Full Cast and Creative Team Set For UK Tour of HERE YOU COME AGAIN

The show receives its UK premiere in Leeds this spring, where it runs from Saturday 11 May to Saturday 8 June ahead of a major UK tour.

By: Apr. 15, 2024
Full Cast and Creative Team Set For UK Tour of HERE YOU COME AGAIN
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The full cast and creative team has been announced for the UK premiere of Here You Come Again. The show receives its UK premiere in Leeds this spring, where it runs from Saturday 11 May to Saturday 8 June ahead of a major UK tour.

Aidan Cutler (Backing Vocalist and Cover ‘Kevin') and Charlotte Elisabeth Yorke (Backing Vocalist and Cover ‘Dolly') join the cast alongside previously announced star and co-writer Tricia Paoluccio, who reprises her celebrated role as ‘Dolly' following US acclaim and West End star Steven Webb (Oliver!, Book of Mormon) as ‘Kevin', a 40-year-old, ‘has-been-who-never-was' comedian in the new musical. Richard John is Musical Supervisor, Jordan Li-Smith is Musical Director, Kevin Oliver Jones joins the band on Bass, Alex Crawford on Guitar and Ben Scott on Drums.

Having enjoyed several successful runs across the United States, Here You Come Again was originally written by multi-Emmy award-winning comedy and songwriter Bruce Vilanch with Gabriel Barre (who also directs) and writer and actor Tricia Paoluccio (who co-writes and stars as Dolly). Acclaimed British TV and theatre writer Jonathan Harvey (Gimme, Gimme, Gimme and Coronation Street) provides additional material for the production's UK run.

The wider creative team comprises Gabriel Barre as Director; Set and Costume Designer, Paul Wills; Choreographer, Lizzie Gee; Lighting Designer, Tim Deiling; Sound Designer, Tom Marshall; Associate Director/Assistant Choreographer, Teenie Macleod; Illusion Designer, Richard Pinner; Orchestrator, Eugene Gwozdz; Orchestra Manager, Maurice Cambridge; Production Manager, Ben Arkell and Casting Director, Stuart Burt.

For the first time ever, all of Dolly Parton's biggest hits are brought together in a rollicking and joyful new musical, fully authorised by Dolly herself. Packed with iconic songs like Jolene, 9 to 5, Islands in the Stream, I Will Always Love You, Here You Come Again and more, this lively and touching new musical tells the story of a diehard fan whose imagined version of international icon Dolly Parton gets him through trying times.

Kevin has just separated from his long-time boyfriend, Jeremy, an investment banker, and is in quarantine in the attic bedroom of his childhood home in Yorkshire. Surrounded by precious belongings from his youth, he is reunited with a much-loved old record player and his cherished Dolly albums. He remembers the hard times those songs helped him through in the past and counts on them to help him once again. With her wit, humour and charm, Dolly teaches him a whole lot about life, love and how to pull yourself up by your bootstraps… even if your bootstraps don't have rhinestones!

After its UK premiere in Leeds, the tour then continues to: Curve Theatre, Leicester; Theatre Royal, Newcastle; Arts Theatre, Cambridge; Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury; Theatre Royal, Nottingham; Malvern Theatres, Malvern; Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh; His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen; Cliffs Pavilion, Southend; Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff; Theatre Royal, Brighton; Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham; Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield; Richmond Theatre, Richmond; King's Theatre, Glasgow; Theatre Royal, Norwich; Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham; New Victoria Theatre, Woking; The Lowry, Salford; Theatre Royal, Bath; Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes; Grand Theatre, Blackpool Grand before concluding at the Empire Theatre, Liverpool.

Tour Dates

Leeds Playhouse, Courtyard Theatre

Saturday 11 May – Saturday 8 June


Curve Theatre, Leicester

Tuesday 11 – Saturday 15 June


Theatre Royal, Newcastle

Tuesday 18 – Saturday 22 June


Cambridge Arts Theatre

Tuesday 25 June – Saturday 29 June


Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury

Tuesday 2 – Saturday 6 July


Theatre Royal, Nottingham

Tuesday 9 – Saturday 13 July


Malvern Theatres

Tuesday 16 - Saturday 20 July


Edinburgh Playhouse

Tuesday 23 - Saturday 27 July


His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen

Tuesday 30 July – Saturday


Cliffs Pavilion, Southend

Tuesday 19 - Saturday 24 August


Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Tuesday 26 – Saturday 31 August


Theatre Royal, Brighton

Tuesday 3 – Saturday 7 September


Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

Tuesday 10 – Saturday 14 September


Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

Tuesday 17 - Saturday 21 September


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Richmond Theatre

Tuesday 24 – Saturday 28 September


King's Theatre, Glasgow

Tuesday 1 – Saturday 5 October


Theatre Royal, Norwich

Tuesday 8 – Saturday 12 October


Cheltenham Everyman

Tuesday 14 – Saturday 18 October


New Victoria Theatre, Woking

Tuesday 22 – Saturday 26 October


Lowry Theatre, Salford

Tuesday 29 October – Saturday 2 November


Theatre Royal, Bath

Tuesday 5 – Saturday 9 November


Milton Keynes Theatre

Tuesday 19 – Saturday 23 November


Blackpool Grand

Tuesday 26 – Saturday 30 November


Liverpool Empire

Tuesday 3 – Saturday 7 December



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