Why See Legally Blonde?
MULTIPLE AWARD-WINNING SMASH-HIT
Legally Blonde The Musical is a hilarious, sensational and sharply witty romantic comedy. The all singing, all dancing international hit is a modern fairy tale about a dizzy blonde who knows who she is and is determined to show that she is so much more than pink fluff and sparkles.
Directed and choreographed by highly acclaimed Jerry Mitchell, Legally Blonde has won seven major awards including the 2011 Olivier award for Best New Musical and four WhatsOnStage.com awards. Sheridan Smith, who plays the leading role, won the 2011 Olivier award for Best Actress in a Musical.
WHAT IS LEGALLY BLONDE ABOUT?
Homecoming queen Elle Woods is an effervescent ditz who is majoring in 'fashion merchandising'. She is spoilt and superficial, pretty in pink and proud to be a natural blonde. But she knows what she wants and how to get it.
When her boyfriend Warner ends their relationship in favour of someone smarter, more serious and more substantial, Elle sets out to prove he is wrong about her. She follows him to Harvard Law School where she - along with her bejewelled chihuahua Bruiser - is met with many a sceptical eye and derisive comment. But with a little help from her new-found friends, she finds her stride and makes her place, realising that it's better to be bright.
DID YOU KNOW?
After first showing on Broadway, Legally Blonde The Musical first exploded onto the West End's Savoy Theatre in early 2012 where it ran successfully for two years. The Musical is based on Amanda Brown's novel Legally Blonde, from which the 2001 film starring Reese Witherspoon was made.
Director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell has won numerous awards for Legally Blonde, including Tony and Olivier awards. Other acclaimed works include La Cage Aux Folles, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Catch Me If You Can, Hairspray and The Rocky Horror Show, to mention a few.
Previews from: 5 December 2009
Opening night: 13 January 2010
Legally Blonde may be inappropriate for children aged 7 and under. Children under 4 years of age will not be admitted into the Savoy Theatre.
Two hours and 25 minutes with one 15 minute intermission
Cast and Creative
CastCarley Stenson as Elle Woods
Stephen Ashfield as Emmett Forrest
Natalie Casey as Paulette
Peter Davison as Professor Callahan
Ben Freeman as Warner Huntington III
Tamara Wall as Brooke Wyndham/Shandi
Tricia Adele-Turner as Vivienne Kensington
Elle Kirk as Margot
Lucy Miller as Serena
Abiona Omonua as Pilar
Chris Ellis-Stanton as Granmaster Chad/Dewey/Kyle
Georgie Ashford as Gabby/Stenographer
Tara Young as Cece/District Attorney
Sorelle Marsh as Courtney/Mom/Whitney
Gemma Sutton as Enid
Chloe Brooks as Kate/Chutney
Gregory Sims as Kiki
Fabian Aloise as Swing
Danielle Steers as Judge, Saleswoman
Lincoln Stone as Dad/Winthrop/Reporter
Robbie Towns as Aaron
Ruthie Stephenson as Swing
Jon Tsouras as Padaman/Nikos
Ross Hunter as Lowell
Nathan Pinnell as Carlos
Nick Hayes as Pforzheimer
Carolyn Maitland as Swing
Henry Davis as Swing
CreativeDirection/Choreography by Jerry Mitchell
Scenic Design by David Rockwell
Costume Design by Gregg Barnes
Lighting Design by Kenneth Posner
Sound Design by ACME Sound Partners
Lyrics by Nell Benjamin and Laurence O'Keefe
Music by Nell Benjamin and Laurence O'Keefe
Book by Heather Hach
2011 OLIVER AWARDS
Winner of Best New Musical
Winner of Best Actress in a Musical
Winner of Best Actress in a Musical
Winner of Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical
What we thought
Catchy FUN sparkling
With a catchy score and terrific dance routines you will no doubt be dancing in your seat and fighting songs out of your head afterwards.
With a catchy score and terrific dance routines you will no doubt be dancing in your seat and fighting songs out of your head afterwards.Read full review
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