New Musical Made in Dagenham to Shutter at West End's Adelphi Theatre

News   New Musical Made in Dagenham to Shutter at West End's Adelphi Theatre
Made in Dagenham, an original musical version of the 2010 film of the same name that has been running at the West End's Adelphi Theatre since October prior to an official opening Nov. 5, is to shutter April 11.

The musical, which has a book by Richard Bean, music by David Arnold and lyrics by Richard Thomas, stars Gemma Arterton and is directed by Rupert Goold. 

In a statement, Rebecca Quigley, producer for Stage Entertainment, commented, "I'm immensely proud of Made in Dagenham and of everyone involved in bringing it to the stage. Brand new, British musicals are few and far between - particularly those that can make you laugh and move you in equal measure."

She went on to say, "Our writers, creative team and company have been particularly passionate about telling this true story of a remarkable event in our history with the wit, heart and creativity it deserves. They’ve achieved that and so much more. Of course we're sad to have to say goodbye for now, but to those amazing women who inspired this story, to our wonderful Made in Dagenham musical family and to the hundreds of thousands of people who will have seen the show before April 11th, a very big and heartfelt thank you."

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