After performances at Chichester Festival Theatre in 2021, South Pacific will play a summer season at Sadler's Wells. South Pacific is at Sadler's Wells from 27 July to 28 August, and the London run is followed by a South Pacific UK tour.Julian Ovenden will play Emile de Becque in South Pacific, joined by Gina Beck as Ensign Nellie Forbush, Rob Houchen as Lieutenant Joseph Cable, Joanna Ampil as Bloody Mary and Sera Maehara as Liat. All five performers played their respective roles in South...
South Pacific Tickets
Chichester Festival Theatre’s critically acclaimed, landmark production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific transfers to Sadler’s Wells this summer for a strictly limited season.
This powerful love story, set on a South Pacific island during World War ll, is brought thrillingly to life in an epic new five-star production directed by Chichester Festival Theatre’s Artistic Director Daniel Evans. A sensational cast of over thirty is led by the leads from the Chichester Festival Theatre production, including Julian Ovenden, Gina Beck, Rob Houchen, Joanna Ampil and Sera Maehara. Featuring a full orchestra, this ravishing musical is set to be the must-see theatrical event of the year.
Boasting one of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s most memorable scores, this much-loved Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical features songs such as "I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair" and "Bali Ha’i".
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2 hours 50 minutes (including one 20 minute interval)
July 27th, 2022
August 28th, 2022
No under 5s permitted to the venue.
Cast and creative
By: Joshua Logan
Music: Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
Director: Daniel Evans
Cast list: Julian Ovenden, Gina Beck, Rob Houchen, Joanna Ampil, Sera Maehara
Set: Peter McKintosh
Costume: Peter McKintosh
Choreography: Ann Yee
Lighting: Howard Harrison
Sound: Paul Groothuis