Adrian Mole tickets are back in London for summer school.
Britain's favourite teenage intellectual has returned to the London stage. The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13 3/4 tickets will bring this well-meaning but hilariously clueless star to a whole new generation of theatregoers. If you're as smart as Adrian thinks he is, you'll book your Adrian Mole tickets now to guarantee your seat at the Ambassadors Theatre transfer.
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13 3/4 the musical
Based on Sue Townsend's best selling book, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13 3/4 had incredibly successful runs at both the Curve in Leicester in 2015, and at the Menier Chocolate Factory in London in 2017. Now Adrian has landed back in the West End for a strictly limited run from 15 June to 28 September at the West End's Ambassadors Theatre.
"I have a problem. I am an intellectual, but at the same time I am not very clever." - Adrian Mole
This classic tells the story of our misunderstood protagonist, poet and intellectual Adrian Mole. Our story has classic themes, teenage angst, family trouble and the inevitable unrequited love. As Mole struggles with dysfunctional parents and mounting debt to the school bully, and a particularly bad spot on his chin, a new girl moves into the class and his heart. Will Pandora come between Adrian and his best friend? Will Adrian win her heart? Can he ever escape his chaotic home life?
The team behind Adrian Mole the musical
Adrian Mole is one of the most loved comedy characters of all time. Our unfortunate, hilarious, misunderstood teenager captured the feeling of 1980s Britain, and our hearts. Sue Townsend's novel provided the basis for the show which was given its book and lyrics by Jake Brunger with lyrics by Pippa Cleary. The show is directed by Luke Sheppard.
Who is starring in the West End Adrian Mole musical?
The adult cast for the Ambassadors Theatre London transfer of The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole is set to star Rosemary Ashe as Grandma, John Hopkins as Mr Lucas/Mr Scruton, Lara Denning as Miss Elf/Doreen Slater, Ian Talbot OBE as Bert Baxtor, Andrew Langtree as George, John Hopkins as Mr Lucas/Mr Scruton, and Matthew Craig and Holly Ashton.
The class register for the children's cast is set to include Rufus Kampa from Buckinghamshire, Aaron Gelkoff from Redbridge, and Michael Hawkins from Haringey alternating in the titular role of Adrian Mole; Matilda Hopkins from Buckinghamshire, Molly May Gibson from Kent, Riya Vyas from Richmond, and Rebecca Nardin from Surrey alternating in the role of Pandora; Aaron Shaw from Hertfordshire, Charlie Stripp from West Sussex, Kobi Watson from Croydon, and Jack Gale from Hertfordshire alternating in the role of Barry; and Cuba Kamanu from Cambridge, Jeremiah Davan Waysome from Newham, Albert Green from Buckinghamshire, and Regan Garcia from Bexley alternating in the role of Nigel.
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