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From12th October 2016
To15th October 2016
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Sister Act

Sister ActT1427061973
Adapted from the screenplay, Sister Act. When a night club singer witnesses a gangland murder, she is forced to hide from the outside world. To her horror, the police decide that the safest place for her is a closed order of nuns. But soon she has transformed the convent choir into an outfit with soul and 'attitude', and encouraged the sisters to reach out to their community.

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Production details


Producer Jamie Wilson
Director Craig Revel-Horwood
Choreographer Craig Revel-Horwood
Musical Director Sarah Travis
Design Matthew Wright
Costume Matthew Wright
Lighting Richard G Jones
Sound Richard Brooker
Performer Alexandra Burke (Doloris Van Cartier - not matinee performances)
Performer Joanna Francis (Michelle)
Performer Jon Robyns (Eddie)
Performer Karen Mann (Mother Superior)
Performer Rosemary Ashe (Sister Mary Lazarus)
Performer Joanna Francis (Deloris Van Cartier - Mats)
Performer Aaron Lee Lambert (Curtis)
Performer Saraj Goggin (Sister Mary Robert)
Performer Susannah Van Den Berg (Sister Mary Patrick)
Performer Allison Harding (Sister Mary Theresa)
Performer Ricky Rojas (Pablo)
Performer Samuel Morgan-Grahame (Joey)
Performer Sandy Grigelis (TJ)
Performer Nicola Bryan
Performer Jennifer Douglas
Performer Aiesha Pease
Performer Sally Peerless
Performer Justin Wilman

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