Casting announced for the West End premiere of Falsettos, the original Broadway musical
Posted on 18 June 2019
The West End cast of Falsettos have been announced for the big UK premiere at The Other Palace Theatre. The show-stopping London debut of Falsettos comes after nearly three decades since the original Finn & Lapine musical debuted on Broadway in the early 1990s.
The West End cast of Falsettos will star Matt Cardle, Laura Pitt-Pulford, Daniel Boys, Albert Atack, Oliver Savile, Natasha J Barnes, and Gemma Knight-Jones. (Image: Alessia Chinazzo)
The Falsettos cast for the upcoming London premiere
Broadway's hit 90s musical, Falsettos, is set to receive its long-awaited West End transfer to The Other Palace in London this August. Starring in Falsettos will be Daniel Boys (Peter Pan, Avenue Q, Spamalot) as Marvin, Gemma Knight-Jones (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, The Lion King, Rent) as Charlotte, Laura Pitt-Pulford (Little Miss Sunshine at the Arcola Theatre) as Trina, Matt Cardle (Jesus Christ Superstar, Memphis, Strictly Ballroom) as Mendel, Natasha J. Barnes (The Twilight Zone at the Ambassadors Theatre, Cinderella at the London Palladium) as Cordelia, and Oliver Saville (Wicked at the Apollo Victoria, Knights of the Rose at the Arts Theatre) as Whizzer, who together make up the show's close-knit family.
The UK Falsettos production is directed and choreographed by Tara Wilkinson and will premiere on 20 August 2019 for a strictly limited season that is booking until 23 November 2019.
Falsettos West End musical tickets on sale now from just £24!
You don't want to miss the highly anticipated West End premiere of Falsettos, which transfers to The Other Palace Theatre in London after nearly 30 years. The heartwarming story of Marvin, a gay Jewish man who recently divorced his wife Trina to be together with his boyfriend, Whizzer Brown, will have you laughing yourself silly long before the curtain falls!
Falsettos is set to perform at this year's West End Live on Sunday, 23 June at 3.55pm at Trafalgar's Square. Entry is free of charge. View the full line-up for West End Live 2019 here.