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Seven Brides For Seven Brothers

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This classic hit from the Golden Age of the movie musical reunites the team behind the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s Olivier Award nominated 2013 hit The Sound Of Music. Read More >

From the Golden Age of the movie musical, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers reunites the team behind the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s Olivier Award nominated 2013 hit The Sound Of Music.

The production tells the story of Adam, the eldest of seven brothers, who after setting off to find a wife returns to his backwoods home with spouse-to-be Milly. But soon his six younger brothers decide that they want wives too, leading Adam on the path to an inspired plan…

Directed by Rachel Kavanaugh with choreography by Alistair David, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers features the much-loved musical numbers Bless Your Beautiful Hide, Goin’ Courtin, Wonderful, Wonderful Day and Barn Dance.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 16/07/2015

Opening Night: 23/07/2015

Closing Night: 29/08/2015

Running time: 2h30

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Cast & Creative


Alex Gaumond, Laura Pitt-Pulford, Rosanna Bates, Charlene Ford, Frankie Jenna, Natasha Mould, Karli Vale, Annie Wensak, Emma Woods, David Burrows, Matthew Clark, Leon Cooke, Steve Fortune, Bob Harms, James Leece, Phillip Marriot, Ryan Pidgen, Adam Rhys-Charles, Trevor Michael Georges, Angela Caesar, Eammon Cox, Jacob Fisher, Bethany Huckle, Dylan Mason, Peter Nash, Sam O’Rourke


Director - Rachel Kavanaugh

Producer - Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Designer - Peter McKintosh

Choreographer - Alistair David

Lyrics By - Johnny Mercer

Music By - Gene De Paul

About Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Regent's Park, London, United Kingdom, NW1 4NR

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