Rehearsal Photos released: Ryan Molloy, Cassie Compton, Greg Oliver and Jack Donnelly rehearse the new rock musical “27”, choreographed & directed by Arlene Phillips.
“27” is an intoxicating modern fable of our time, a dark interpretation of one of humanity’s oldest stories. It has music, book and lyrics and is co-directed by Sam Cassidy. “27” will run from Thursday 8th September to Saturday October 22nd in a 6-week season at London’s 170-seat Cockpit Theatre. Press night is Monday 12th September at 7.30pm.
Ryan Molloy holds the record as the longest-running star of a West End musical as Frankie Vallie in “Jersey Boys” for six years. He also played the role on Broadway. He was Horace in the musical Fings Ain’t Wot They Used to Be at Theatre Royal Stratford East, played Tremont ‘Chick With A Dick’ in Jerry Springer the Opera, Steve Strange in Taboo, Judas in Godspell, and Ozzie in On the Town (at the ENO).
Cassie Compton was Jean in the world premiere of American Psycho at the Almeida; Nessarose in Wicked and Elizabeth in Dirty Dancing, both in the West End.
Greg Oliver played Moritz in the musical Spring Awakening, Wolf in After the Turn and Kyle in the world premiere of The Prodigals. As a singer he records as Revilo and he’s also in two other bands, HENRIETTA and Beauty School Dropout.
Jack Donnelly is best known for starring as Jason in Atlantis on BBC1. He was also in Misfits and two series of Threesome. On stage he was in Accomplice at the Menier Chocolate Factory.
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Other cast features Lucy Martin (Jersey Boys, West End); Ryan Gibb (The Committments, West End, Jesus Christ Superstar arena tour); Jodie Jacobs (Rock of Ages, West End, Nancy, Oliver!, Grange Park Opera); Maisie Bawden (The Sound of Music Live, ITV1, The Tempest, Shakespeare’s Globe); Eloise Davies (Bad Girls the Musical, Union); Collette Guitart, Emily Kenwright, Sophie Ayers (We Will Rock You & Looserville, West End); Anthony Selwyn (Hairspray, UK tour); Jason Kajdi, Kristian Cunningham.
Book Tickets from the Box Office: 020 7258 2925
(10.30am – 6pm, Monday – Friday, 12 noon – 6pm, Saturday)
Thursday 8 September to Saturday 22 October
Tuesday – Sunday at 7.30pm
Wednesday & Sunday at 3.00pm
Saturday 24 September & Saturday 22 October at 3.00pm
(No evening show Sunday 25 September)
Previews from Thursday 8 September
Press night Monday 12 September at 7.30pm
Book Tickets: £15.00 (£10.00 concs)