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Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat artwork in London’s West End

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat artwork in London's West End

Full cast of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat announced

Eleni Cashell

By Eleni Cashell First Published 13 May 2019, Last Updated 13 May 2019

Close your eyes, draw back the curtains, because you’ll see the full cast of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat for certain!

For those of you up-to-date with your casting announcement, you’ll know that some of the show’s cast has already been announced. The lead role of Joseph will be played by Jac Yarrow (who’s making his professional debut in the West End), with Sheridan Smith playing the narrator and Jason Donovan making his return to the show, this time as Pharaoh.

So joining this talented trio will be:

  • Michael Pickering (Simeon)
  • Richard Carson (Reuben)
  • Femi Akinfolarin (Brother)
  • Casey Al-Shaqsy (Wife)
  • JR Ballantyne (Brother)
  • Lydia Bannister (Swing and Dance Captain)
  • Thalia Burt (Wife)
  • Michael Cortez (Guard)
  • Vanessa Fisher (Wife)
  • Ahmed Hamad (Swing)
  • Blythe Jandoo (Swing)
  • Matt Krzan (Guard)
  • Kelsie-Rae Marshall (Wife)
  • Billy Mitchell
  • Georgina Parkinson  (Wife)
  • Emily Ann Potter (Wife)
  • Matthew Rowland (Swing)
  • Harriet Samuel-Grey (Wife)
  • Carl Spencer (Brother)
  • Joshua Steel (Brother)
  • Hannah Taylor (Wife)
  • Jack Wilcox (Brother)

There will also be a rotating children’s ensemble, featuring Rihana Akhtar, Mia Byers, Angel Clark, Aoife Connelly, Oliver Crouch, Jacob Dennison, Anna De Oliviera, Tilly Doherty, Nessa Eriksson, Dara Gleeson, Sean Gordon, Maci Hughes, Isabelle Jones, Dino Karakostas, Jamie Kenly, Jaxon Knopf, Olivia Leask, Olivia McNulty, Indiphile Mbonzongwana, Jack Meredith, Chloe Muldowny, Keanna-Skye O’Quinn, Regan Parker, Devon Pomeroy, Etienne Ragoo, Olivia Seagrove, Tom Skoines, Nina Stevenson, Jandice Stewart, Mia Walsh, Luca Willemburg and Sacha Yarwood.

Jac Yarrow will play Joseph in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat tells the story of Joseph. Told entirely through song, follow Joseph, Jacob’s favourite son, as he’s sold into slavery by his eleven vengeful (and incredibly jealous) brothers. Imprisoned for rejecting the advances of Egyptian noble Potiphar’s wife, Joseph soon discovers he can interpret dreams. And when the Pharaoh finds out, he calls for Joseph’s help, and it’s not long before he becomes the big boss’s right-hand man.

The show features songs that have gone on to become pop and musical theatre hits, including Any Dream Will Do, Close Every Door To Me, Jacob and Sons, There’s One More Angel In Heaven and Go Go Go Joseph.

The show has been incredibly popular on a global scale and has been performed multiple times in the West End and Broadway, as well as heading off on international tours and being produced in over 80 countries.

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is playing a strictly limited 11 week run at the London Palladium from 27 June. And you don’t need to just dream about the show to see it, you can buy tickets right here on Official London Theatre!

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