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Dolly Parton's, 9 to 5 The Musical. Touring the UK. A brand spankin' new musical. Music and Lyrics by Dolly Parton. Tour Dates You will need Flash 8 or better to view this content. 24 - 29 JUN HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE, ABERDEEN Click to book online Box Office: 01224 641 122 8 - 13 JUL THE MARLOWE THEATRE, CANTERBURY Click to book online Box Office: 01227 787787 22 - 27 JUL WALES MILLENIUM CENTRE CARDIFF Click to book online Box Office: 029 2063 6464 30 JUL - 3 AUG LIVERPOOL EMPIRE Click to book online Box Office: 0844 871 3017 5 - 10 AUG THEATRE ROYAL BRIGHTON Click to book online Box Office: 0844 871 7650 13 - 17 AUG KING'S THEATRE GLASGOW Click to book online Box Office: 0844 871 7648 20 - 24 AUG OPERA HOUSE MANCHESTER Click to book online Box Office: 0844 871 3018 15 - 20 JUL NEWCASTLE THEATRE ROYAL Click to book online Box Office: 08448 11 21 21 Cast & Crew Ben Richards - Franklyn Hart [Click to expand] Ben's TV credits include PC Nate Roberts (series regular) in "The Bill", Justin (series regular) in "Holby City", "Gayle Tuesday", Bruno Milligan (series regular) in "Footballers Wives" & "Footballers Wives Extra Time", "Doctors" and "Dad" Ben's TV credits include PC Nate Roberts (series regular) in "The Bill", Justin (series regular) in "Holby City", "Gayle Tuesday", Bruno Milligan (series regular) in "Footballers Wives" & "Footballers Wives Extra Time", "Doctors" and "Dad" Ben's film credits include: "Chakara", "Julie and the Cadillacs" and "Bring me the Head of Mavis Davis". Ben's extensive theatre credits include leads in Priscilla Queen of the Desert at The Palace Theatre, Guys And Dolls at The Piccadilly Theatre, Grease at the Victoria Palace Theatre and the UK Tour, Little Shop of Horrors at the Octagon Theatre, The Full Monty at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Saturday Night Fever at the London Palladium, Smokey Joes Café at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Grease at the Dominion Theatre, Up On The Roof at the Queens Theatre, Hornchurch and Hot Mikado at the Queens Theatre. Ben also appeared as a judge on the second series of "Strictly Dance Fever" for BBC 1. Jackie Clune - Violet Newstead [Click to expand] Jackie's television credits include The Bill, Eastenders, Waking the Dead and Breathtaking. Jackie's theatre credits include Mogadishu (Lyric Hammersmith); The Belle's Stratagem (Red Handed); Donna in Mamma Mia! (Little Star & international tour); Mrs Wilkinson in Billy Elliot (Working Title); Julie Burchill is Away (Soho Theatre); A Wedding Story (Sphinx); and Showstopper ( G&J ). Additional credits include comedy Puppetry of the Penis and cabaret shows Bitchin', Jackie Clune is Boy Crazy!, Follow the Star!, It's Jackie! and Chicks with Flicks. Natalie Casey - Judy Bernly [Click to expand] Natalie's film credits include "Chicago Joe & The Showgirl" for Working Title playing the role of Shirley Temple, directed by Bernard Rose. Television credits include, series regular Donna in "Two Pints of Lager & A Packet of Crisps" for the BBC, Diane in the comedy pilot "Dave Shakespeare" for Vulture Culture Productions. Annie in the comedy pilot "Chropratown" for Hat-Trick and Natalie was also one of the original cast members "Hollyoaks" for Channel 4 playing Carol Groves Natalie's theatre credits include Angela in "Abigail's Party" at Wyndams (transferred from Menier Chocolate Factory. Paulette in "Legally Blonde" at the Savoy. Millie in "The Invisible Man" at the Menier Chocolate Factory. Ado Annie in "Oklahoma" at the Chichester Theatre. Lisa in "Well" at the Apollo Theatre/Trafalgar Studios. 'The Wedding Singer' in the leading role of Julia. Earlier this year, she played 'Serena' in the West End staging of 'Fame'. Her other theatre credits include Flint St Nativity (Liverpool Everyman); Hobson's Choice (Watermill Theatre); NYTW (Festival Theatre, Edinburgh); "She's In Your Hands" (Royal Exchange) and "Death in Venice" (Glyndebourne Opera). Natalie's radio credits include various plays for BBC Radio 4 and BBC World Service. Amy Lennox - Doralee Rhodes [Click to expand] Amy's film credits include Jen in "Never Let Me Go" for DNA Films. Television credits include "Wrong Turn Five" for WT5 Productions. Amy's theatre credits include "Decade" for (Headlong), playing Mary Lennox in "The Secret Garden" for (Birmingham Rep), Margot & 1st cover Elle in "Legally Blonde" at (The Savoy), as Jenny in "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie", Wendy in "Peter Pan" at (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Liesl in "The Sound of Music" at (The London Palladium), "Sweeny Todd" at (Royal Festival Hall), "Cinderella" at (QDos), and Maggie May in "Maggie May" at GSA. Bonnie Langford - Roz Keith [Click to expand] Bonnie will be playing the role of Roz until 9 April 2013, plus the