Prince Edward Theatre
30 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HSVenue information
The multi award-winning musical MARY POPPINS returns to its original West End home at the Prince Edward Theatre, London.
Starring Zizi Strallen, who returns to play the title role following great acclaim on the recent sell-out international tour, and Charlie Stemp as Bert, who last year gave an award-winning performance as Arthur Kipps in Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Half A Sixpence and recently made his Broadway debut in Hello, Dolly!. MARY POPPINS will also feature Petula Clark and Joseph Millson.
Disney and Cameron Macintosh multi award-winning musical MARY POPPINS tells the magical story of the World’s favourite nanny.
Mary Poppins arrives at 17, Cherry Tree Lane to take the post of nanny and to set things right for Jane and Michael Banks. It’s not only Jane and Michael who benefit though, as Mr & Mrs Banks, their staff and friends all reap the reward of the magic that has arrived.
The musical MARY POPPINS has been created based very closely on the wonderful novels by PL Travers, and the original film. It stages incredible special effects and you’ll hear songs you know well (Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Feed the Birds, Let’s Go Fly a Kite) and some unforgettable new ones (Practically Perfect). The choreography will have you dancing all the way home. This really is a great night out for all the family.
The stage production originally opened at the London theatre in 2004, and won two Olivier Awards during its time.
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2 hours 50 minutes including interval
Zizi Strallen (Mary Poppins), Charlie Stemp (Bert), Joseph Millson (George Banks), Amy Griffiths (Winifred Banks), Petula Clark (Bird Woman), Claire Moore (Miss Smythe/Miss Andrews), Claire Machin (Mrs Brill), Jack North (Robinson Ay), Paul F Monaghan (Admiral Boom/Bank Chairman), Adelaide Barham (Jane Banks), Imogen Bourn (Jane Banks), Charlotte Breen (Jane Banks), Ellie Kit Jones (Jane Banks), Nuala Peberdy (Jane Banks), Joseph Duffy (Michael Banks)Sanuel Newby (Michael Banks), Gabriel Payne (Michael Banks), Edward Walton (Michael Banks), Fred Wilcox (Michael Banks), Yves Adang (Swing/Dance Cpatain), Lydia Bannister (Swing), Angeline Bell (Nymph), Lydia Boulton (Nymph), Matt Cox (Swing), Adam Davidson (Pan), Katie Deacon (Nymph), Danielle Delys (Swing/Assistant Dance Captain), Joshua Denyer (Neleus), Stan Doughty (Adonis), Glen Facey (Pan/Valentine), Davide Fienauri (Adonis), Ian Gareth-Jones (Northbrook/Policeman), Mark Goldthorp (Park Keeper/Von Hussler/Mr Punch), Joanna Gregory (Swing), Catherine Hannay (Gwendoline), Jacqueline Hughes (Katie Nanna/Fanny), Jason Kajdi (Ernest), Sam Lathwood (Messenger Boy), Jordon Livesey (Vicar), Ceili O’Connor (Miss Lark), Malinda Parris (Mrs Corry), Alex Pinder), Ben Redfern (Swing), Rachel Spurrell (Swing), Lucie-May Sumner (Annie), Rhys West (Swing) & Monique Young (Nanny)
PL Travers (Author of the Mary Poppins series), Cameron Macintosh (Producer/Co-creator), Thomas Schumacher (Producer for Disney Theatrical Productions), Richard M Sherman & Robert B Sherman (Original Music & Lyrics), Julian Fellowes (Book), George Styles & Anthony Drew (New Songs and Additional Music, Dance & Vocal Arrangements/New Songs & Additional Lyrics, Richard Eyre (Director), Matthew Bourne (Co-Director & Choreographer), Stephen Mear (Co-choreographer), Bob Crowley (Scenic & Costume Designer), Hugh Vanstone (Lighting Designer), Natasha Katz (Lighting Designer), Paul Gatehouse (Sound Designer), William David Brohn (1933 – 2017) (Orchestrator),
Stephen Brooker (Musical Supervisor), Graham Hurman (Musical Supervisor & Conductor), James Powell (Associate Director), Jean-Pierre Van Der Spuy (Associate Director), Geoffrey Garratt (Associate Choreographer), Ros Coombes (Set Design Adaptation), Matt Kinley (Set Design Adaptation), Simon Sherriff (Associate Lighting Designer), Luke Halls (Projection Realisation), Zakk Hein (Associate Projection Animation), Charlie Smith (Associate Sound Designer), Jordon Murphy (Resident Director), Richard Jones (Resident Choreographer), Thomas Schonberg (Executive Producer), Isaac McCullough (Assistant Musical Director), Paul Kieve (Illusions), Jim Steinmeyer (Illusions), Christine Rowland (Associate Costume Design), Rachel Woodhouse (Costume Design Associate & Costume Supervisor), Helen Keane (Wigs & Make-up Supervisor), Toby Olie (Puppetry Consultant) & Lorenzo Pisoni (Physical Comedy Consultant).
*MARY POPPINS is recommended for a general audience. As an advisory to adults who might bring young people, we recommend MARY POPPINS for ages 7 and up. Children under the age of 5 will not be admitted into the theatre. All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied and sat next to the accompanying adult. They may not sit on their own within the auditorium. If children do have separate seats you could be refused entry. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket
**This show contains theatrical smoke and fog effects, pyrotechnics, strobe lighting and loud noises.
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