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Griff Rhys Jones To Lead London Musical Theatre Orchestra's A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Griff Rhys Jones To Lead London Musical Theatre Orchestra's A CHRISTMAS CAROLFollowing sell-out performances in 2016 and 2017, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra returns to the Lyceum Theatre for three performances of their critically and popularly acclaimed concert production of Alan Menken, Lynn Ahrens and Mike Ockrent's A Christmas Carol.

A Christmas Carol will star one of Britain's best-loved entertainers: comedian, actor, writer and producer Griff Rhys Jones will play Charles Dickens' great miser Ebenezer Scrooge. Griff Rhys Jones has been a household name since the 1980s and is currently touring Australia with Griff Rhys Jones: The Unexpected Traveller.

Joining Griff Rhys Jones, LMTO today announced the star casting of Lucie Jones (Les Misérables / Legally Blonde / Eurovision 2017) as Emily / The Ghost of Christmas Future, Miriam-Teak Lee (Hamilton / On The Town) as The Ghost of Christmas Past, Cedric Neal (Chess / Motown) as The Ghost of Christmas Present, Rosemary Ashe (The Witches of Eastwick / The Phantom of the Opera) as Mrs Fezziwig, and Nicolas Colicos (The Producers / The Bodyguard) as Mr Fezziwig. Further casting is soon to be announced.

Due to exceptional demand, a matinee performance has been added at 4pm on Monday 17th December. Tickets for all three performances are on sale now.

Founder Freddie Tapner said: "Griff Rhys Jones has long been a hero of mine, and so to have him coming to play Scrooge is incredibly exciting. I can't wait to see what he does with the role - and in a first for LMTO, audiences now have three chances to see him in action. Bring on the 10th December and those opening chords of the Overture."

Shaun Kerrison returns to direct this hit production, with sound design by Nick Lidster and Avgoustos Psillas and lighting design by Mike Robertson. The concert is executive produced by Clive Chenery for LMTO and general managed by Peter Huntley for Smart Entertainment.

LMTO's concert version of A Christmas Carol follows their triumphant performance of Lerner & Loewe's Camelot at the London Palladium and Martin Smith's King at The Hackney Empire earlier this year, as well as Mack and Mabel at The Hackney Empire, Bernstein's Candide In Concert at Cadogan Hall in 2017 and a sell-out five-star 2016 season. LMTO's production of Howard Goodall's Girlfriends will be performed on Friday 2nd November and Saturday 3rd November and stars Lucie Jones, Lauren Samuels, Bronté Barbé, Natasha Barnes, Vikki Stone and Rob Houchen.


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