Oliver Tompsett and Natalie McQueen Will Join London Cast of Kinky Boots

London News   Oliver Tompsett and Natalie McQueen Will Join London Cast of Kinky Boots
 
Simon-Anthony Rhoden will continue in the role of Lola.
Simon-Anthony Rhoden and Oliver Tompsett
Simon-Anthony Rhoden and Oliver Tompsett Helen Maybanks

The London production of Kinky Boots will welcome Oliver Tompsett (Guys and Dolls, We Will Rock You, Rock of Ages) to the role of Charlie and Natalie McQueen (Wonderland, Murder Ballad, Les Miserables) as Lauren beginning June 4 at the Adelphi Theatre. Simon-Anthony Rhoden will continue as Lola.

Tompsett will succeed David Hunter, and McQueen will follow Verity Rushworth; both will play their final performances June 2.

In other casting news, Sean Needham (Mamma Mia!, Wicked) will play Don, Cordelia Farnworth will continue as Nicola, and Antony Reed (The Entertainer, Jolson) will play George.

Also joining the company June 4 will be Abbey Addams, Jak Allen-Anderson, Louis Clarke-Clare, Daniel Downing, David Haydn, Graham Kent, Christopher Parkinson, Hannah Price, Anna Stolli, and Olivia Winterflood.

Continuing in the show are current cast members Jed Berry, Momar Diagne, Jemal Felix, Jordan Fox, Rossie Glossop, Robert Grose, Keith Higham, Ben Jennings, Robert Jones, Suzie McAdam, Emma Odell, Jon Reynolds, and Tom Scanlon.

Kinky Boots, which has played over a thousand performances at London’s Adelphi Theatre, is now booking through January 5, 2019.

Kinky Boots won three Olivier Awards in 2016: Best New Musical, Best Costume Design, and Best Actor in a Musical (for original Lola Matt Henry).

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The winner of six 2013 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Kinky Boots features a Tony Award-winning score by Cyndi Lauper, a book by Tony winner Harvey Fierstein, and direction and choreography by Tony winner Jerry Mitchell.

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