THE CONFESSION ROOM, Starring Jon Robyns, to Play in Concert at the St. James Studio, July 13
The Confession Room will return to London this summer in a special one-off concert at the St. James Studio on Sunday 13th July. This production will be directed by Paul Foster with musical direction by Tim Evans and will star Jon Robyns.
The Confession Room is an outrageously funny original British musical by Dan Looney and Patrick Wilde about a group of people who come together to spill their most embarrassing secrets and stories. These confessions range from a guy who admits to having a 'slightly different' ex-girlfriend, to a girl who is tired of being treated like a 'ditsy blonde'. Adding to the plot a mysterious newcomer and a counsellor who has numerous issues of her own, The Confession Room is full of delight, tragedy and surprises.
In May 2013 SimG Records released The Confession Room - Concept Recording which featured an all-star cast including Anna-Jane Casey, Alex Gaumond, Dean Chisnall and Ross Hunter, an ensemble cast of thirty and a twelve piece orchestra. The song 'Excalibur93' went on to be nominated for the Stiles & Drewe Best New Song Award 2013.
This production will star Jon Robyns. Jon has previously played Marius in Les Miserables (Queen's Theatre), Sir Galahad in Spamalot (Playhouse Theatre), Princeton/Rod in the original London production of Avenue Q (Noel Coward) and Enjolras in the 25th Anniversary International Tour of Les Miserables. Other credits include Miss. Saigon (UK Tour), RENT (English Theatre Frankfurt) and his solo sell-out concert entitled How Did I Get Here..? (Leicester Square Theatre).
The remainder of the cast is yet to be announced.
With music and lyrics by Dan Looney, book by Patrick Wilde, additional lyrics by Sam Champness and Reece Looney. Based on an original idea by Reece Looney and Dan Looney. This production will be produced by Robin Rayner.
For more information, visit www.confessionroom.co.uk, or follow on Twitter @ConfessionRoomM and Facebook: Facebook /ConfessionRoomMusical