Full Casting Announced For ‘Sister Act’ At Dominion Theatre

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Full casting has been announced for the upcoming West End return of Sister Act which will open at the Dominion Theatre on March 15th.

Joining the cast alongside the previously announced Beverley Knight as Deloris Van Cartier and Ruth Jones as Mother Superior will be Jermaine Woods, Caroline Bateson, Anne Smith, Natalia Brown, Damian Buhagiar, Tricia Deighton, Claudia Kariuki, Graham MacDuff, Lauren Hall, Chloe Hopcroft, Emma Ralston, Tom Hopcroft, Bradley Judge, Lori Haley Fox,, Castell Parker, and Michael Ward.

The musical features original music from Oscar and Tony Award winner Alan Menken, with lyrics by Glenn Slater, and a book by Cheri and Bill Steinkellner.

The remainder of the cast will feature Lesley Joseph as Sister Mary Lazarus, Clive Rowe as Eddie Souther, Lemar as Curtis Jackson, Lizzie Bea as Sister Mary Robert, Carl Mullaney as Monsignor O’Hara, and Alison Jiear as Sister Mary Patrick.

Lesley Joseph will also play the role of Mother Superior for certain performances, and from June 10th, Alexandra Burke will take over the role of Deloris Van Cartier.

Sister Act follows the fortunes of lounge singer Deloris Van Cartier, who witnesses a murder and is placed into police protection at a convent as she waits to testify. The show is directed by Bill Buckhurst, with musical direction by Neil MacDonald, choreography by Alistair David, set and costume design by Morgan Large, lighting design by Tim Mitchell, musical supervision by Stephen Brooker, and sound design by Tom Marshall.


Booking & Theatre Info For Sister Act 

The Dominion Theatre is a large venue with a capacity of 2083 seats and has two levels of seating. Both the Stalls and Circle sections of the venue are divided into separate blocks, which allows for good legroom and there are excellent views of the stage throughout.

The best seats in the theatre are located in the centre section of seats in the Stalls and offer the most immersive experience within the venue where you will feel completely absorbed into the production and can engross yourself in the action! Alternatively, the front of the Circle offers a panoramic view of the stage which is ideal for those who prefer to look down onto the stage from an elevated position

Theatregoers looking for value or who are on a budget searching for lastminute deals or cheap The Devil Wears Prada tickets can find excellent value in the seats towards the rear section of the Stalls or at the ends of rows in the Stalls which still offer great views of the stage at a much cheaper or even discounted price.  Seats in the Circle can also give both good value and an excellent elevated view of the stage as sightlines of the stage are clear with no restrictions.

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