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The Little Mermaid

The Little MermaidT0491711109


Archive :: production:T0491711109, kids show:S0413201905, venue:V0587051306
Current production:Work

Production details

The much-loved tale of rebellious Ariel, a mermaid princess who craves to explore the world above the waves will feature a cast of eight electrifying, multi-role-playing actors lead by West End sensation and Britain's Got Talent Semi-Finalist, the multi-award-winning, internationally celebrated self-declared 'siren from South Yorkshire' Myra Dubois as the villainous sea-witch, Ursula. Joining Dubois will be Georgie Faith (Ariel), Luke Coldham (Crabby, Captain Hansson), Ben Brooker (Prince Christian, Watt the Cabin Boy), Aidan MacColl (Desmond the Star Fish, Queen Matilda), Will Tomlin (King Triton, Davy Jones) with Kira MacCarter and Phillipe Taylor as Ensemble. Part of Hope Fest - Outdoor Arts + Culture Festival

Performance

VenueHope Mill Theatre
TownManchester
CountyGreater Manchester
From29th July 2021
To31st July 2021
When11:30, 15:00
What is currently on at Hope Mill Theatre (V0587051306)

Reviews

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Company

Presented byAPL Theatre
Adapted by David Phipps-Davis
Design David Shields
Costume David Shields
Music Richard Reeday (arrangement)
Choreographer Jordan Langford
Performer Myra Dubois (Ursula)
Performer Georgie Faith (Ariel)
Performer Luke Coldham (Crabby / Captain Hansson)
Performer Ben Brooker (Prince Christian / Watt the Cabin Boy)
Performer Aidan MacColl (Desmond the Star Fish / Queen Matilda)
Performer Will Tomlin (King Triton / Davy Jones)
Performer Kira MacCarter (Ensemble)
Performer Phillipe Taylor (Ensemble)
CORONAVIRUS: All venues in the UK were shut down on March 16, 2020, and the restrictions were finally lifted on July 19, 2021. It is important to mention that the UK Theatre Web archive listings (iUKTDb) from March 2020 to July 2021 might not be accurate due to the lack of information regarding rescheduled and cancelled shows.

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