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Stephen Boswell stars in Top Hat

Stephen Boswell stars in Top Hat

Stephen Boswell’s #TopHatChat

Published 15 November 2012

From Life Is A Dream at the Young Vic to Racing Demon in Ipswich and from NHS The Musical in Plymouth to Much Ado About Nothing in Liverpool, actor Stephen Boswell has performed across the country, yet Top Hat marks his West End debut.

The actor, who plays the show’s man of many disguises, Bates, took to Twitter to answer your questions. If you weren’t able to take part in the Twitter takeover, you can read some of the highlights below.

Martin Ball, who plays Horace Hardwick, is the next star to take to Twitter. He’ll be manning the @O_L_T account from 12:30 on Tuesday 20 November. The actor, who also originated the role of Dr Dillamond in the London production of Wicked, starred as Mr Banks in the UK tour of Mary Poppins and played Thénardier in Les Misérables, has already been cited by Boswell and Vivian Parry for his mischievous ways, so we are excited to see how he answers your questions. All you have to do is hop on Twitter next Tuesday at 12:30 and tweet @O_L_T including #TopHatChat


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