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John Owen-Jones, Kerry Ellis, Caroline Sheen and More Headline BROADWAY TO THE BAY, Oct. 23 - Full Cast Announced!

Full casting has been announced for Broadway to the Bay, an exclusive production showcasing the best in musical theatre to bring Wales Millennium Centre's tenth anniversary celebrations to a close.

For three nights (23-25 October), musical theatre stars will perform a selection of hand-picked Broadway and West End favourites from popular classics like Miss Saigon, LES MISERABLES, The Phantom of the Opera and West Side Story to more modern productions such as Hairspray and Mamma Mia!.

Headline artists include John Owen-Jones (Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables), Kerry Ellis (Wicked, Les Misérables), Ruthie Henshall (Chicago, Cats), Sophie Evans (Wizard of Oz), Lucie Jones (Ghost, We Will Rock You), David Thaxton (Les Misérables, Love Never Dies), Shân Cothi (Phantom of the Opera), Rhydian Roberts (We Will Rock You, Rocky Horror Show), Tenors of Rock, Caroline Sheen (Mary Poppins, Les Misérables), Russell Grant (Wizard of Oz, Strictly Come Dancing) and Madalena Alberto (Les Misérables, Evita).

Celebrating 10 years of musicals at the Centre, performers will be joined by the 38-piece Novello Orchestra, conducted by David Mahoney, and an ensemble including Emily Anderson, Matthew Banks, Tamsyn Blake, Aaron Brown, Louise Dalton, Lloyd Davies, Michael Effenberger, Sophie Leigh-Griffin, Matthew Malthouse, Nicola Martin, Ross Meagrow, Alice Mogg, Naoimh Morgan and Zac Watts.

Creative Directors David Mahoney and John Owen-Jones lead a creative team that includes choreography by Andrew Wright (Singin in the Rain, Barnum), set design by Matt Kinley (Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera), Jilly McKeown (Costume Designer) and lighting design by Nigel Catmur (Thriller Live, Royal Variety Performance, BBC Music Awards).

Broadway to the Bay is at Wales Millennium Centre from 23-25 October. Tickets range from £15-£55.

To book tickets or for further information visit www.wmc.org.uk or call 02920 63 6464.


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