You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown is five years old and trying his best. But things just don’t seem to go his way: his kite won’t fly, the Little Red-Haired Girl won’t look at him, and he’s not even sure his dog Snoopy likes him all that much!


With a charming book and heart-warming, hilarious songs brought to life by our wonderful five-piece band, Clark Gesner’s 1967 musical based on Charles M. Schulz’s beloved Peanuts characters urges us to find happiness in the everyday and serves as a reminder that we’re all just grown-up children trying our best to figure it out.

"A joyous, exuberant show"
"Works wonders on many levels; kids will love it, adults too"
"The festive gift that keeps on giving"
"An outstandingly likeable and consistently funny night out"
"Childhood nostalgia and feel-good songs for a cold winter’s night"
"Catchy, uplifting, and sure to keep the audience coming back"​


Jordan Broatch


Training: Royal Academy of Music and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. 

Theatre credits include: Stevie in Actually, Love (Omnibus Theatre, Clapham and Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh); Wilf in Four Felons and a Funeral (King’s Head Theatre and Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh); Zanelli and Tutor in Galaxy Train (The Other Palace Studio); Leslie in 42 Balloons (Vaudeville Theatre); Avatar and Swing in LIFT the Musical and J Bowden Hapgood in Anyone Can Whistle (Southwark Playhouse) and Bernstein’s Mass (Southbank Centre). 

Film credits include: Pan (Warner Bros Pictures) and The Dark Room (Cinema Hades). 

Workshop credits include: Lorelei in Red Book; The Wicker Husband and Alsemero in The Changeling

Jordan is represented by Russell Smith Associates Ltd and they are thrilled to be taking part in this production of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Millie Robins


Training: Tring Park School for the Performing Arts and the Guildford School of Acting (Winner of the BA Musical Theatre Award).

Theatre credits include: Sophie in The Tiger Who Came to Tea (2023 UK and International Tour); Matilda the Musical (Cambridge Theatre); Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Dominion Theatre); The Witches of Eastwickin Concert (Sondheim Theatre); Ensemble in Dick Whittington (UK Pantomime Awards 2021, Best Ensemble, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford) and Wicked Stepsister in Cinderella (Imagine Theatre, De Montfort Hall, Leicester).

Other credits include: Concert and cabaret performances at The Pheasantry, Sadler’s Wells, Cadogan Hall and the Royal Albert Hall and various television appearances on BBC and ITV and on BBC Radio.

Troy Yip


Training: Royal Academy of Music and Shanghai Conservatory of Music, China.

Theatre credits include: Jon in Tick, tick…Boom! (Shanghai XG Theatre, China) and Cover Mark in Rent (Chinese National Tour).   

Troy is also a Composer and Musical Director. His musical The Butterfly on the Bund is currently playing a long-running Chinese National Tour.

Jacob Cornish


Training: Performance Preparation Academy in Guildford (2023 Graduate)

Credits while training include: Ensemble in Rent, Mr Sheinkopf and Understudy Nick Piazza in Fame and Gomez Addams in The Addams Family.

You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown is Jacob’s professional debut. He would like to thank his family and agent for their continued love and support.

Eleanor Fransch


Training: Guildford School of Acting.

Theatre credits while training include: Tipping the Velvet, The Baker’s Wife and As You Like It.

Theatre credits include: 
Alice in Alice in Wonderland (New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme).

Voice credits include: Tani in Ni No Kuni II (Video Game, Side UK).

Oliver Sidney


Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (2023 Graduate).

Credits while training include: Fredrik in A Little Night Music, Lucas and Priest in Bare: A Pop Opera and Franklin Shepard in Merrily We Roll Along

Theatre credits include: Member of Fagin’s Gang and Cover Oliver in Oliver! The Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Goodnight Mr. Tom (UK Tour) and Oliver in Oliver! The Musical (UK Tour).

Oliver is looking forward to making his post-training professional debut as Snoopy!

Amanda Noar | Director


Harry Style | Musical Director



Isaac Bernier-Doyle (he/him) | Assistant Director 

Ruby Boswell-Green (she/her) | Set Designer

Jen Watson (she/her/they/them) | Lighting Designer

Holly Louise Chapman (she/her) | Costume Designer

Phil Stannard (he/him) | Sound Designer


Michael Giambrone (he/him) | Set Builder

Molly Tackaberry (she/her) | Stage Manager

Angie Lawrence (she/her) Production Assistant

Annlouise Butt (she/her) | Producer

Produced by Chromolume Productions

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