New Cast Members Announced For ‘Pretty Woman: The Musical’

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A new cast is set to take over in the popular West End production Pretty Woman: The Musical with performances now confirmed to continue at the Savoy Theatre until at least April 2nd, 2023.  Tickets to Pretty Woman: The Musical are currently available to book online.

Courtney Bowman is to replace Rachael Wooding in the role of Kit de Luca. Bowman recently starred in both Legally Blonde as ‘Elle Woods’ and in Six where she played ‘Anne Boleyn’.  Andy Barke will take over from Bob Harms and assume the role of Happy Man/Mr Thompson. Barke and Bowman will both join the cast from November 15th.

The rest of the Pretty Woman: The Musical cast features Aimie Atkinson as Vivian Ward, Danny Mac as financier Edward Lewis, John Addison, Jemma Alexander, Annabelle Laing, Becky Anderson, Charlotte Elisabeth Yorke, Matt Bateman, Mark Holden, Patrick Barrett, Robertina Bonano, Oliver Brenin, Daniel Clift, Ben Darcy, Hannah Ducharme, Elishia Edwards, Tom Andrew Hargreaves, Antony Hewitt, Georgia Kleopa, Helen Hill, Elly Jay, Alex Charles, Matt Jones, Kurt Kansley, Will Luckett, Curtis Patrick, Hassun Sharif, and Cilla Silvia.

The popular West End show is based on the 1990 Hollywood movie of the same name starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere which sees two strangers from completely different worlds who come together and connect in unexpected ways. Find out more about Pretty Woman in London here.

Pretty Woman has a book by J. F. Lawton and Garry Marshall and features music and lyrics by Canadian rocker Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance. The direction and choreography in the show is by Jerry Mitchell, with scenic design by David Rockwell, sound design by John Shivers, costume design by Tom Rogers, and lighting design by Philip S. Rosenberg and Kenneth Posner.


Booking & Theatre Info For Pretty Woman: The Musical

Performances of Pretty Woman: The Musical continue at the Savoy Theatre which has three levels.  Premium seating is situated in the centre of the ground floor Stalls section and the front of the Dress Circle however the theatre has many different price bands and clear view seats are available on the wings in these sections which can offer good value in the ticket price.  The front of the Grand Circle on the second level also offers a clear view of the stage and is a good option for patrons looking for cheap Pretty Woman tickets who can also take advantage of the cut off points of the price bands to get the maximum bang for their buck! Official discounts do come online occasionally for this show so it is worth checking out our Discount Theatre Tickets page to get details on all available offers. Bargain hunters looking to secure lastminute theatre tickets should look at quiet periods in the West End such as the weeks following school holidays to secure the best prices and availability.