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Oliver! archiveDickens' Victorian story of a boy in a London workhouse and his adventures on the way to his family. Lionel Bart's most successful musical contains some of the great villains of all time including Fagin and Bill Sykes. The songs include "Food glorious food", "You Got to Pick a Pocket or Two", "Who will buy this wonderful morning", "I am reviewing the situation" and "Consider yourself at Home".
Performers Neil Morrissey (Fagin - some dates), Brian Conley (Fagin - some dates), Cat Simmons (Nancy), Iain Fletcher (Bill Sikes), Stephen Moore (Mr Brownlow), Jack Edwards (Mr Bumble), Suzie Chard (Widow Corney), David Langham (Mr Sowerberry), C J Johnson (Mrs Sowerberry), Emma Dukes (Bet), Victoria Hay (Charlotte), Stevie Hutchinson (Noah Claypole), Sophie Caton, Alison Connell, Sarah Cortez, Hadrian Delacey, Beth Davies, Lee Dillon-Stuart, Nicholas Duncan, Paul Farrell, Kade Ferraiolo, Mary Fox, James Gant, Matt Harrop, Lincoln Hudson, Kara Lane, Joe Maxwell, Mikaela Newton, Ryan O'Gorman, Claire Parrish, Annie Wensak.
Author Lionel Bart. Book by Charles Dickens. Producer Cameron Mackintosh (in association with Southbrook Group Limited and Stage Entertainment UK).

Oliver!

Oliver! (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T01391231623. Details of all Oliver! archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1629

Archive Listings

22 Jan 13
to
24 Feb 13
Bristol Hippodrome
Bristol
City of Bristol
11 Dec 12
to
12 Jan 13
Bord Gais Energy Theatre (formerly Grand Canal Theatre)
Dublin
Dublin
6 Nov 12
to
8 Dec 12
Grand Theatre and Opera House
Leeds
West Yorkshire
12 Sep 12
to
3 Nov 12
Theatre Royal
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
7 Aug 12
to
8 Sep 12
Theatre Royal
Plymouth
Devon
3 Jul 12
to
4 Aug 12
Theatre Royal
Norwich
Norfolk
30 May 12
to
23 Jun 12
Playhouse Theatre
Edinburgh
Edinburgh
1 May 12
to
26 May 12
Mayflower Theatre
Southampton
Hampshire
13 Mar 12
to
21 Apr 12
Birmingham Hippodrome
Birmingham
West Midlands

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