Siobhan Dillon and Mark Evans to Take Over in West End's Ghost the Musical

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Siobhan Dillon and Mark Evans will take over as Molly and Sam in the original London production of Ghost the Musical, from the Broadway-bound Caissie Levy and Richard Fleeshman, who respectively created the roles. They will begin performances Jan. 13, 2012, at the West End's Piccadilly Theatre.

Siobhan Dillon
Siobhan Dillon

They will join Sharon D. Clarke and Andrew Langree, who continue as Oda Mae Brown and Carl, respectively. The full company from Jan. 13 will also include Ivan de Freitas (Willie Lopez), Adebayo Bolaji (Subway Ghost), Mark White (Hospital Ghost), Lisa Davina Phillip (Clara) and Jenny Fitzpatrick (Louise), joined by ensemble and swing members Jaygann Ayeh, Paul Ayres, Darren Carnall, Samuel Edwards, Rebecca Giacopazzi, Emily Hawgood, Louise Lawson, Rochelle Neil, Michael Peters, Laura Selwood, Yemie Sonuga, Spencer Stafford, Philippa Stefani, Jez Unwin, Sally Whitehead and Mark Willshire.

Dillon was a finalist in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s first reality TV show "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?"  She subsequently made her West End debut as Patty in Grease at the Piccadilly Theatre, and has toured the UK in Can’t Smile Without You and Cabaret. In 2010, she played the role of Vivienne in Legally Blonde The Musical at the Savoy Theatre, and she is currently playing Claire in Ex The Musical at the Soho Theatre, through Dec. 3. 

Evans is currently playing the role of Fiyero in the West End production of Wicked.  He has previously been seen on stage as Curly in the recent UK tour of Oklahoma!, the leading role of Troy Bolton in the London production of High School Musical and as Brad Majors in the UK tour of The Rocky Horror Show.  He reached the final of the BBC show "Your Country Needs You" to find a performer to perform Britain's Eurovision Song Contest entry.

To book tickets, which are on sale through Oct. 13 2012, contact the box office on 0844 871 7618, or visit for more details.  

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