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Featuring the hit songs "You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch" and "Welcome Christmas", Max the Dog narrates the show, as the mean and scheming Grinch, whose heart is How the Grinch Stole Christmas website
.Performers Edward Baker-Duly (The Grinch), Griff Rhys Jones (Old Max Cardiff/Salford), Gregor Fisher (Old Max Glasgow/Edinburgh), Matt Terry (Young Max), Nicola Barney (Annie Who), Nina Bell (Betty Lou), Alan Pearson (Papa Who), Holly Dale Spencer (Mama Who), Karen Ascoe (Grandma Who), David Bardsley (Grandpa Who/Cover to Old Max), Lydia Bradd (Bugsy), ana Cardoso (Scallops), Elena Christie (Phyllis), Sophie Leigh-Griffin (Gymslip/On-stage Swing), Lawrence Guntert (Sporty/On-stage Male Swing/Cover to Young Max), Zoe Humphryes (Danny Who), Monifa James (Reno/Rugby), Sarah-Marie Maxwell (Trixie/Cover to Mama Who), Craig Nash (Palm Springs/Cover Papa Who), Jessica Pardoe (Auntie Who/Cover to Grandma Who), Andrew Pepper (Buzz/First Cover Grinch/Second Cover Old Max), Lucy May Pollard (Punky), Callum Train (Timey/Cover Grandpa/Second Cover Grinch), Ellen Whitehead (Boo Who), Isla Gie (Cindy Lou - some dates), Eve Corbishley (Cindy Lou - some dates), Sophie Woods (Cindy Lou - some dates), Bebe Massey (Cindy Lou - some dates).
Producer Simon Friend (UK). Producer Running Subway Productions. Producer Gavin Kalin. Producer Phil McIntyre Entertainments. Music Mel Marvin. Book by Timothy Mason. Design John Lee Beatty. Lighting Ben Cracknell. Costume Robert Morgan. Sound Richard Brooker. Music Michael Starobin (orchestrator).
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