Dr Ranj Singh to play the role of Lance in &Juliet UK & Ireland Tour

The producers of the global sensation & JULIET are delighted to announce that Dr Ranj Singh will make his musical theatre debut playing the role of Lance in the upcoming UK and Ireland tour. The UK and Ireland tour opens at Manchester Opera House on 8 July 2024.

Dr Ranj Singh to play the role of Lance in &JulietHe joins the previously announced Matt Cardle as Shakespeare, Gerardine Sacdalan as Juliet, Lara Denning as Anne, Sandra Marvin as Angelique, Jack Danson as Romeo, Kyle Cox as Francois and Jordan Broatch as May.

Also in the cast are Michael Nelson as Henry, Liam Morris as Richard, Jade Johnson as Nell / Lady C, Rosie Singha as Judith, Nia Stephen as Imogen, Psalms-Nissi Myers-Reid as Lucy/Alternate Juliet, Andilé Mabhena as Augustine / Dance Team, Harriet Caplan-Dean as Eleanor, Alexander Kranz as Lennox, Aaron Shales as Gregory / Dance Team, Toni Paise as Violet and Samuel Wilson-Freeman as Fletcher / Resident Director and Dance Captain.

Dr Ranj Singh said “I am absolutely overjoyed to be making my musical theatre debut in & Juliet, a show I’ve been a fan of since it first opened. I know it’s a bit of a change from my usual work, but not many people will know how hard I’ve been working behind the scenes to make this happen, and it’s an absolute dream come true. I can’t wait to work with the incredible Luke Sheppard and the entire creative team and have the time of my life this year, showing the UK what I’m made of alongside an exceptionally talented and diverse cast. Bring it on!

Dr Ranj Singh is one of the country’s most recognised and well-loved medics and TV presenters, with a career ranging from NHS doctor, to author, to musical theatre star.

His foray into music and dance started in 2018, when Dr Ranj swapped his scrubs for sequins as a BBC Strictly Come Dancing contestant, partnered with Janette Manrara. The dancing duo also took part in the subsequent Strictly Live Tour in 2019. Then at the start of 2021, Dr Ranj’s performance on ITV All Star Musicals roused the nation and received high praise from the judges, including Elaine Paige herself. This led to him starring in his own sold-out West End show Scrubs to Sparkles later that year, alongside a host of famous faces.

He is the co-creating presenter of BAFTA-award-winning CBeebies series, Get Well Soon. He is one of the resident doctors on BBC1’s hugely successful series Morning Live and was a regular presenter on ITV This Morning. He has fronted a range of TV shows, including ITV’s primetime series Save Money: Good Health, Save Money: Lose Weight and Dr Ranj: On Call; the W Channel’s Extreme Food Phobics; and was crowned winner of Season 2 of Cooking With The Stars.

Off air, he writes for numerous magazines and websites where he gives expert opinion and advice on physical and mental health matters. Dr Ranj is also the resident doctor for Attitude magazine and has published several books including two Sunday Times Best-Sellers, Save Money Lose Weight and How To Grow Up And Feel Amazing!.

There is life after Romeo!

Get whisked away on a fabulous journey as Juliet ditches her famous ending for a fresh beginning and a second chance at life and love—her way. Created by David West Read, the Emmy-winning writer from “Schitt’s Creek,” this hilarious new musical flips the script on the greatest love story ever told and asks, what would happen next if Juliet didn’t end it all over Romeo?

Juliet’s new story bursts to life through a playlist of pop anthems as iconic as her name, including Britney Spears’ “…Baby One More Time,” Katy Perry’s “Roar” and chart toppers “Since U Been Gone,” “It’s My Life,” “I Want It That Way,” and “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” — all from Max Martin, the genius songwriter/producer behind more #1 hits than any other artist this century, and his collaborators. Break free of the balcony scene and get into this romantic comedy that proves there’s life after Romeo. The only thing tragic would be missing it.

2024 / 2025 TOUR SCHEDULE

8 – 20 July Manchester Opera House

23 – 27 July Blackpool Opera House 0844 770 0593

30 July – 3 August Norwich Theatre Royal 01603 630 000

13 – 24 August Glasgow Kings Theatre

2 – 7 September Oxford New Theatre

9 – 21 September Sunderland Empire

23 – 28 September Hull New Theatre 01482 300306

30 September – 5 October Plymouth Theatre Royal 01752 267222

7 – 12 October Wolverhampton Grand 01902 42 92 12

14 – 19 October Canterbury Marlowe Theatre 01227 787787

28 October – 2 November Liverpool Empire Theatre

5 – 9 November Southampton Mayflower Theatre 02380 711 811

12 – 16 November Edinburgh Playhouse

18 – 30 November Leeds Grand Theatre 0113 243 0808

15 – 25 January 2025 Bristol Hippodrome

27 January – 1 February New Wimbledon Theatre

4 – 8 February Aberdeen His Majesty’s Theatre

17 – 22 February Leicester Curve 0116 242 3595

25 February – 8 March Dublin Bord Gais Energy Theatre 0818719377 (ROI)
bordgaisenergytheatre.ie 08442485101 (UK)

11 – 15 March Woking New Victoria Theatre

24 – 29 March Bradford Alhambra Theatre 01274 432000

31 March – 12 April Milton Keynes Theatre

14 – 19 April Nottingham Theatre Royal 0115 989 5555

21 April – 3 May Birmingham Hippodrome 0844 338 5000

5 – 10 May Southend Cliffs Pavilion 0343 310 0030

12 – 17 May Stoke Regent Theatre

20 May – 31 May Sheffield Lyceum Theatre 0114 249 6000

2 – 7 June Newcastle Theatre Royal 0191 232 7010

10 – 14 June Truro Hall for Cornwall 01872 262 466

16 – 28 June Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre 029 2063 6464

Further venues to be announced.

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