'Matilda The Musical' announces new West End cast
The new cast will join the existing company of the multi-award-winning musical of Roald Dahl's 1988 children's book at the Cambridge Theatre from 12 September.
Sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty! The Royal Shakespeare Company's West End production of Matilda The Musical has announced a new cast from 12 September.
Estella Evans, Selena Karir, and Arabella Stanton will join Sophia Goodman in the title role of Matilda at the Cambridge Theatre.
Lydia White (as Miss Honey) and Kieran Hill (as Miss Trunchbull) will also join the company that includes Rakesh Boury and Amy Ellen Richardson who will continue as Matilda's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wormwood.
Nolan Edwards, Sean Lopeman, Ruairidh McDonald, Kane Oliver Parry, Deborah Tracey, Esme Bacalla-Hayes, Ronan Burns, Ella Caldwell, Stan Doughty, Karina Hind, Roan Pronk, Gabrielle Davina Smith, and Lauren Varnham will join the existing adult cast which includes Thea Bunting, Aaron Jenkins, and Sam Lathwood.
Young performers — who will play as the roles of Bruce, Lavender, Nigel, and the rest of the pupils at Crunchem Hall — include Sidhant Anand, Charlie Cox, Jack Dennis, Megan Donovan, Rosy Drury, Jake Durant, Phoebe Easom, Jaydon Eastman, Benjamin El Refaie, Jax Fenner, Max Garlick, Lilia Guinoubi, Gina Harris-Sullivan, Coco-Lili Hodder, Elliott Marsden, Sophia McAlister, Charlotte Mellington, Kanon Narumi, Toryn O’Callaghan, Zarian Marcel Obatarhe, Kristiano Ricardo, Harriet Rogers, Azalea-Belle Sharp, Archie Smith, and Joshua Wahab.
Adapted from Roald Dahl's children book of the same name, Matilda The Musical follows the extraordinary Matilda Wormwood, whose parents enroll her at the horrible Crunchem Hall. Armed with wit, intelligence, and telekinetic powers, she realises it's time to revolt against the headmistress, Miss Trunchbull.
This hugely successful musical is in its 12th year of performances and has won 101 international awards, including Olivier and Tony Awards. Since the show transferred to the West End in October 2011, Matilda has attracted more than 11 million people across 90 cities worldwide.
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Photo credit: Selena Karir, Sophia Goodman, Arabella Stanton and Estella Evans (Photo courtesy of Ellie Kurttz)
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