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Starlight Express archiveAs a child's train set magically comes to life and the engines race to become the fastest in the world, Rusty the steam train has little hope of winning until he is inspired by the legend of the 'Starlight Express'. Starlight Express at the newly refurbished Apollo Victoria Theatre, now in its 18th year, has been completely updated with new special effects and some new orchestrations. Starlight Express website.


Mark McGee (Rusty), Jo Gibb (Pearl), Trevor Michael George (Poppa), Dustin Dubruil (Greaseball), Chris Copeland (Electra), Amy Field (Buffy), Lucie Fentum (Ashley), Helen Latham (Dinah), Scott Murtaugh (Rocky I), Leo Bidwell (Rocky II), Algernon Williams (Rocky III), Richard Ray-Allen (Krupp), Martin Neely (The Prince of Wales), Todd Talbot (Purse), Ross Dawes (Flat Top), Dale Branston (Dustin), Kate Alexander (Wrench), Craig Scott (Ruhrgold), Stuart Hickey (Ruhrgold), Mark Oxtoby (Turnov), Louise Jones (Volta), Paul Ramsay (Nintendo), Jamie Capewell (Espresso), Emma Dodd (Joule), Richard Woodford (Bobo), Ben Clare, Stuart Sweeting, Richard Twyman, Graham Martin, Mark Hedges, Jason Capewell, Adam Floyd, Robert Northwood, Adriano Agostino, Rory Williams, Jo Leigh Whelan, Jane Horn, Maxine Everett, Anna Woodside, Rachelle Walker, Debbie Spellman, Sam Lane


Author: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics: Richard Stilgoe
Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Director(s): Trevor Nunn, David Caddick (music), Neil Cleary (music)
Design: John Napier
Costume: Liz Da Costa
Choreographer: Arlene Phillips
Lighting: David Hersey
Sound: Martin Levan
Producer: Really Useful Theatre Company

Starlight Express

Starlight Express (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T779057603. Details of all Starlight Express archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1708

Archive Listings

27 Mar 84
12 Jan 02
Apollo Victoria Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


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