Fame the Musical announces West End transfer for 30th anniversary
The 30th anniversary production of Fame the Musical, which is currently touring, will transfer to the West End next year.
Fame will run at the Peacock Theatre from September 11 to October 19, 2019.
Based on the 1980 film of the same name, the stage show of Fame originated in Miami in 1988, and is touring the UK to mark 30 years since the original production.
The tour stars Mica Paris, Jorgie Porter and Keith Jack, however casting for the London run is yet to be announced.
The production is directed and choreographed by Nick Winston, with design by Morgan Large, sound by Ben Harrison and musical supervision by Mark Crossland.
It is produced by Selladoor Worldwide, with Gavin Kalin Productions, Dan Looney and Adam Paulden, Stephen McGill Productions and Jason Haigh-Ellery, in association with BrightLights Productions and Big Dreamer Productions.
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