New British Musical Loserville Confirms Dates and Cast for West End Premiere at the Garrick Theatre

News   New British Musical Loserville Confirms Dates and Cast for West End Premiere at the Garrick Theatre
Loserville, a new original British musical written by Elliot Davis and James Bourne, has confirmed its transfer to the West End's Garrick Theatre, where it will begin performances Oct. 1 prior to an official opening Oct. 17.

First seen professionally at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds, where it began performances June 18 prior to an official opening June 26 for a run that ended July 14, the musical is inspired by "Welcome to Loserville," an album by Son of Dork of which Bourne is the founder. It is directed by Steven Dexter with choreography by Nick Winston. It is produced in London by Kevin Wallace Limited, TC Beech Limited, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Youth Music Theatre UK (who staged the show's first try-out student production).

According to press materials for the original Yorkshire run, the show is about "dating, binary and staying true to your dreams." The class of 1971 have reached their senior year. Michael, Lucas, Francis and Marvin are about to revolutionise the world when a new complication enters their life -- girls. When the brilliantly clever and stunningly beautiful Holly arrives in town all of Michael's dreams seem to be coming true, but arch nemesis Eddie has his sights on stealing Michael's perfect girl and taking all the credit for his world changing ideas.

The West End cast comprises Aaron Sidwell as Michael, Eliza Hope Bennett as Holly, Stewart Clarke as Eddie (replacing Gareth Gates, who played the role in Leeds), Charlotte Harwood as Leia, Richard Lowe as Lucas, Lil’ Chris as Francis and Daniel Buckley as Marvin, with Jade Albertsen, Sophie Ayers, Laura Bennett, Robbie Boyle, Matthew Bradley, Olly Buxton, Andrew Carthy, Freya Field, Daniel Hall, Lauren Hall, Ollie Hannifan, Dan Krikler, Duncan Leighton, Ashley Luke Lloyd, Megan Louch, Andy Shaw, Sarah Watson and Witney White.

Bourne has written seven number one hit songs, had numerous top three singles, and played to sold-out arenas across the U. Mouseclick scroll to bottomK. He has won two Brit Awards and played two Royal Variety Performances. As an artist and songwriter, it is estimated he has sold over  six million records. He has also written for numerous other artists including McFly, The Saturdays, Jonas Brothers and Pixie Lott.

Davis is a writer and composer, who has written Out There and Loserville with Bourne and co-wrote Soho Cinders with Anthony Drewe that features music by George Stiles. To book tickets, which are on sale through March 2, contact the box office on 0844 412 4662, or visit for more details.

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