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In London’s West End 2019: Full Casting Announced For White Christmas the Musical at the Dominion Theatre

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LONDON –  Jamie Wilson, Mark Goucher full casting for the Made at Curve production of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas at London’s Dominion Theatre. Michael Brandon will play General Henry Waverly, Brenda Edwards Martha Watson, Danielle Hope Betty Haynes and Clare Halse Judy Haynes. They will be joined by the previously announced Danny Mac as Bob Wallace and Dan Burton as Phil Davis, who both reprise their acclaimed roles following the successful run at Curve, Leicester in 2018.

The rest of the cast includes Stephane Anelli, Delycia Belgrave, Sophie Camble, Matthew Caputo, Jordan Crouch, Aimee Hodnett, Michael Lin, Robbie McMillan, Jo Morris, Oliver Ramsdale, Erin Rushidi, Kayleigh Thadani, Sion Tudor Owen, Alexandra Waite-Roberts, Sasha Walters, Matthew Whennell-Clark, Jack Wilcox, Anna Woodside and Freya Yates.

Based on the hit 1954 musical film of the same name starring Bing Crosby and Phil Davis, White Christmas follows singers who perform a Christmas show in rural Vermont – upon the boys meeting their former commander who’s fallen on hard times, the four end up planning for a a yuletide miracle with a fun-filled musical extravaganza. A timeless romantic comedy to warm hearts of all ages, White Christmas features the classic songs “Blue Skies”, “Sisters” and the most famous festive song of all… “White Christmas”.

Irving Berlin’s White Christmas plays from 15th November 2019 to 4th January 2020 at the Dominion Theatre. Tickets available here

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