Fashion Victim the Musical to Be Staged at London's Cinema Museum

By Mark Shenton
28 May 2014

Fashion Victim – the Musical, originally staged as a pop-up theatre event to coincide wth London Fashion Week in 2013, is to be revived for a two-week run at London's Cinema Museum, staged in a specially created catwalk arena. It will begin performances June 21 prior to an official opening June 23, for a run through July 6.



Written by Toby Rose (whose previous credits include the 2007 Edinburgh Fringe show Discotivity) and featuring songs by British pop duo Right Said Fred, it will star fashion model and actor Arron Blake (best known for TV's "The Only Way Is Trust Fund").

It will be directed by Robert McWhir, artistic director of London's Landor Theatre, where his recent directorial credits include productions of I Love You Because, Curtains and Ragtime. The choreographer is Ryan Jenkins,  with musical direction by Michael Webborn, costumes by Deborah Andrew and lighting by Richard Lambert.

Model and actress Camilla Rutherford is also confirmed as the first of a series of celebrities making cameo apearances in the show.

The Cinema Museum is located at 2 Dugard Way, off Renfrew Road in Elephant and Castle in south London.

To book tickets, visit www.tcikettailor.com. For further details, visit www.fashionvictimthemusical.com.