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Bugsy Malone archiveThe messiest gangster show ever. A children's version of a Chicago Gangster movie with Splurge guns and great songs. Whilst the acting is taken on by young people and the violence and seediness of the times are toned down to cartoon levels there is a good story behind all that. Jodie Foster was in the film version as Tallulah. Characters include: Bugsy Malone, Blousey Brown, Dandy Dan, Talullah and Fat-Sam. Songs include I Could Have been Anything That I Wanted To Be and Fat-Sam's Grand Slam Speakeasy.

Cast/Performers

Shaun Sharma (Bugsy), Gabriiel Payne (Bugsy), Amar Blackman (Bugsy), Mia Lakha (Blousy Brown), Delilah Bennett-Cardy (Blousy Brown), Avive Williams (Blousy Brown), Albie Snelson (Fat Sam), Isham Sankoh (Fat Sam), Charlie Burns (Fat Sam), Tazia-Faye Katsande (Tallulah), Jasmine Sakylama (Tallulah), Fayth Ifil (Tallulah), Aidan Oti (Fizzy), Jamie Northey-Dennis (Fizzy), Cherry Mitra (Lena / Babyface), Kayla-Mai Alvares (Lena / Babyface), Ava Hope Smith (Lena / Babyface), Rayhaan Kufuor-Gray (Dandy Dan), Kit Cranston (Dandy Dan), Desmond Cole (Dandy Dan)

Creatives/Company

Author: Alan Parker
Music(s): Paul Williams, Phil Bateman (musical supervision)
Lyrics: Paul Williams
Book by: Alan Parker
Producer(s): Theatre Royal Bath Productions, Birmingham Rep, Kenny Wax
Presented by: Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
Director: Sean Holmes
Choreographer: Drew McOnie
Design: Jon Bausor

Bugsy Malone

Bugsy Malone (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T794355386. Details of all Bugsy Malone archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1449

Archive Listings

15 Feb 23
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19 Feb 23
Chichester Festival Theatre
Chichester, West Sussex
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6 Feb 23
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11 Feb 23
Liverpool Empire Theatre
Liverpool, Merseyside
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24 Jan 23
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29 Jan 23
Marlowe Theatre
Canterbury, Kent
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17 Jan 23
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21 Jan 23
Wales Millennium Centre
Cardiff, Glamorgan
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3 Dec 22
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15 Jan 23
Alexandra Palace
Outer London, Greater London
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22 Nov 22
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27 Nov 22
Cliffs Pavilion
Southend-on-Sea, Essex
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15 Nov 22
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20 Nov 22
Playhouse Theatre
Edinburgh
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8 Nov 22
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12 Nov 22
Opera House
Manchester, Greater Manchester
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1 Nov 22
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6 Nov 22
Theatre Royal
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
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24 Oct 22
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29 Oct 22
Hull New Theatre
Hull, Humberside
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18 Oct 22
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22 Oct 22
Theatre Royal Plymouth
Plymouth, Devon
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11 Oct 22
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15 Oct 22
Milton Keynes Theatre
Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
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4 Oct 22
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9 Oct 22
Curve
Leicester, Leicestershire
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27 Sep 22
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1 Oct 22
Sheffield Theatres
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
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20 Sep 22
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24 Sep 22
Oxford Playhouse
Oxford, Oxfordshire
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13 Sep 22
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18 Sep 22
Belgrade Theatre
Coventry, West Midlands
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6 Sep 22
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10 Sep 22
Theatre Royal
Glasgow
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30 Aug 22
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4 Sep 22
Grand Theatre and Opera House
Leeds, West Yorkshire
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23 Aug 22
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28 Aug 22
Mayflower Theatre
Southampton, Hampshire
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16 Aug 22
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21 Aug 22
Theatre Royal
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
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27 Jul 22
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14 Aug 22
Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Birmingham, West Midlands
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2 Jul 22
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23 Jul 22
Theatre Royal
Bath, Bath & North East Somerset
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13 Apr 22
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16 Apr 22
Rhoda McGaw Theatre
Woking, Surrey
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Reviews

Reviews

Bugsy Malone review
19Oct22: Touring production seen at the Theatre Royal Plymouth.
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User Review: 01Sep22: First night blues in leeds. a couple of tech issues handled very well. Brilliant show at leeds. We'll choreographed. Fantastic young actors / sets / splurge.
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