Malory Towers is back!Previous
We are delighted to announce that Malory Towers is back!
David Pugh, the Olivier and Tony Award-winning producer, is presenting our critically acclaimed musical adaptation of Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers in a co-production with Theatre by the Lake, Keswick. The production opens at Theatre by the Lake on 27 March 2020, and then goes on a national tour, concluding at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, where it will play from 27 July to 31 August.
The cast includes Rosie Abraham as Sally Hope, Alison Arnopp as Gwendoline Lacey, Georgia Bruce as Bill Robinson, Mirabelle Gremaud as Irene Dupont, Bobbie Little as Alicia Johns, Naomi Morris as Mary Lou Atkinson and Alice Vilanculo as Darrell Rivers, with Katy Ellis and Stephanie Hockley. If you saw Malory Towers on tour last year, you'll recognise Mirabelle Gremaud returning as the back-flipping, harp-playing Irene and Stephanie Hockley as the wonderful pianist.
Nostalgic, naughty and perfect for now, Malory Towers is the original ‘Girl Power’ story, filled with high jinks, high drama and high spirits, all set to sensational live music and breath-taking animation.
Adapted and directed by Emma Rice, this is a show for girls, boys and all us grown-up children who still dream of midnight feasts and Cornish clifftops. Set and costume design are by Lez Brotherston, lighting by Malcolm Rippeth, sound and video by Simon Baker and original music by Ian Ross.
Tour dates and ticket booking links are here.