New 2020 casting announced for Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Producers of 'the hit musical for today' have just announced the new cast of Everybody's Talking About Jamie for the year 2020. Originally hailing from Sheffield, the feel-good West End production continues to play to packed houses night after night at London's Apollo Theatre, where it is currently booking until 29 August 2020 in an open-ended run.

New 2020 casting announced for Everybody's Talking About Jamie
The 2020 West End cast of Everybody's Talking About Jamie is now sorted.

Everybody's Talking About Jamie 2020 cast list

Set to star in the new cast of the multi-award-winning musical from 6 January 2020 is Hiba Elchikhe in her West End stage debut as Pritti Pasha. She is joined by David O'Reilly who takes on the role of Laika Virgin. Leon Craig will also join the new cast to play Sandra Bollock while Jordan Ricketts will make his West End debut to play Dean. Also joining the 2020 cast are Brian James Leys as an understudy, Ebony Clarke as a swing/dance captain, Joe Wolstenholme as a swing, Keenan Knight as Sayid, and Zion Battles as Levi.

They will all join the previously announced new Jamie New played by Noah Thomas, returning cast member Roy Haylock/Bianca Del Rio as Hugo/Loco Chanelle, and Olivier and BAFTA Award nominee Preeya Kalidas as Miss Hedge, also formerly played by a Drag Race star: Michelle Visage

The cast is completed by Alexander Archer as Mickey, Emily Kenwright as Vicki, Harriet Payne as Bex, James Gillan as Tray Sophisticay, Jordan Laviniere as Cy, Marlon G. Day as Dad, Melissa Jacques as Margaret New, Sejal Keshwala as Ray, Tilly La Belle Yengo as Fatimah, and Zahra Jones as Becca along with swings Marvyn Charles and Rachel Serian and understudy Gillian Ford.

Everybody's Talking About Jamie plot in a nutshell

Jamie is a sixteen-year-old 'misfit' living in council housing in Sheffield. He's scared of what lies ahead. But he knows he's got the moves and style to be the next drag queen sensation. With his wonderful caring mum and his closest friends, Jamie overcomes the bullying and bigotry, comes out of the dark closet, and takes centre stage.

Featuring brilliant earworms and addictive melodies by lead songwriter-singer of The Feeling, Dan Gillespie Sells plus lyrics and a book by Tom MacRae, Everybody's Talking About Jamie hits a home run and has been dazzling London theatregoers and critics alike. Sweet sixteen is the perfect age for making your wildest dreams become reality.

Jamie musical creative team

Everybody's Talking About Jamie is based on an idea by Jonathan Butterell who also directs. The show features casting by Will Burton, choreography by Kate Prince, design by Anna Fleischle, lighting design by Lucy Carter, musical direction by Richard Weeden, musical supervision by Theo Jamieson, sound design by Paul Groothuis, and video design by Luke Halls.

Everybody's Talking About Jamie Apollo Theatre tickets available from £22!

Don't miss the new cast of Jamie in January 2020. Book your tickets for Everybody's Talking About Jamie today to ensure the best seats at the Apollo Theatre in London at the best prices whilst availability lasts!

Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels

Ephram is a jack of all trades and enjoys attending theatre, classical music concerts and the opera.

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