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The Kissing-Dance

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A musical adaptation of Oliver Goldsmith's comedy She Stoops To Conquer. Read More >

The Kissing-Dance is a musical adaptation of Oliver Goldsmith’s comedy She Stoops To Conquer featuring a score by Howard Goodall (Love Story) and book and lyrics by Charles Hart (The Phantom Of The Opera).

The cast includes Gina Beck, who first appeared in The Kissing-Dance in a production for National Youth Music Theatre – for which it was written – some 15 years ago. Also appearing is David Burt, a West End regular whose work includes the orginal cast of Les Miserables, Cats, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita and the recent The Fantasticks.

For more about The Kissing-Dance at Jermyn Street theatre read the First Night Feature.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 22/03/2011

Opening Night: 25/03/2011

Closing Night: 23/04/2011

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Cast & Creative


Gina Beck, David Burt, Beverley Klein, Jack Shalloo, Gemma Sutton, Ian Virgo, David Alder, Dylan Turner, Lauren Storer, Lila Clements, Samuel Martin, Greg Herst, Harriet Oughton


Director - Lotte Wakeham

Producer - Chantelle Staynings and Peter Huntley Productions in association with Jermyn Street theatre

Designer - Samal Blak

Choreographer - Tim Jackson

Lighting Designer - Christopher Nairne

Lyrics By - Charles Hart

Music By - Howard Goodall

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