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Rock musical The Quentin Dentin Show comes to London this summer
The new musical returns to London as a full-length musical
Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe the cult rock musical The Quentin Dentin Show has announced a new London run at the Tristan Bates Theatre this summer from 19 June to 29 July 2017, with an official opening on 23 June.
Described as 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' for the new Millennium, the musical features an original score, live rock band and is a satire on the extremes to which we'll go to get ahead.
Luke Lane leads the cast returning the role from the show's previous run at Above The Arts. He is joined by Shauna Riley, Max Panks, Freya Tilly and Lottie-Daisy Francis. The band is led by Henry Carpenter with Mickey Howard and Archie Wolfman.
Producer Hannah Elsy commented on the casting announcement, saying "I am proud to welcome this exceptional cast - some old faces, some new – to The Quentin Dentin Show, which is being staged in its biggest and best form yet as a full feature length musical."
Featuring music and lyrics by Henry Carpenter and book by Henry Carpenter & Tom Crowley the production is directed by Adam Lenson and choreographed by Caldonia Walton. Lighting design is by Lars Davidson with sound design by Iain Harvey and stage design by Alice Simonato.
Tickets for The Quentin Dentin Show are now on sale.