Heathers the Musical to return to London’s The Other Palace

Last Updated on 29 October 2021 by Showcall Editorial Team

Heathers the Musical is to run at The Other Palace in London from 25 November 2021. Tickets are on sale now

Heathers the Musical Haymarket
The cast of Heathers the Musical at Theatre Royal Haymarket in summer 2021. Photo: Pamela Raith

Heathers the Musical is to return to its original London home of The Other Palace as the first show since the theatre was sold to Bill Kenwright Ltd (BKL).

Alongside the current tour, the hit show – based on the cult 1990s film – will run at The Other Palace near Victoria from 25 November 2021 until 20 February 2022. Tickets are on sale now.

Produced by Bill Kenwright and Paul Taylor-Mills, the musical started out at The Other Palace in 2018 before transferring to the Theatre Royal Haymarket for a limited season later that year. It returned to the Haymarket this summer.

Casting for the London production will be announced “in due course”.

Production house BKL announced yesterday that it was buying The Other Palace from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s LW Theatres.

Heathers the Musical features a book, music and lyrics by Kevin Murphy and Laurence O’Keefe. The production is directed by Andy Fickman, with choreography by Thriller Live’s Gary Lloyd, designs by David Shields, lighting by Ben Cracknell and sound by Dan Samson.

The UK and Ireland tour, which began in August 2021, is running until 11 December 2021, with a cast including Rebecca Wickes, Simon Gordon, Maddison Firth, Merryl Ansah, Lizzy Parker, Liam Doyle, Rory Phelan, Mhairi Angus and Georgina Hagen.

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