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ROCK ‘N’ ROLL REVIVAL SET FOR THE LOWRY
The Lowry is set for a Rock ‘n’ Roll revival in February with Teddy (Tue 13 – Sat 17 Feb) winner of ‘Best New Musical’ at the Off West End Awards in 2016.



Teddy
Tue 13 - Sat 17 Feb
 
Set in the aftermath of the Blitz against a backdrop of austerity, it tells the story of Teddy and Josie, all dressed up and ready to hit the streets of London for an unforgettable night out, no matter how dangerous the consequences.

Teddy is the ultimate story of teenage rebellion and the birth of a new musical era. Music includes electrifying original songs plus well-known hits from the 1950s performed live by the on-stage band Johnny Valentine and the Broken Hearts.

The critically acclaimed, 1950’s rock ‘n’ roll musical reunites Tristan Bernayswith director Eleanor Rhode and choreographer Tom Jackson Greaves, following the recent success of their hit production ‘Boudica’ at The Globe and ‘Frankenstein’ at The Watermill Theatre and Wilton’s Music Hall. Produced bySarah Loader for Snapdragon Productions in association with The Watermill Theatre.

The cast for Teddy includes, Molly Chesworth (Josie), Andrew Gallo(Sammy ‘The Sticks’ Smith), George Parker (Teddy), Freya Parks (Jenny O’Malley), Harrison White (Buster Watson) and Dylan Wood (Johnny Valentine).
 
First seen at the Southwark Playhouse in 2015, Teddy has music by Dougal Irvine with musical direction by Harrison White, set design by Max Dorey, lighting design by Christopher Nairne, sound design by Max Pappenheim, costume design by Holly Rose Henshaw and casting by Natalie Gallacherfor Pippa Ailion Casting.

Listings Information
Teddy 
Dates: Tue 13 – Sat 17 Feb
Times: 7.30pm. Wed & Sat 2.30pm
Tickets: £24.50 - £29.50. Concessions £2 off.
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