Ushers musical to transfer to the Charing Cross Theatre
Ushers – the Front of House Musical, which premiered at the Hope Theatre in Islington last year, is to transfer to the Charing Cross Theatre.
The production, written by Yiannis Koutsakos, James Oban and James Rottger, ran at the Hope Theatre in December and will now open at the Charing Cross Theatre of March 7. It will play Thursdays to Saturdays at 10.15pm until April 19, with press night on March 12.
The cast includes Ralph Bogard, Ross McNeill and Liam Ross-Mills.
It is produced by Oban for Kouban Productions and is directed by Max Reynolds, with choreography by Russell Smith.
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