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Rehearsal images released for semi-staged version of Carousel

Central l-r Nicholas Lyndhurst, Alfie Boe, Katherine Jenkins & Brenda Edwards with members of the cast - Photo by Craig Sugden
Central l-r Nicholas Lyndhurst, Alfie Boe, Katherine Jenkins & Brenda Edwards with members of the cast – Photo by Craig Sugden

The cast for Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel, the third production in the partnership between The GradeLinnit Company and English National Opera (ENO), comprises Katherine Jenkins (Julie Jordan), Alfie Boe (Billy Bigelow), Nicholas Lyndhurst (Star Keeper), Derek Hagen (Jigger Craigin), Alex Young (Carrie Pipperidge), Brenda Edwards (Nettie Fowler), Gavin Spokes (Enoch Snow), Susan Kyd (Mrs Mullin), Amy Everett (Louise), Davide Fienauri (Carnival Boy) and Martyn Ellis (Mr Bascombe).

Lonny Price will direct the season of 41 performances at ENO’s London Coliseum. Beginning on 7 April 2017, with press night on 11 April 2017 at 7pm, the final performance in this strictly limited five-week run takes place on 13 May 2017. ENO award-winning 40-piece orchestra and chorus, conducted by David Charles Abell, will accompany the cast in this semi-staged version. Tickets for Carousel are £12 – £110, with over 100 available at £12 for every performance.

Further cast members are Bruce Aguilar Rohan, Thomas Audibert, Will Barratt, Jay Bryce, Danielle Cato, Jacob Chapman, Nolan Edwards, Alexander Evans, Lizzi Franklin, Alice Jane, Tessa Kadler, Hannah Kenna Thomas, Jasmine Leung, Molly Lynch, Leisha Mollyneaux, Rachel Muldoon, Saori Oda, Kane Oliver Parry, Daniel Perry, Alastair Postlethwaite, Joseph Poulton, Verity Quade, Genevieve Taylor, James Titchener, Adam Vaughan, Matthew Whennell-Clark and Anna Woodside.

When the charming Carousel Barker, Billy Bigelow, falls in love with Julie Jordan, little do they realise that their relationship will end in tragedy. Fifteen years after getting caught up in an armed robbery, Billy gets the chance to redeem his past and restore pride to his family.

Carousel is presented by Michael Linnit and Michael Grade with English National Opera who have previously produced together the critically acclaimed seasons of Sweeney Todd with Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel and Sunset Boulevard with Glenn Close. The GradeLinnit Company are currently producing 42nd Street, to open March 2017 at The Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

LISTINGS INFORMATION
Theatre: English National Opera, London Coliseum, St Martin’s Lane, London WC2N 4ES
Dates: 7 April – 13 May 2017 (press night 11 April 2017 at 7pm)
Performances: Monday – Saturday at 7.30pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2.30pm
Katherine Jenkins will not be performing on Tuesday 18 April 2017 – the role of Julie Jordan will be played by Molly Lynch.

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