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'The Choir of Man' sets new West End cast

The Olivier Award-nominated theatrical concert event has played the Arts Theatre since October 2022 and is now booking tickets through 18 February 2024.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

The choir has some new voices! The Choir of Man has a new West End cast performing the show at the Arts Theatre.

The new Choir of Man West End cast includes Adam Bayjou as The Hard Man, Michele Maria Benvenuto as The Maestro, Andrew J Carter as The Pub Bore, Ben Goffe as The Handyman, Luke Conner Hall as The Romantic, Michael Hamway as The Poet, Mark Irwin as The Barman, and Tom Miles as The Beast. Also in the company are Sam Ebenezer, James Hudson, Peter Lawrence, and Niall Woodson.

Bayjou, Benvenuto, Carter, Irwin, Miles, Hudson, and Lawrence all return to The Choir of Man after performing in at least one of its previous iterations. The show premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2019 and has since played around the world in the U.K., U.S., Australia, Korea, and more.

In The Choir of Man, a group of nine performers sings new renditions of chart-topping hits by artists including Queen, Luther Vandross, Sia, Paul Simon, Adele, and Guns & Roses. The show is an evening at the pub — beer included — with friends brought to musical life.

The Choir of Man first played the Arts Theatre from October 2021 to April 2022, earning an Olivier nomination for Best Entertainment or Comedy Play. The show returned to the venue in October 2022, and tickets are now on sale through 18 February 2024.

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Photo credit: The new cast of The Choir of Man. (Photo courtesy of production)

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