On manoeuvres… rehearsal photos are released from the brand new
production of Tim Rice and Stuart Brayson’s epic musical
‘From Here To Eternity’
Rehearsal photos are released today from the brand new production of Tim Rice and Stuart Brayson’s epic musical ‘From Here To Eternity’, which is getting its first London revival in a newly revised production at Charing Cross Theatre, from 29 October – 17 December.
The cast features Jonny Amies, Jonathon Bentley, Desmonda Cathabel, Leonard Cook, Kyerron Dixon-Bassey, Sarah Drake, Dominic Adam Griffin, Cassius Hackforth, Robin Hayward, Callum Henderson, James Mateo-Salt, Rhys Nuttall, Jack Ofrecio, Jaden Oshenye, Eve Polycarpou, Adam Rhys-Charles, Carley Stenson, Alan Turkington, Joseph Vella.
Creative team: Director Brett Smock, Set & Costume Designer Stewart J. Charlesworth, Musical Director, Orchestrations and New Musical Arrangements Nick J Barstow, Choreographer Cressida Carré, Sound Designer Chris Murray, Lighting Designer Adam King, Projection Designer Louise Rhodes-Brown, Costume Supervisor Lucy Lawless, Casting Director Jane Deitch, Production Manager James Anderton, Produced by Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment, Bill Kenwright and Heartaches Limited, General Management by Chris Matanlé.
Set in the two weeks leading up to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, ‘From Here To Eternity’ is a compelling portrait of humanity, love, duty and redemption set against the backdrop of a beautiful and conflicted paradise.
Adapted from the classic novel by James Jones, this breathtaking musical unites the writing talents of Tim Rice (lyrics), Stuart Brayson (music) and Donald Rice and Bill Oakes (book), and is directed by Brett Smock (Producing Artistic Director/The Rev Theatre Company).
and Heartaches Limited
present‘From Here To Eternity’
Adapted from the classic novel
by James Jones
Lyrics Tim Rice, Music Stuart Brayson,
Book Donald Rice and Bill Oakes
Directed by Brett Smock
Charing Cross Theatre
London WC2N 6NL
Box office: 08444 930650
29 October – 17 December
Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
£25.00 – £39.50
Premium seats £49.50 (includes a
programme and a glass of bubbly)
A booking fee applies to phone and internet
orders; no booking fee to personal callers
The box office is open from 2 hours
before curtain time on performance days for
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