Photo credit: Megan Mullally and Robert Lindsay (Photo courtesy of Neil Reading PR)

‘Anything Goes’ postponed at Barbican to July, with further casting announced

The musical revival will run for 12 weeks.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

The upcoming revival of Anything Goes at the Barbican has been pushed back, it has been confirmed. Anything Goes will now run from 23 July - 17 October, with additional casting also announced today.

Megan Mullally will play Reno Sweeney, best known as Karen in Will & Grace. Robert Lindsay will play Moonface Martin, with Gary Wilmot as Elisha Whitney and Felicity Kendal making her musical theatre debut as Evangeline Harcourt.

New casting includes Samuel Edwards as Billy Crocker, whose West End credits include Les Miserables, Wicked and Xanadu. Nicole-Lily Baisden makes her West End debut as Hope Harcourt, previously in the UK tour of The Book of Mormon, with Carly Mercedes Dyer as Erma and Haydn Oakley as Lord Evelyn Oakleigh.

Complete casting will be announced soon, but the full company will feature a cast of over 50.

Cole Porter and P.G. Wodehouse's Golden Age musical is set on a voyage on board the S.S. American, with couples finding true love as they sail the ocean. The iconic soundtrack includes songs such as "I Get A Kick Out of You", "Blow Gabriel Blow" and "Buddie Beware".

Anything Goes is now at the Barbican from 23 July - 17 October.

Anything Goes tickets are on sale now.

Photo credit: Megan Mullally and Robert Lindsay (Photo courtesy of Neil Reading PR)

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