Set in the North East, Billy Elliot is a funny, heart-warming and feel-good celebration of one young boy s dream. This original story captured the hearts of people around the world when the movie was released in October 2000. This poignant film broke box office records worldwide and was nominated for a raft of awards including 3 Golden Globes, 3 Oscars and 13 Bafta awards. The original multi-award winning creative team from the film: director Stephen Daldry, writer Lee Hall and choreographer Peter Darling are joined by music legend, Elton John, the most celebrated UK singer song-writer of the last 30 years, to create the most anticipated musical of the decade. Billy Elliot - The Musical website
.Performers Anna-Jane Casey (Mrs Wilkinson, Martin Walsh (Dad), Scott Garnham (Tony), Andrea Miller (Grandma), Adam Abbou (Billy - some dates), Emile Gooding (Billy - some dates), Haydn May (Billy - some dates), Lewis Smallman (Billy - some dates), Leo Atkin, Tom Bainbridge, Deborah Bundy, Jack Butterworth, Luke Cinque-White, Donna Combe, Leon de Graaf, Wayne Fitzsimmons, Nikki Gerrard, Abbie Louise Harris, Ruri James, Leon Kay, Kris Manuel, Kiera Marner, Charlie Martin, Barnaby Meredith, Daniel Page, Ben Redfern, Phil Snowden, Rachel Spurrell, Sebastian Sykes, Milan Van Weelden, Amy Rhiannon Worth, Luke Zammit.
Author Lee Hall. Music Elton John. Lyrics Lee Hall. Producer Tim Bevan. Producer Eric Fellner. Producer Sally Greene. Producer Jon Finn. Producer Universal Stage Productions. Producer Working Title Films. Producer Old Vic Productions. Director Stephen Daldry. Choreographer Peter Darling. Director Julian Webber (associate director). Design Ian MacNeil. Costume Nicky Gillibrand. Lighting Rick Fisher. Sound Paul Aarditti.