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Tiger Bay, early 1900s. Extreme poverty meets supreme wealth. Gangs of street children roam the docks. Coal is king. A revolution is brewing in the dark and restless world beneath the genteel surface of Cardiff's Butetown... This epic new musical follows a young woman's determination to challenge society's injustices, follow her heart and realise her dreams. With rousing music and unforgettable characters including John Owen-Jones as the Third Marquess of Bute, Tiger Bay will transport you to the notorious public houses and alleyways of the city's underworld at this extraordinary turning point in history.Performers John Owen Jones (John Crichton-Stuart), Noel Sullivan (Seamus O'Rourke), Suzanne Packer (Marisha), Vikki Bebb (Rowena), Ruby Llewelly (Ianto - some dates), Louise Harvey (Ianto - some dates), Dom Hartley-Harris (Themba), Zolani Shangase (Yusef), Busisiwe Ngejane (Klondike Ellie), Luvo Rasemeni (Felize), Ernestine Stuurman (Ensemble), Liz May Brice (Leonora Piper), Ian Virgo (Bosun), Adam Vaughan (Arwyn), Rhidian Marc (First Mate/Locke), Jamal Andreas, Lee Dillon-Stuart, Kit Esuruoso, Soophia Foroughi, Daniel Graham, Carl Man, Kayed Mohamed-Mason, Cilla Silvia, Josh Tonks, Emma Warren, Stephanie Webber, Amaree Ali, Lefi Jo Hughes, Lowri Elin Hughes, Shakira Lorenza, Amelia Jenkins, Mimi Nanud, Lauren Price, Mallers Saltus-Hendrickson, Cadi-Gwen Sandall, Efan Williams.
Music Daf James. Book by Michael Williams. Lyrics Michael Williams. Producer Wales Millennium Centre Productions. Director Melly Still. Director Max Barton. Design Anna Fleischle. Lighting Joshua Carr. Choreographer Melody Squire. Choreographer Lungelo Ngamlana. Sound Christopher Shutt. Musical Director David Mahoney. Producer Padraig Cusack (Executive Producer). Choreographer Jim Arnold (CDG for Pippa Ailion - casting director).
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