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With all her knowledge and experience of the last 25 years, Peggy Sue is given the chance to change her life completely. Peggy Sue is a mother of two and coping with an impending divorce from Charlie. She isn't a failure...but neither has life gone exactly as she planned. She attends her high school reunion where a freak mishap sends her decades back in time, giving her the chance to start again!Performers Ruthie Henshall, Gerard Bentall, Verity Bentham, Dawn Buckland, Chris Compton, Pippa Gebette, Terence Hillyer, Tim Howar, Samuel James, Steve Lawton, Gavin Lee, Melanie Marcus, Dean Maynard, Lucy Moorby, Francesca Newitt, Melista Nicola, Stuart Nurse, Richard Peakman, Wayne Perrey, Andrew Playfoot, Tanya Robb, Vicky Simon, Donna Steele, Scarlett Strallen, Ian Waller, Sara Weymouth, Andrew Kennedy.
Book by Arlene Sarner. Lyrics Jerry Leichtling. Music Bob Gaudio. Producer Paul Elliott. Producer Triumph Entertainment Ltd. Producer David Mirvish. Producer Ed Mirvish. Producer Emanuel Azenberg. Producer Ira Pittelman. Producer JAB Productions. Director Kelly Robinson. Choreographer Sergio Trujillo. Design Ruari Murchison. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Sound Rick Clarke. Director Olly Ashmore (music). Other Gary Hind (music arrangement).
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