Sleeping Arrangements - book signing
THE critically acclaimed Sleeping Arrangements, a new musical based on the novel by Sophie Kinsella, continues at the Landor Theatre until May 12, 2013. Now, fans of both the book and the show have the chance to meet the author at an after show book signing on Tuesday, May 7.
Previously Posted: Casting has been announced for the world premiere of Sleeping Arrangements, a new musical based on the novel by Sophie Kinsella, which runs at the Landor Theatre from April 22 (previews from April 17) to May 12, 2013.
The line up includes Jenny Gayner (as Chloe), Liza Pulman (Amanda), Sabrina Aloueche (Jenna), Grant Neal (Philip), Steve Serlin (Hugh) and Adam Pettigrew (Sam).
Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, the musical tells the tale of Chloe who desperately needs a holiday. She’s sick of making wedding dresses and her partner, Philip has troubles at work. Her wealthy friend Gerard has offered the loan of his luxury villa in Spain – Perfect.
Hugh is not a happy man. His immaculate wife Amanda seems more interested in her new kitchen than him and he works so hard to pay for it, he barely has time for his children. Maybe he’ll have a chance to bond with them on holiday. His friend Gerard has lent him a luxury villa in Spain – Perfect.
Both families arrive at the villa and realise the awful truth – Gerard has double-booked. What no-one else realises is that Chloe and Hugh have a history, and as tensions rise, old passions resurface. It seems that Gerard’s ‘accidental’ double booking may not be an accident after all…
Jenny Gayner has 16 years of experience in TV, film and musical theatre. She appeared in the West End production of Chicago, playing the role of Roxie Hart as well as swing and understudy roles at various points between 2003 and 2012. Her other credits include Janet in the European tour of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and a year in the West End production of Spamalot. This year, she can also be seen playing the lead role, Nicole Hunter, in the feature film The Addicted.
Liza Pulman is a Drama Desk nominee and winner for Fascinating Aida, which she joined in 2004, appearing on their album Absolutely Fascinating. Her other credits include Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (as Violet) at the London Palladium and the national tour of Doctor Dolittle opposite Phillip Schofield and Russ Abbot
Sabrina Alouche is best known for playing Scaramouche in We Will Rock You. She has also played two characters in two London productions of Les Misérables, firstly Young Cosette at the Palace Theatre and then Eponine at the Queen’s Theatre where she was also cast to play the same part in the 21st anniversary show recorded for a BBC radio broadcast.
Grant Neal credits include West End shows such as Chicago, Into the Woods, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and The Sound of Music. He can also be heard on the original cast recordings of Imagine This and Evita.
Steve Serlin was the Lead Vocalist in the UK tour of Tap Fever and created the role of Jan/Aaron in the West End premiere of Imagine This. His previous credits include Mr Pressman in the UK tour of Our House, Frankie Valli in Big Girls Don’t Cry (UK tour) and Larry Stein in Desperately Seeking Susan (Novello Theatre). He also created the role of Terry in Boogie Nights (West End and tour).
Adam Pettigrew, whose recent theatre credits include Princeton/Rod in the Avenue Q UK tour, made his West End debut as Boq in Wicked, a role he played until late October 2012.
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