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New Cast Revealed For ‘The Choir Of Man’

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New personnel will be joining the cast of The Choir of Man, which is now in its second year of performances in the West End at the Arts Theatre.

Joining the cast from March 12th is Sam Pope as The Joker, Alex James Ellison as Swing, and Olugbenga Adelekan, who will be making his debut in the West End as The Pub Bore.

Other performers from productions of The Choir of Man from around the world will also join the London cast. They include Seán Keany (The Choir of Man – Korea), Robert Godfrey (Choir of Man – Sydney Opera House) as The Beast, and Richard Lock (played the original Beast in The Choir Of Man – West End) will join as Swings.

The remainder of the cast in the show features Adam Bayjou as The Hard Man, Michele Maria Benvenuto as The Maestro, Ben Goffe as The Handyman, Luke Conner Hall as The Romantic, Mark Irwin as The Barman, Sam Ebenezer as The Poet, and Niall Woodson as a swing.

The musical is set in a traditional British pub and is a celebration of pub culture, community, and friendship and features a score of sing-along hits from artists including Queen, Paul Simon, Avicii, Luther Vandross, Sia, Adele, Guns & Roses, and Katy Perry.

The musical was created by Andrew Kay and Nic Doodson, who commented, “We’re delighted to extend the opening hours of The Choir of Man in the West End. Since first opening at the Arts Theatre in 2021, it’s come to be a real home for us and we love opening the doors to The Jungle, our onstage pub, and welcoming everyone in to share an evening of stories, song, and of course, a beer or two.

“The new company that will be the landlords of The Jungle are an incredible group of performers and we can’t wait for not only our regulars but also our new visitors to see them every night!“

Book tickets to The Choir of Man on Theatretickets-London.co.uk.

 

Booking & Theatre Info For The Choir Of Man

The Arts Theatre is a small West End theatre located on Great Newport Street, close to both Covent Garden and Leicester Square, and has a capacity of 353 seats and two levels of seating.

The theatre has comfortable seats and good overall sight lines pretty much throughout however there are slight restrictions in the seats at the ends of Row J, which situated are behind pillars, and also rows M and N, which are slightly affected by the overhang from the Circle. Seats in the slips on the sides of the Circle also feature a slight restriction due to the angle.

The best seats in the theatre are located in the centre of rows B-H in the Stalls section and in the Circle in the centre of rows B-C which give a clear line of sight to see all the action on stage.

Value can be found in the slips seats in the Circle Slips which are regularly discounted, due to the side-on view of the stage. These can offer excellent value for money, particularly for seats 8-14, which sit in front of seats 1-7 and are angled towards the stage. These are benches rather than seats, but they are cushioned with a backrest, and although some leaning will be required the entire stage can be seen at a discount price which will suit bargain hunters looking on a budget looking for lastminute shows or cheap tickets to The Choir Of Man.

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