UKTW - 25 years online
CORONAVIRUS: All UK venues closed on 16th March 2020, restrictions were lifted on 19th July 2021. Please note that iUKTDb archive listings between March 2020 and July 2021 may not be accurate as we did not receive details of all rescheduled and cancelled shows.

Details

La Cava The Musical archiveBased on a true story and set in Spain in 711 when Julian starts a war between the Moors and Spain in the belief that his daughter Florinda has been seduced by King Roderic. Florinda is in love with Roderic although she has been promised in marriage to an army officer and is also loved by an Arab teenager. Website

Cast/Performers

Oliver Tobias (King Roderic), Julie-Alanah Brighten (Florinda), David Bardsley (Julian Espatorius), Paul Keating (Agon), Marilyn Cutts (Queen Exilona), Patrick Romer (Archbishop Oppas)

Creatives/Company

Book by: Dana Broccoli
Music(s): Laurence O'Keefe, Stephen Keeling (additional music)
Lyrics(s): John Claflin, Laurence O'Keefe, Shaun McKenna (additional lyrics)
Director(s): Steven Dexter, John Cameron (Musical Supervision and Orchestrations), Michael Haslam (music)
Design: Francis O'Connor
Costume: Paul Clarke
Lighting: Chris Ellis
Sound: Clement Rawling
Choreographer: Mitch Sebastian
Producer(s): Zollo Productions Inc, Florinda Co, Michael Rose (Associate Producer)

La Cava The Musical

La Cava The Musical (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T01757235713. Details of all La Cava The Musical archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1883806390

Archive Listings

21 Aug 00
to
3 Feb 01
Piccadilly Theatre
West End
Greater London
22 May 00
to
22 Jul 00
Victoria Palace Theatre
West End
Greater London

UKTW News/Reviews

News:
11Jan01:
News:
11Jan01:

User Reviews

USER (11Jan01): lukewarm reviews from much of the press (not all) which undervalued an interesting story, excellent casting and well written songs clearly executed. The scenery was ingenious and eye catching and all presented with enthusiasm and gusto & feeling. The audience obviously thoroughly enjoyed the whole evening and felt involved and entertained. Should appeal to a wide range of people & ideal for taking visitors to London to see a production that has much to recommend it.
USER (11Jan01): What a great show with a good story and enjoyable songs. The whole cast put their heart and soul into it. Oliver Tobias was a truly great king and Julie-Alanah Brighten was superb in the female lead.

© Dynamic Listing Ltd, UK
1995-2021
PRIVACY and GDPR
Listings powered by Dynamic Listing Ltd
Multidomain certificate installed

Cookies in Use