The Drifters Girl Tickets
The Drifters Girl Information
Save the last dance for The Drifters in the West End! See The Drifters Girl in the West End before it closes in 2022. The Drifters Girl tickets are available on London Theatre now.
Beverley Knight originated the role of Faye Treadwell in The Drifters Girl, and received an Olivier nomination for Best Actress in a Musical. Felicia Boswell now plays Faye Treadwell.
The Drifters became a global music phenomenon thanks to Faye and George Treadwell, with number one hits in the 1950s including 'Money Honey', 'Honey Love', 'Adorable' and 'There Goes My Baby'.
The Drifters line-up has changed regularly, with over 60 members throughout its active years including Ben E. King, Rudy Lewis and Johnny Moore. However, one woman was at the heart of the band for over 30 years; Faye Treadwell.
What is The Drifters Girl about?
Based on the career of Faye Treadwell, the world's first African-American female music manager, The Drifters Girl musical explores her life and career while managing The Drifters, a 1950s American doo-wop and soul vocal group. First formed as a backing group, The Drifters were established in 1953 to accompany Clyde McPhatter.
Charting their hit records and sell-out tours to audiences around the world, as well as legal battles facing the band, The Drifters Girl is set to share the full story about the American vocalists and the woman who helped their careers.
Where is The Drifters Girl showing?
The Drifters Girl is currently showing at the Garrick Theatre. The Drifters Girl world premiere took place in Newcastle, and then transferred to the West End.
How long is The Drifters Girl?
The Drifters Girl runs at the Garrick Theatre for 2 hours and 25 minutes. Matinee performances begin at 2:30pm and evening performances take place at 7:30pm.
Tickets to The Drifters Girl are available now. Book your The Drifters Girl tickets on London Theatre today.
Cast and creative
By: Ed Curtis
Director: Jonathan Church
Cast list: Felicia Boswell, Matt Henry, Adam Bernard, Tosh Wanogho-Maud, Tarinn Callender
Design: Anthony Ward
Lighting: Ben Cracknell
Choreography: Karen Bruce