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New images released for From Here To Eternity

From Here To EternityBrand new images for From Here to Eternity, currently running at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London have been released today.

Adapted from James Jones’ classic novel, From Here to Eternity is a gripping tale of illicit love and army life based in pre-World War II Hawaii. The musical unites Tim Rice (lyrics), Stuart Brayson (music) and Bill Oakes (book).  It is directed by Tamara Harvey, designed by Soutra Gilmour and choreographed by Javier de Frutos. Darius Campbell plays Warden, Siubhan Harrison plays Lorene, Robert Lonsdale plays Prewitt, Ryan Sampson plays Maggio and Rebecca Thornhill plays Karen.

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Robert Lonsdale (Prewitt) and Siubhan Harrison (Lorene) Photographer Matt Crockett
Robert Lonsdale (Prewitt) and Siubhan Harrison (Lorene) in From Here to Eternity.
Robert Lonsdale (Prewitt) and cast Photographer Matt Crockett
Robert Lonsdale (Prewitt) and the cast of From Here to Eternity.

 

Robert Lonsdale (Prewitt) and cast Photographer Matt Crockett
Robert Lonsdale (Prewitt) and the cast of From Here to Eternity.
Robert Lonsdale (Prewitt) Photographer Matt Crockett.
Robert Lonsdale (Prewitt) and the cast of From Here to Eternity.
Siubhan Harrison (Lorene) in From Here to Eternity.
Siubhan Harrison (Lorene) in From Here to Eternity.

LISTINGS INFORMATION
Tim Rice and Lee Menzies for Eternity Productions Limited present
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
Based on the novel by James Jones
Lyrics by Tim Rice
Music by Stuart Brayson
Book by Bill Oakes
Director Tamara Harvey
Set and costume designer Soutra Gilmour
Choreographer Javier De Frutos
Orchestrator and musical supervisor David White
Lighting designer Bruno Poet
Sound designer Mick Potter

Friday 24th January 2014

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