Caroline Flack to star as Roxie Hart in Chicago

Caroline Flack to star as Roxie Hart in Chicago

Updated On: Jul 26, 2019
By Amanda Parry
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    Caroline Flack is to star as Roxie Hart in Chicago at the Phoenix Theatre!

    Caroline Flack will star as Roxie Hart in Chicago from 10 December 2018 until the end of the show's run at the Phoenix Theatre on 5 January 2019.

    Caroline joins YouTube sensation and star of RuPaul's Drag Race Todrick Hall as Billy Flynn, Josefina Gabrielle as Velma Kelly, Mazz Murray as Mama Morton and Paul Rider as Amos Hart.

    Sarah Soetaert plays the role of Roxie Hart until 8 December.

    Caroline Flack is the presenter of the BAFTA award-winning Love Island. Her other presenting credits include The X Factor, The Xtra Factor, and I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now! She made her stage debut as Irene Roth in the national tour of Crazy For You playing to rave reviews and sell out business. Caroline won the 2014 series of BBC1's Strictly Come Dancing and will return for this year's Christmas special on Christmas Day.

    Caroline said today "I've been imagining playing Roxie since I was a teenager. to have now landed the role in the West End is a dream come true. I hope I do everyone proud and don't fall off the ladder!"

    The multi award-winning Kander & Ebb musical Chicago, winner of six tony Awards, two Olivier Awards and a Grammy, returned to London's West End on Monday 26 March 2018, with a press night on Wednesday 11 April at the Phoenix Theatre in London.

    Chicago originally ran in London for 15 years, making it the West End's longest running revival. It first opened at the Adelphi Theatre on 18 November 1997 to rave reviews and immediately became a sell-out hit. Chicago won the 1998 Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Musical Production as well as the 1998 Critics Circle Drama Award for Best Musical. Chicago transferred from the Adelphi Theatre to the Cambridge Theatre in April 2006, where it ran for five years until 27 August 2011. The show then opened at the Garrick Theatre on 7 November 2011, where it ran until 1 September 2012.

    At the The Phoenix Theatre until 5 January 2019, book your Chicago tickets today!