Ahead of its forthcoming West End premiere at the Arts Theatre on October 29th, the full cast of The Choir of Man, has now been revealed, including original members of the cast who have performed in the show all over the world. Tickets to The Choir Of Man are available to book online now.
The full cast of the show includes Alistair Higgins as the Maestro, Miles Anthony Daley as the Romantic, Tom Brandon as the Hard Man, Daniel Harnett as the Joker, Tyler Orphé-Baker as the Bore, Mark Loveday as the Barman, Freddie Huddleston as The Handyman, Richard Lock as the Beast, and Ben Norris as the Poet. The cast is completed by George Bray and Matt Beveridge.
Live music is played on stage during the show by a band, including Caleb Wilson as the bassist, Zami Jamil playing the violin, Jack Hartigan on guitar, and Emanuel Bonsu on the drums.
The Choir Of Man is an 80-minute production that celebrates the coming together, and singing together at a pub and is billed as a concert, a party, and a pub lock-in all rolled into one. The songs featured in The Choir of Man include classic tracks by 'Adele,' 'Guns ‘N’ Roses', and 'Avicii'.
The Choir of Man has been created by Andrew Kay Nic Doodson, who also directs the production. Musical supervision, orchestrations, and vocal arrangements are by Jack Blume with choreography and movement direction by Freddie Huddleston. The monologues in the show were written by Ben Norris, sound design by Sten Severson, scenic design is by Oli Townsend, lighting design by Richard Dinnen, casting by Debbie O'Brien, and costume and associate scenic design is by Verity Sadler. The Associate Choreographer for the show is Rachel Chapman and Hollie Cassar is the Associate Musical Director. The Choir Of Man is produced by a collaboration between Immersive Everywhere, Andrew Kay, Nic Doodson, AK Theatricals, and Wendy & Andy Barnes.
Performances of The Choir of Man will be at the Arts Theatre from October 29th.