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Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter
Book by Guy Bolton, PG Wodehouse, Howard Lindsay & Russel Crouse
Directed by John Plews
Presented by arrangement with TAMS-WITMARK MUSIC LIBRARY, INC. NEW YORK

14th December 2016 – 29th January 2017

Madcap antics aboard an ocean liner bound from New York to London featuring the songs:

Anything Goes
Blow Gabriel Blow
You’re the Top
I Get a Kick Out of You

Taking on the role of Reno Sweeney is TARYN ERICKSON who is making her UK musical debut at the Gatehouse. Recent graduate JACK MCCANN is playing Billy Crocker, with JACK KEANE and SAMANTHA DORSEY (Les Miserables) as Sir Evelyn Oakleigh and Hope Harcourt. Musical Theatre stalwarts DAVID PENDLEBURY (Phantom of the Opera, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Beauty and the Beast) and NOVA SKIPP (The Sound of Music, The Smallest Show on Earth) will play Moonface Martin and Mrs Wadsworth Harcourt. Also in the cast are TIMOTHY BOOTH, CHLOE ADELE EDWARDS, LUCAS JAMES, LEWIS MCBEAN, LUCIE HORSFALL and CHLOE PORTER.

RUNNING TIME: Approx. 2 hours 20 minutes including one 15-minute interval

★ ★ ★ ★ ★
“Unquestionably the best off West End musical around this Christmas – and…when it comes to value for money, Anything Goes is the best show in town!”

– Jonathan Baz, www.jonathanbaz.com
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“Not only delicious and de-lovely, it’s de-marvellous too”
– Richard Osley, Camden New Journal
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★ ★ ★ ★ ★
“Plenty of fun and frivolity to get you through the January blues”

– Aleesha Handel, Highgate Handbook
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“It’s Christmas, a time to have fun, and this show is a celebration of strong show tunes…”
– Howard Loxton, British Theatre Guide
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5/5
“This is a spectacle that is quite definitely as camp as Christmas”

– Richard Unwin, Gay Times
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★ ★ ★ ★ ★
“The cast are energetic, and foot perfect…in a well-presented production”

– Heather Jeffrey, London Pub Theatres
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★ ★ ★ ★
“An inspired choice for a bit of festive escapism”

– Danny Coleman-Cooke, BritishTheatre
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“A rapid frenetic show with some good gags, lots of tap dancing and Cole Porter’s divine songs. Should be seen – A superb holiday show for Christmas”
– Aline Waites, RemoteGoat
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“So much better than Trevor Nunn’s National Theatre version”
– Richard Lambert, Theatre Reviews, Lambco
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“Sheer joyous escapism at its best”
– Claire Roderick, Fairy Powered Productions
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“There’s a gloss of luxe to this boutique staging of the shipboard Cole Porter classic.
This is a show with plenty of sparkle”

– Sam Marlowe, The Times

Creative Team
Director: John Plews
Musical Director: Dan Glover
Choreographer: Chris Whittaker
Designer: Emily Bestow
Lighting Design: Sam Waddington
Costume Supervisor: Harriet Fowler
Sound Designer: Jon Raper
Stage Manager: Izabel Florence
Casting: Pearson Casting

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