‘Heathers’ tickets available through May 2022
Details of The Other Palace's spring season has been revealed.
Based on the 1980s film of the same name, Heathers sees school girl Veronica Sawyer try to become a part of the popular crowd. Heathers first opened in London at The Other Palace, starring Carrie Hope Fletcher. Find out more about Heathers in London.
The Heathers cast includes Ailsa Davidson as Veronica Sawyer, Freddie King as JD, Emma Kingston as Heather Chandler, Inez Budd as Heather Duke, and Teleri Hughes as Heather McNamara. The cast is completed by Vicki Lee Taylor, Lizzie Bea, George Maddison, Tom Scanlon, Kieran Brown as Ram's Dad / Coach Ripper, Iván Fernández González, Jacob Fowler, Jordan Cunningham, Eliza Waters, Mary-Jean Caldwell, Hannah Lowther and Kayleigh McKnight.
New Heathers casting from 21 February include Jacob Fowler as JD and Maddison Firth as Heather Chandler, Andy Brady as Coach Ripper / Dad, May Tether, Benjamin Karran, Jermaine Woods.
Heathers is by Laurence O'Keefe and Kevin Murphy, with direction by Andy Fickman, choreography by Gary Lloyd, scenic design by David Shields, lighting design by Ben Cracknell and sound design by Dan Samson.
In addition to Heathers in the main performance space, The Other Palace's spring season will see the studio reopen for the first time since the pandemic. Two new musicals will premiere at The Other Palace Studio: Love is Only Love, a show that celebrates the joy of Golden Age Hollywood, and Millennials, a show that examines 21st-century childhood.
"We are so excited to be starting this new chapter in The Other Palace's journey", said artistic director Paul Taylor-Mills. "We're reopening the Studio with such a great range of new and exciting projects, working with new and emerging artists and producers as well as developing our exciting own new musical projects."
Photo credit: Heathers (Photo courtesy of Heathers)
Article Updated: 18 February 2022
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