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Fiddler On The Roof cast announced

Eleni Cashell

By Eleni Cashell Published 26 February 2019

If the news about Fiddler On The Roof’s West End transfer wasn’t exciting enough, the full cast has now been announced.

Joining the already announced Andy Nyman and (Tevye) and Judy Kuhn (Golde) will be:

  • Nicola Brown (Chava)
  • Harriet Bunton (Hodel)
  • Dermot Canavan (Lazar Wolf)
  • Stewart Clarke (Perchik)
  • Joshua Gannon (Motel)
  • Matthew Hawksley (Fyedka)
  • Louise Gold (Yente)
  • Molly Osborne (Tzeitel)

The cast also includes; Miles Barrow, Sofia Bennett, Philip Bertioli, Lottie Casserley, Elena Cervesi, Lia Cohen, Talia Etherington, Shoshana Ezequiel, Isabella Foat, Fenton Gray, James Hameed,  Adam Linstead, Adam Margilewski, Robert Maskell, Benny Maslov, Robyn McIntyre, Gaynor Miles, Ellie Mullane, Tania Newton, Craig Pinder, Valentina Theodoulou and Ed Wade.

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Fiddler On The Roof is the story of Tevye and his daughters, who have each chosen a husband that isn’t as strictly Jewish as Tevye. While he learns to open his heart to new possibilities in his family life, his surrounding community faces a difficult challenge of their own.

This iconic musical about a Jewish family facing change in their community is directed by Olivier-award winning Trevor Nunn. Trevor has received high praise (and sold-out performances) for this production since its initial opening at the Menier Chocolate Factory.

Featuring an unforgettable score that you’ll never get out of your head, prepare for some well-known classics including ‘Tradition’, ‘Matchmaker, Matchmaker’, ‘Sunrise, Sunset’ and ‘If I Were a Rich Man’.

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The show also features original choreography from Tony Award-winning Jerome Robbins alongside new choreography by Matt Cole, bringing new life to one of the most beloved musicals of all time, which hasn’t been performed on the London stage since May 2007.

Even the Playhouse Theatre, where the show is being performed, is becoming part of the show, as it’s going to be specially transformed into an immersive space for the production.

Fiddler On The Roof will begin performances at the Playhouse Theatre from 21 March for a limited run until the 15 June.

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