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Divinio de Campo will take part in Monday Favourites at The Other Palace on 2 March 2020

London Theatre News Today: Thursday 5 December

Hira Desai

By Hira Desai First Published 5 December 2019, Last Updated 11 December 2019

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie today announced the cast members that will be joining the show from 6 January 2020. The lineup includes: Hiba Elchikhe, making her West End debut as Pritti Pasha, David O’Reilly as Laika Virgin, Leon Craig as Sandra Bollock and Jordan Ricketts, also making his West End debut as Dean. New cast members also include Zion Battles as Levi, Keenan Knight as Sayid, Ebony Clarke as Swing/Dance Captain, Joe Wolstenholme as Swing and Brian James Leys as Understudy. They join the previously announced Noah Thomas who takes over the role of Jamie New.

Nica Burns, Producer of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie said: “We are delighted to welcome a new class of exceptionally talented young performers, many of them making their West End debut including our brilliant new Jamie, Noah Thomas. Leading them to light up the winter sky are our current star cast playing the grown ups, Melissa Jacques (Margaret New), Preeya Kalidas (Miss Hedge), Sejal Keshwala (Ray) with Roy Haylock / Bianca Del Rio unveiling two sensational new drag queens. As funny, fabulous and feelgood as ever.”

Based on a true story, this inspiring show follows the life of Jamie Campbell who has a secret to tell and a dream he was determined to realise. Earning five Olivier Award nominations, this funny, fabulous and totally fearless production is sweeping the West End by storm and is showing no signs of stopping. Read more below and get your tickets! 

Everybody's Talking About Jamie 2020 cast headshotsEverybody’s Talking About Jamie 2020 cast headshots

Following its great success in the first two seasons of Sunday Favourites at The Other Palace, Lambert Jackson Productions today announced the line-up of their third season of intimate West End concerts called Monday Favourites. The exciting line up includes Divina de Campo (finalist of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK) on Monday 2nd March, Jordan Luke Gage (& Juliet, Bat Out Of Hell) on 16th March, John Owen Jones (Les Miserables, The Phantom Of The Opera) on 30th March, and Maiya Quansah-Breed (Six) on 20th April.

If you’re a musical theatre fan, you will love Monday’s Favourites. Bringing together the big stars of the West in a beautiful intimate space with only 300 seats, you’ll be in the perfect spot to see these superstars perform an acoustic show of their favourite songs. And if you’ve always dreamed of getting a snap with your favourite cast member, you’ll be pleased to know that meet and greet options will also be available.

Divinio de Campo will take part in Monday Favourites at The Other Palace on 2 March 2020Divinio de Campo will star in Monday Favourites at The Other Palace on 2 March 2020

 

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