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SPAMILTON

 


12th July - 15th September

PERFORMANCE TIMES

Tuesday - Saturday 8pm
Saturday & Sunday 3:30pm

Running time
85 minutes with no interval

 


CAST

Mark Akinfolarin

Sophie-Louise Dann

Jason Denton

Eddie Elliott

James Hameed

Damian Humbley

Esme Laudat

Liam Tamne

Julie Yammanee



CREATIVES
 

Written and directed by
Gerard Alessandrini

Choreography
Gerry McIntyre

Set Design
Morgan Large

Costume Design
Dustin Cross

Lighting Design
Tim Lutkin

Sound Design
Gregory Clarke &
Jonathan Everett


Musical Arrangements
Fred Barton

Musical Direction
Simon Beck



 


SPAMILTON
 

Gerard Alessandrini brings his singular wit to the all-conquering musical Hamilton – in the words of its creator Lin Manuel Miranda, “I laughed my brains out”. Following the success of Forbidden Broadway, Alessandrini returns to the Menier to lampoon the multi-award-winning Hamilton, with Spamilton, which not only takes target at Broadway’s biggest export, but a host of the theatre world’s biggest names and musicals.

Described by the New York Times as “smart, silly and convulsively funny”, Spamilton makes its UK debut at the Menier Chocolate Factory, where unlike the Victoria Palace, there are tickets available - at a fraction of the price.

Presented in association with John Freedson, David Zippel & Christine Pedi.

 

CAST



Marc Akinfolarin returns to the Menier, where he previously appeared in Assassins and The Color Purple. His other theatre credits include Spamalot (UK tour), Peter and The Starcatcher (Royal and Derngate, Northampton), Floyd Collins (Wilton's Music Hall), Sweeney Todd (English National Opera) & Porgy and Bess (Royal Danish Opera).

Sophie-Louise Dann returns to the Menier where she previously appeared in both productions of Forbidden Broadway. Her other theatre work includes The Girls (Olivier Award nomination), Bend it Like Beckham (both Phoenix Theatre), Oliver! (Grange Park Opera), Made in Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre), Closer than Ever (Jermyn Street Theatre) & Lend Me a Tenor (Gielgud Theatre – Oliver Award nomination).

Jason Denton’s theatre work includes School of Rock (New London Theatre), Showboat (New London and Sheffield Theatres), Save The Last Dance For Me (UK tour), Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Stephen Ward (both at the Aldwych), Hot Stuff, Hello Dolly! & Piaf (Curve Theatre, Leicester).

Eddie Elliott’s theatre work includes Motown (Shaftesbury Theatre), Dry Cleaned (Intermission Theatre), Cinderella (Hackney Empire), South Pacific (Barbican and UK tour), Five Guys Named Moe (Theatre at the Mill), We Will Rock You (UK tour), The Music Man (Chichester Festival Theatre) and The Lion King (Lyceum Theatre).

Damian Humbley returns to the Menier having appeared in Merrily We Roll Along (also Harold Pinter Theatre and Huntington Theatre Company, USA), Life of the Party (also TheatreWorks SV - Bay Theatre Award), Forbidden Broadway (also Vaudeville Theatre) and The Last 5 Years. His other theatre work includes Lend Me A Tenor (Gielgud Theatre), The Woman In White (Palace Theatre) & Fiddler on the Roof (Savoy Theatre).

Liam Tamne’s theatre work includes Working (Southwark Playhouse), The Rocky Horror Show (UK tour), The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre), Departure Lounge -- the Musical (Perfect Pitch), Hair (Gielgud Theatre), Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre) and Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre).

Julie Yammanee’s theatre credits include Lazarus (King’s Cross Theatre), Priscilla Queen of The Desert (international tour), Here Lies Love (National Theatre), Avenue Q (UK tour), The World Goes Round (Yellow Glass Theatre) and Rapunzel (Theatre Royal Stratford East).




PERFORMANCE DETAILS


12th July - 8th September

Tuesday - Saturday 8pm
Saturday & Sunday 3:30pm

No performances Sunday 15th, 22nd & 29th July
Additional performances Monday 16th & 23rd July


 
 

TICKET PRICING
 

We are delighted to offer a range of ticket prices, from discounted preview tickets to Premier seats, with the emphasis on 'the sooner you book, the better the price'.