Friendsical, the Friends parody, comes to the New Theatre in Peterborough from March 3-7
The 2019 Edinburgh Festival smash-hit, Friendsical, returns to the stage after opening to a rapturous response from audiences.
The original and unique musical, a loving parody of the iconic TV show, Friends, will be on at the New Theatre in Peterborough from Tuesday, March 3-7.
With updates to the script and further developments to the design, the touring show is returning 'bigger and funnier than ever before.'
When Ross’ wife leaves him for another woman, he fears he will never find love again. But then Rachel runs back into his life... so will he end up with his one true love?
The show features original songs such as ‘(He’s her) Lobster!’, ‘Richard’s Moustache’ and ‘You’re Over Me, When Were You Under Me?’
And the gang take on naked Thursdays, a power cut, and a dinosaur convention! What could possibly go wrong?
Friendsical stars Thomas Mitchells as Chandler (The Buddy Holly Story on UK Tour, Big Girls Don’t Cry on UK Tour ) and Ally Retberg as Phoebe (Fame on Italian Tour), who will reprise their acclaimed roles in the hilarious show.
They will be joined by a new set of friends for this tour. This cast consists of Ewan Gillies as Ross (Soho Cinders at Charing Cross Theatre, Normality and Sunshine, both at The Other Palace), Alexandra Robinson as Rachel (American Idiot on UK Tour, La Cage Aux Folles on UK Tour), Tanya Shields as Monica (Guys and Dolls for The Prison Project, Fantastic Mr Fox at the Lyric Hammersmith and UK Tour) and Joshua Steel as Joey (Fame on UK Tour, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the London Palladium).
They will be joined by Calum Gulvin (Ensemble) and Stephanie MacGaraidh (Ensemble).
Tickets to see the show range from £15-£29 with both evening and matinee shows available on various days. Book online at www.newtheatre-peterborough.com or call the box office on 01733 852992.
The hugely popular American sitcom Friends ran for ten series and turned into stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer.
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