27 New Rock Musical


The Cockpit Theatre
West End

New musical 27 is described as a "modern fable of our time, a dark interpretation of one of humanity’s oldest stories."

27, featuring 13 musical numbers and a cast of 15, is a shattering exploration of the fragility of life and the unwitting connections that bind us together. This rock musical with original lyrics and score serves up songs to die for and killer guitar riffs and will take you somewhere you probably didn’t think existed anymore.

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27 Synopsis: 

Hendrix, Joplin, Cobain, Morrison and Winehouse: all music legends whose lives were tragically cut short at 27. 

Orpheus is a would-be rock star turned icon whose experiences of fame and notoriety lead him on a journey of unstoppable self-destruction. Another name for the list. At the tender age of 27. Another star, extinguished...

Sam Cassidy
Adam Pritchard, Sam Cassidy and Nick Eve on behalf of 27 Musical London Limited.
Arlene Phillips (co-director), Sam Cassidy (co-director)
Songs by: 
Matt Wills
Cast list: 
Ryan Molloy, Cassie Compton, Greg Oliver, Jack Donnelly, Lucy Martin, Ryan Gibb, Jodie Jacobs, Maisie Bawden, Eloise Davies, Collette Guitart, Emily Kenwright, Sophie Ayers, Anthony Selwyn, Jason Kajdi and Kristian Cunningham.
27 Schedule
Previews from: 
Thursday, 8 September, 2016
Opening date: 
Monday, 12 September, 2016
Available from: 
Sunday, 26 February, 2017
Booking to: 
Saturday, 22 October, 2016
Saturday, 22 October, 2016
Gateforth Street , London , NW8 8EH
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