Never Forget Will Transfer Following Extended Run at London's Savoy

News   Never Forget Will Transfer Following Extended Run at London's Savoy
Never Forget, a new musical set to the back catalogue of songs by nineties Boyband Take That, has extended its booking period at its current West End home, the Savoy, through Nov. 15.

Following the Nov. 15 performance, a transfer is planned to a new West End theatre for Christmas and an open-ended run. Theatre details are to be announced shortly.

In a press statement, producer Charlie Parsons said, "We have been delighted by the overwhelming response the show has had in London. This next stage in the production's journey is the most exciting to date."

Worldwide productions are currently also said to be under discussion for Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, Austria, Australia, Korea, New Zealand and Japan. Auditions are also to be held in September for a second company that will launch a 2009-2010 national tour in Manchester.

Never Forget, with an original story written by BAFTA Award winner Danny Brocklehurst (TV's "Shameless," "Sorted" and "Clocking Off"), Guy Jones and director Ed Curtis, revolves around a tribute band being formed to Take That. But when success beckons, love and loyalties are put to the test and the lead singer Ash must decide how far he will go in his pursuit of the ultimate prize. The score includes Take That's number one hits "Relight My Fire," "Pray," "Back for Good," "Babe" and "Never Forget."

The current cast includes Dean Chisnall as Ash Sherwood, Craige Els as Jake Turner, Stephane Anelli as Jose Reize, Tim Driesen as Adrian Banks and Eaton James as Dirty Harry. To book tickets, contact the box office at 0870 164 8787 or visit

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