Why See The Wedding Singer?
Strictly Come Dancing's Kevin Clifton takes us back to the heady 1980s in this delightful musical adaptation of Adam Sandler's 1998 film, featuring towering bouffants and shoulder pads a-plenty. No stranger to taking a turn on the stage, the Strictly professional has become a firm show favourite in recent years, with roles in Dirty Dancing and Rock of Ages giving him the chance to display his musical chops. Don't miss him as he steps into the leading role of Robbie Hart, the eponymous Wedding Singer.
What is the story?
Taking us back to a time before C.D players and iPhones, The Wedding Singer takes us into the world of Robbie Hart, a wedding singer with rock-star ambitions whose joy in his work is doubled by his own impending nuptials. But even though he may be New Jersey's choice of wedding entertainment, his own road to the altar is not so smooth. Enter Julia, a delightful waitress who might just help Robbie rediscover his purpose and his heart!
Debuting on Broadway in 2006, it's a hilarious and touching adaptation from Ched Beguelin, Tim Herlihy and Matthew Sklav (the team behind Elf the Musical) that tells Robbie's story anew with fabulous new songs, dance numbers, romance and plenty of totally radical 80s references.
Opening night: 30 January 2020
7+ The show contains occasional strong language and sexual content
Two hours and 25 minutes including interval
And before you stop reading
Please note The Wedding Singer contains haze, strobe lights and blackouts.
Cast and Creative
Kevin Clifton as Robbie
Rhiannon Chesterman as Julie
Erin Bell as Linda
Andrew Carthy as George
Sandra Dickinson as Rosie
Asley Emerson as Sammy
Jonny Fines as Glen
Tara Verloop as Holly
Simon Anthony, Andy Brady, Jordan Crouch, Vanessa Grace Lee, Paris Green, Koris Haley Fox, Morgan Jackson, Aimee Moore, Nathan Ryles and Ellie Seaton
Music by Matthew Sklar
Lyrics by Chad Beguelin
Book by Beguelin and Tim Herlihy
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