STAGE TUBE: Behind the Scenes with London Theatre Workshop's ORDINARY DAYS
London Theatre Workshop will open the doors to a new, fully functional, 65 seat boutique theatre in the heart of Fulham, on 10 March, 2014. The space sits above a completely refurbished Bar and Brasserie, the Eel Brook (formerly the Southern Cross), at 65 New Kings Road, London, SW6 4SG. The theatre's first production will be ORDINARY DAYS. Go behind the scenes with the cast and creative team below!
The first production of the London Theatre Workshop will be Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon, one of musical theatre's most exciting new composers. Ordinary Days is a refreshingly honest and funny musical about making real connections in the city that never sleeps; as it follows four New Yorkers as they search for fulfilment, happiness love and belonging.
The cast includes Oliver Watton (Olly Larkin in Channel 4's "Hollyoaks", Fiyero in "Wicked", Apollo), Marcia Brown (Squeaky Fromme in Sondheim's "Assassins", Pleasance), Anton Tweedale and Olga-Marie Pratt.
Ordinary Days is directed by Artistic Director Ray Rackham, with Musical Direction by Tom Lees.
Ordinary Days will run at the London Theatre Workshop, 65 New Kings Road, London SW6 4SG. Closest Tube/National Rail: Fulham Broadway, Parsons Green, Imperial Wharf. Dates: 10 March to 29 March. Time: Monday to Saturday at 8pm. Price: £15 (£12 concession). Box Office: www.londontheatreworkshop.co.uk.