Why See 9 to 5?
Tumble out of bed for the rip-roaring 9 to 5
Fire up your fax machines and get tapping at those typewriters! Dolly Parton's delightfully barmy musical adaptation of the hit 1980 revenge caper has hit the West End! Starring Caroline Sheen, Bonnie Langford, Natalie McQueen, and Chelsea Halfpenny and full of brand new songs penned by Parton herself, (and the ever-fabulous title track), expect shoulder pads, big hair and more, imbued the wit and warm spirit of Queen Dolly, as 9 to 5 begins its much-anticipated shift!
Don't miss David Hasselhoff starring as Franklin Hart Jr from 2 December - 8 February!
What is the story of 9 to 5?
The tremendous tale of three women, glamorous Doralee Rhodes, newbie Judy Bernly and frustrated Violet Newstead, who work together in a man's world ruled by the insidious Franklin Hart Jr. Fed up of being overlooked and bullied and hit on by this sexist, chauvinistic, egotistical nightmare of a boss, these three very different characters get together to hatch an empowering plan to get revenge, with fiendishly hilarious consequences, forming a strong bond, despite their differences.
A kitsch, brazen evening of unabashed novelty, this is the perfect show for a big girl's night out and for anyone who's ever sworn sometimes 'that man is out to get me!'
Opening night: 28 January 2019
Cast and Creative
Louise Redknapp as Violet Newstead
*Please note that Louise Redknapp will be away from the show from 12 - 28 March and will not star as Violet Newstead during that time*
Chelsea Halfpenny as Judy Bernly
Natalie McQueen as Doralee Rhodes
Sean Needham as Franklin Hart Jr. (10 - 29 February)
Brian Conley as Franklin Hart Jr. (from 2 March)
Bonnie Langford as Roz Keith
Victoria Anderson, Alexander Bartles, Stephanie Chandos, Conor Crown, Alexander Day, Rhiane Drummond, Demmileigh Foster, Ross Lee Fowkes, Molly-May Gardiner, Llandyll Gove, Ben Irish, Jenny Legg, Jon Reynolds, Ricardo Spriggs, Antoine Thomas-Sturge, Sasha Wareham and Emily Woodford
Adapted by Patricia Resnick
Music and Lyrics by Dolly Parton
What we thought
A CHEERFUL tuner
An all out celebration of female empowerment that shines brightly out from its radiant central cast
This unabashedly cheerful tuner arrives on the West End in fine form. Zippy, campy and full of gloriously OTT 80s fashion, it's an all-out celebration of female empowerment that shines brightly out from its radiant central cast.Read full review
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