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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".


Samuel Bailey (Oliver - some dates), Jack Skilbeck Dunn (Oliver - some dates), Jack Armstong (Oliver - some dates), Travis Caddy (Oliver - some dates), Jack Armstrong (Artful Dodger), Travis Caddy (Artful Dodger), Tom Edden (Fagin), Ben Richards (Bill Sikes), Samual Bailey (Oliver Twist - some dates), Jack Skilbeck Dunn (Oliver Twist - some dates), Jack Armstrong (Artful Dodger - some dates), Travis Caddy (Artful Dodger - some dates), Hayley Gallivan (Nancy), Georgie Ashford (ensemble), Kathryn Barnes (ensemble), Andrew Bryant (Noah Claypole), Nick Butcher (ensemble), Adam Dutton (ensemble), Emilie Fleming (Charlotte Sowerberry), Bob Harms (Dr Grimwig), Victoria Hinde (ensemble), Kiara Jay (ensemble), Rebecca Lock (Widow Corney), David Mara (Mr Brownlow), Myra McFadyen (Old Sally), Rachel Moran (Bet), Harry Morrison (ensemble), James O'Connell (ensemble), David Phipps-Davis (Mr Bumble), Adam Rhys Charles Rhys Charles (ensemble), Liza Sadovy (Mrs Sowerberry / Mrs Bedwin), Chris Vincent (Mr Sowerbury)


Author: Lionel Bart
Book by: Charles Dickens
Producer: Sheffield Theatres
Director(s): Daniel Evans, David Grindrod Associates (casting)
Design: Peter McKintosh
Choreographer(s): Alistair David, Victoria Hinde (assistant)
Musical Director: Jonathan Gill
Lighting: Howard Harrison
Sound: Simon Baker
Music: William David Brohn (orchestra arrangments)


Oliver! (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T1098907387. Details of all Oliver! archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1629

Archive Listings

29 Nov 13
25 Jan 14
Sheffield Theatres
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive


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