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West End and Broadway stars Earl Carpenter and Anita Louise Combe head the cast for a major new actor-musician production of the multi Tony award-winning musical RAGTIME
Earl Carpenter, who starred in the West End and on Broadway as The Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera and Inspector Javert in Les Miserables, and West End star Anita Louise Combe, Tessie Tura in Gypsy at the Savoy Theatre and both Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly in Chicago, are to head the cast of a major new actor-musician production of Ragtime.
It is the turn of the 20th Century in New York. An era is exploding. A century is spinning. And the people are moving in rhythm and rhyme to the music of Ragtime. Based on the novel by E.L Doctorow, Ragtime weaves together the story of three groups in America, represented by Coalhouse Walker Jr, a Harlem musician; Mother and her white, middle class family in New Rochelle; and Tateh, a Jewish immigrant who has come to America with his daughter seeking a new life. Their fictional lives become dramatically intertwined with one another as well as with historical figures including Harry Houdini, Booker T. Washington, JP Morgan and Henry Ford.
“musical theatre at its best” LondonTheatre ★★★★★
“a knockout production…triumphant” Mark Shenton, The Stage ★★★★★
“unquestionably the most intelligent, humane and melodic musical in London” Sunday Express ★★★★
“one of the grandest spectacles in town” British Theatre ★★★★★
Please note: this production contains 10 seconds of strobe lighting in the second act.
Performance datesMonday to Saturday 7.30pm, Wednesday 2.30pm, Saturday 3pm
Now extended to 10 December! Please note: this production contains 10 seconds of strobe lighting in the second act.
Remember The Little Guy – Off West End And Smaller Theatres
When you think of the West End, you probably think of Shaftesbury Avenue and those big name theatres in that region. They’re beautiful theatres with all their history and grandeur, the bright lights and beautiful displays but what about those smaller theatres that don’t have those same big budgets, the bright lights or the great locations? Do we forget about them? The answer, if it wasn’t already obvious, is no.
22 Aug, 2016 | By Jade Ali