The rest of the cast will join Zizi Strallen and Charlie Stemp who had been previously announced and reprise their roles of Mary Poppins and Bert respectively. The show's principal casting is now completed by Petula Clark as Bird Woman, Charlie Anson as George Banks, Paul F. Monaghan as Bank Chairman and also Admiral Boom, Claire Machin as Mrs Brill, Liz Robertson as Miss Andrew, Amy Griffiths as Winifred Banks, and Jack North as Robertson Ay.
The rest of the cast will now be made up of Lydia Boulton, Yves Adang, Angeline Bell, Adam Davidson, Danielle Delys, Joseph Dockree, Alison Connell, Charlie Donnelly, Stan Doughty, Jordan Livesey, Davide Fienauri, Harry Francis, Glen Facey, Lyndsey Gardiner, Ian Gareth-Jones, Mark Goldthorp, Clare Rickard, Jacqueline Hughes, Alex Pinder, Maria Garrett, Emma Hunter, Jason Kajdi, Sam Lathwood, Tania Mathurin, Laura Medforth, Ben Redfern, Monique Young, Lucie-Mae Sumner, and Scott Waugh.
The roles of Jane and Michael Banks will be shared with Rose Dawson, Katie Cox, Megan Donovan, Ellie Kit Jones, Megan Judge, and Maddison Thew featuring as Jane, and Charlie Irwin, Frankie Treadaway, Logan Clark, George Hamblin, Charlie Murphy, and Fred Wilcox will all play the role of Michael.
Mary Poppins is based on the novels by PL Travers and the subsequent family favourite Disney movie starring Julie Andrews and follows the titular nanny as she is charged with looking after Michael and Jane Banks. Together with ' jack of all trades' Bert, they all embark on an exciting series of adventures across both London and onto fictional worlds. The production also features the iconic songs from the much loved Disney film by the Sherman Brothers that include “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.” and “Feed the Birds”.
In 2020, Mary Poppins was nominated for six Olivier Awards, winning both 'Best Choreography' and 'Best Set Design'
Mary Poppins will resume performances at the Prince Edward Theatre from August 7th.