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Funny Girl archiveFearless ugly duckling Fanny Brice resolutely believes she's 'a great big clump of talent!' and sets out to show the world that her star quality can win over Broadway and fulfil her American dream. But as Fanny's star rises with the legendary Ziegfeld Follies, her stormy marriage to the charismatic but wayward entrepreneur Nick Arnstein falters. Funny Girl brilliantly balances exuberance and energy with genuine emotion. Poignant, gutsy and wildly witty, its dazzling score includes 'I'm the Greatest Star', 'People (who need people are the luckiest people in the world)' and the rousing 'Don't Rain on My Parade'. .


Sheridan Smith (Fanny Brice), Natasha Barnes (Fanny Brice - some dates), Darius Campbell (Nicky Arnstein, Marilyn Cutts (Mrs Brice), Maurice Lane (Mr Keeney, Valda Aviks (Mrs Meeker), Gay Soper (Mrs Strakosh), Natasha J Barnes (Emma / Mrs Nadler), Bruce Montague (Florenz Ziegfeld), Joel Montague (Eddie Ryan), Philip Bertioli (Cornet Man / Tenor Soloist / Ensemble), Emma Caffrey (Bubbles / Ensemble), Joelle Dyson (Ensemble), Rebecca Fennelly (Polly / Ensemble), Luke Fetherston (John / Cornet Man / Ensemble), Matthew Goodgame (Director / Renaldi / Paul / Ensemble), Leah Harris (Ensemble), Kelly Homewood (Vera / Ensemble), Sammy Kelly (Mimsey / Ensemble), Sanchia Amber Clarke, Lucinda Collins, Sam Murphy, Tom Murphy, Clare Rickard, Oliver Tester


Music(s): Jule Styne, Harvey Fierstein (reviival of musical script)
Lyrics: Bob Merrill
Book by: Isobel Lennart
Presented by: Menier Chocolate Factory
Director: Michael Mayer
Design: Michael Pavelka
Lighting: Mark Henderson
Choreographer: Lynne Page
Sound: Richard Brooker

Funny Girl

Funny Girl (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T1391322212. Details of all Funny Girl archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01146763220

Archive Listings

9 Apr 16
8 Oct 16
Savoy Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


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