Grand Slam comes to Hammersmith to reopen the Lyric after, a multi-million pound redevelopment . Olivier award winning director, Sean Holmes, will bring to life the first professional production in 20 years with a cast of exciting young talent.
Join Bugsy, Blousey and Tallulah for an unforgettable theatrical experience. Get booking today becuase as Fizzy knows…tomorrow never comes.
The Lyric Hammersmith is excited to announce casting for the new stage production of Bugsy Malone. Based on Sir Alan Parker’s acclaimed film, Bugsy Malone will re-open the Lyric Hammersmith following a multi-million pound re-development. The Lyric’s Artistic Director Sean Holmes will bring to life the UK’s first professional stage production of Bugsy Malone in over a decade.
Starring a diverse range of talented young performers, aged 9 to 19, Bugsy Malone will celebrate the spirit of contemporary London. Three different casts will perform the lead roles in rotation.
Bugsy Malone: Sasha Gray, Michael Matias, Daniel Purves
Blousey Brown: Zoe Brough, Thea Lamb, Eleanor Worthington-Cox
Tallulah: Samantha Allison, Sophia Decaro, Asanda Jezile
Fat Sam: Max Gill, James Okulaja, Jenson Steele
Dandy Dan: Oliver Emery, Jaydon Harris-Wallace, Tahj Miles
Fizzy Ashton: Henry Reid, Marley Lockhart, William Wright-Neblett
Lena/Babyface: Jamila Ajadi, Emily Beacock, Leah Levman
Ensemble: Hammed Animashaun, Miles Barrow, Katie Blythe, Isaac Gryn, Ainsley Hall Ricketts, Dominic Harrison, Cristina Hoey, Katie Lee, Jacques Miche, Rachel Moran, Lauran Rae, Lucy Thomas, Dale White, Jermaine Woods
A Lyric Hammersmith Production by arrangement with Warner/Chappell Music Limited
Join Bugsy, Blousey and Tallulah for an unforgettable theatrical experience. Get booking today because, as Fizzy knows… tomorrow never comes.
Bugsy Malone is a 1976 British musical gangster film, directed by Alan Parker. Set in Chicago, the film is broadly based on events from the 1920s to 1931 during the period of Prohibition, specifically the exploits of gangsters such as Al Capone and Bugs Moran, as dramatized in cinema. Using only child actors (with singing voices provided by adults), Parker lightened the subject matter considerably for the children’s market; in the U.S. the film received a G rating.
The film was Parker’s feature-length directorial debut, introduced actor Scott Baio, and featured actress (at age 13) Jodie Foster.
Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Recommended for ages 6+
Booking From: 29th Apr 2015
Booking Until: 1st Aug 2015
Performances: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday 2.30pm
Bugsy Malone Soundtrack (Full OST Album)
Published 24th February 2015