Joseph Finalist Craig Chalmers to Don Dreamcoat Again in New Tour

News   Joseph Finalist Craig Chalmers to Don Dreamcoat Again in New Tour
Craig Chalmers, who finished in the top five of the BBC reality TV contest "Any Dream Will Do," which cast the part of Joseph in the 2007 West End revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and subsequently played the part in Bill Kenwright's touring production of the show, will return to the role for a new tour.

The tour will launch at Norwich's Theatre Royal on April 13, running to April 18, then continue to Sunderland's Empire Theatre (May 4-9), Windsor's Theatre Royal (May 11-16), Swindon's Wyvern Theatre (May 18-23), Tunbridge Wells' Assembly Hall (May 25-30), Northampton's Derngate Theatre (June 1-6), Leeds' Grand Theatre (June 8-20), Buxton's Opera House (June 22-27), Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre (June 29 to July 4), Bromley's Churchill Theatre (July 6-11), Milton Keynes Theatre (July 20-25) and Richmond Theatre (July 27 to Aug. 1), with further dates to be announced. Edinburgh-born Chalmers has previously been a professional vocalist and entertainer. He was part of a successful boyband called No Reason, who enjoyed a top ten hit and performed at Edinburgh's King's Theatre and at Hampden Stadium alongside Blue, McFly, Sugababes and Girls Aloud.

The production is directed and produced by Bill Kenwright, designed by Sean Cavanagh and choreographed by Henry Metcalfe, with lighting designed by Mark Howett and sound designed by Chris Full.

Joseph was penned by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.

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