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Sunshine on Leith archiveSunshine on Leith is a musical packed with songs from the The Proclaimers. A fantastic, fun and poignant night's entertainment, Sunshine on Leith follows the highs and lows of Ally and Dave as they return home from the army. Families, relationships and life in Leith are not all plain-sailing in this exceptional love story about everyday life in Scotland.


Jocasta Almgill (Yvonne), Euan Bennet (Ensemble / Understudy Ally), Joel Burman (Ensemble), Nesha Caplan (Liz), Tyler Collin (Ensemble), Richard Colvin (Ensemble / Understudy Rab), Paul-James Corrigan (Ally), Lorraine Graham (Hazel / Understudy Jean), Hilary Maclean (Jean), John McLarnon (Ensemble / Understudy Davy), Lorraine McMillan (Ensemble / Swing), Matthew Malthouse (Ensemble / Dance Captain), Steven Miller (Davy), Phil McKee (Rab), Emma Mullen (Ensemble), Nikki Patel (Eilidh / Ensemble), Sioned Saunders (Ensemble), Kara Swinney (Ensemble / Understudy Liz)


Author: Stephen Greenhorn
Music(s): The Proclaimers (songs), David Shrubsole (music supervisor / arranger)
Producer: West Yorkshire Playhouse (in association with Phil McIntyre Entertainments)
Director(s): James Brining, Rachel Bown-Williams (Rc-Annie-Ltd), James Orange (casting director)
Design: Colin Richmond
Lighting: Tim Mitchell
Sound: Richard Brooker
Musical Director: Toby Higgins
Choreographer: EJ Boyle

Sunshine on Leith

Sunshine on Leith (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T2006252282. Details of all Sunshine on Leith archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1526267070

Archive Listings

11 Jun 18
16 Jun 18
Dundee Repertory Theatre
Performance Details => Venue archive
5 Jun 18
9 Jun 18
Belgrade Theatre
Coventry, West Midlands
Performance Details => Venue archive
20 Apr 18
19 May 18
Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse)
Leeds, West Yorkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive


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