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FASHION VICTIM THE MUSICAL at May Fair Theatre

Fashion Victim The MusicalFashion Victim the Musical makes its West End transfer with a 2 week run at the suitably glamorous May Fair Theatre from 1st – 12th April.

A thoroughly modern morality tale set in the cut throat world of la mode… Boo, hiss or cheer – as you see fit – the chutzpah of Mimi Steele in this story of laughs, love and sharp practices in the cutting edge world of fashion.

Taking the role of the show’s MC and celebrity stylist Jake D. Spangle is Jonathan D. Ellis, with a wealth of musical theatre experience from Phantom of the Opera to a recent spell in Les Miserables. Among his numerous other credits are Coronation Street and Batman Begins.

Returning to direct is Robert McWhir, Artistic Director of the Landor Theatre, whose current production of “She Loves Me” has received 4 prestigious Offie Award nominations.

Show starts at 8pm with a 7pm start for Sunday performances.
1st – 12th April 2015 with Press Night on 1st April

May Fair Theatre
The May Fair Hotel
Stratton Street
Mayfair, London W1J 8LT

Tickets £20 (£10 concessions)
Available at www.fashionvictimthemusical.com

All profits from the Opening Night of Fashion Victim -The Musical on Wednesday April 1st will be donated to the Terrence Higgins Trust.

Cast & Crew
Writer – Toby Rose
Director – Robert McWhir
Musical Director – Michael Webborn
Lighting Designer – Adam Puckey
Video Content – Maximillien Spielbichier

Jake D Spangle – Jonathan D Ellis
Mimi Steele – Rosie Glossop
Cedric Chevalier – Matthew Wellman
Kitty Bogard – Sophie May Whitfield
Tarquin Brockhutch – Adam Redford

Wednesday 11th March 2015

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