Friday, 17 May 2019

Cast announced for concert performance of The Clockmaker’s Daughter at Cadogan Hall


Reprising their roles from the celebrated studio cast recording, Christine Allado (Hamilton) and Fra Fee (The Ferryman) are joined by Wendi Peters (Coronation Street, Salad Days) to head up the cast for a concert performance of the acclaimed new British musical The Clockmaker’s Daughter on Sunday 16th June at Cadogan Hall. Also returning to their roles are Lauren James Ray (Wicked), Graham Hoadly (Mary Poppins) with further casting still to be announced. 

Set in the fictional Irish town of Spindlewood, The Clockmaker’s Daughter is a musical faerytale built around themes of prejudice, discrimination, animosity and a fear of the unknown. Like most towns of age, Spindlewood has its traditions. But no practice, custom or old wives’ warning is so firmly adhered to as ‘The Turning of the Key’.

The original studio album was produced by David Ball Productions and Auburn Jam Records. The concert performance will be conducted by Michael Webborn and direted by Mark Hedges.

Christine Allaldo - HAMILTON: An American Musical (West End), In The Heights (Kings Cross Theatre), West Side Story (BBC), Phantom of the Opera (Burnham Stage) Here Lies Love (National Theatre), From Here to Eternity (Shaftesbury) Beyond the Fence (Arts Theatre). 

Fra Fee - The Ferryman (Jacob’s Theatre, Broadway) The Ferryman (Royal Court Theatre & Gielgud Theatre, West End) The Wind In The Willows (Theatre Royal Plymouth), The Fix (Union Theatre), As You Like It (National Theatre), Putting It Together (Lyric Theatre, Belfast), The Last Five Years (Lyric Theatre, Belfast), Romeo in Romeo & Juliet (Gate Theatre, Dublin), My Cousin Rachel (Gate Theatre Dublin / Spoleto Festival), Candide (Menier Chocolate Factory); Follies (Opera de Toulon, France); Howard Goodall’s A winter’s Tale (Landor Theatre); Les Miserables (Queens Theatre); Dirty Dancing (Aldwych Theatre).

Wendi Peters - Wendi is best known for her role as Cilla Battersby Brown in Coronation Street. Theatre: Salad Days (Tour), Wonderland (UK Tour) Is There Anybody There? (New Adelphi Theatre, Manchester); Call Me Vicky (Pleasance Theatre); State Fair (Cadogan Hall); Rutherford & Sons (National Tour); Our House (Savoy, London); The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Arts Theatre, West End); Vagina Monologues (National Tour); Follies in Concert (London Palladium); Gypsy (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds ); Guys and Dolls, Hello Dolly (National Tours).

Graham Hoadly – Fame (UK Tour) Guys & Dolls (Kilworth House), Mary Poppins (International Tour), Mrs Henderson Presents (Theatre Royal Bath), The Sound of Music (International Tour), Lady Windermere’s Fan (Kings Head Theatre), Hairspray (International Tour), South Pacific (Kilworth House), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Palladium), Mr Cinders (Fortune Theatre), Singing in the Rain (Palladium), Elegies (Criterion), Some Like It Hot (Prince Edward), My Fair Lady (Tour), 42nd Street (Tour), Crazy for You (Tour), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Tour), Fiddler on the Roof (Tour). 

Lauren James Ray – Wicked (West End), Putting It Together (Hope Mill Theatre), Broken Wings Concept Album (Auburn Jam), Imagine This (Union Theatre), Teechers (Guildford Fringe Theatre), Les Mis (West End).
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