following dates 29 Apr - 4 May: Southampton, 27 May - 1 Jun: Leeds, 22 - 27 July: Cardiff. Most recently, Bonnie played ‘The Lady of The Lake' in the UK Tour of Spamalot. Prior to that, she spent over two years the United States where she starred in her own critically acclaimed cabaret show as part of the ‘Brits Off Broadway' season at 59E59 Theaters. She also appeared with Tyne Daly in a workshop production of the new musical Queen of the Stardust Ballroom, directed by Jerry Mitchell. She garnered yet more rave reviews for her portrayal of ‘Roxie Hart' in Chicago both on Broadway and on the North American national tour, a role which she had previously played at the Adelphi Theatre and the Cambridge Theatre in London's West End. Bonnie made her West End debut at the tender age of seven in a musical adaptation of Gone with the Wind at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. The following year she played ‘Baby June' in Gypsy opposite Angela Lansbury at the Piccadilly Theatre. On London's West End stage, she has starred in a further five smash hit Musicals past productions include Cats - New London Theatre (original London cast); The Pirates Of Penzance - Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and London Palladium; Peter Pan - The Musical (playing the title role) - Aldwych Theatre; Me And My Girl - Adelphi Theatre; and her much acclaimed portrayal of ‘Charity' in Sweet Charity - Victoria Palace Theatre. She has toured the UK in Oklahoma!; Charlie Girl; 42nd Street and, most recently, as ‘Miss Adelaide' in Guys and Dolls (Donmar Warehouse Theatre Production). She headlined the US cast of Fosse on the British leg of their International Tour and has also appeared in three Royal Variety Performances and numerous Royal Galas. She toured the UK with comedienne Sandi Toksvig in their hilarious show Short and Curly and Bonnie's one-woman concert is a regular sell-out throughout the world. Bonnie appeared in the hit musical film Bugsy Malone and many British television series including Just William, The Lena and Bonnie Show, the award-winning Hot Shoe Show, Hotel Babylon, Marple, The Catherine Tate Show and as the 22nd assistant to BBC TV's Doctor Who. Mark Moraghan - Franklyn [Click to expand] Mark will be playing the role of Franklyn from 4 February until 4 May 2013. Mark is best known for his regular roles in Holby City, Dream Team, Brookside and Harry Enfield. Mark's theatre credits include: Nightmare On Lime Street, You'll Never Walk Alone, Our Day Out and Funny Money (all for Royal Court, Liverpool), Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Palace Theatre, London), My Fair Lady (Liverpool Philharmonic); Come Fly With Me (Millennium Centre Cardiff); Twopence to Cross the Mersey (Liverpool Empire); Strictly Murder (UK Tour); Eric's (Liverpool Everyman); Bad Blood (Key Theatre); Bouncers, Little Match Girl, Barbarians, and Arabian Nights (Unity Theatre); Macbeth (Art Theatre Company); Fears and Miseries of the Third Reich (Liverpool Playhouse and Young Vic); The Beaux Stratagem (Liverpool Playhouse); The Jungle Book (Cleveland Theatre Company); and High Rise Dreamer (Liverpool Lunchtime Theatre Company). Mark's TV series regulars include Owen Davis in Holby City (5 years), Ray Wyatt in Dream Team (3 years) & Greg Shadwick in Brookside (2 years). His other television credits include: The Knot, Doctors, Heartbeat, The Bill, Where The Heart Is, Always And Everyone, Close And True, Casualty, Peak Practice, Real Women, Harry Enfield and Chums, Sharman, London's Burning, Ocean of America, The Vet, Against All Odds, The Lodge, Wilderness Edge, Boon, The Chief, Needle, Waterfront Beat, Murder in the Wind, Shoot to Kill, Shooting Stars, Emmerdale Farm and Liars. Film credits include: Stepdad, The Last Bloodline and Judge Dredd. Mark's debut Album Moonlight's Back In Style is released on Linn Records. He was a finalist on both Celebrity Masterchef and came second to Russell Watson on BBC's Just the Two of Us with singing partner, Atomic Kitten's Natasha Hamilton. For more information on Mark please visit www.colekitchenn.com. Anita Louise Combe - Roz [Click to expand] Anita will be playing the role of Roz from 10 April 2013, excluding the the following dates 29 Apr - 4 May: Southampton, 27 May - 1 Jun: Leeds, 22 - 27 July: Cardiff Anita has worked extensively in the entertainment industry all around the world. She attended the Gwen Mackay School of Dancing in South Australia in all aspects of dance and then gained distinctions at the Sydney Conservatorium for her classical singing. Anita made her first professional appearance on stage as Sillabub in the Australian Premiere of Cats (Theatre Royal, Sydney) and is one of the few people in the world to date who has played both Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly in Chicago in the West End (Adelphi Theatre). She also created the role of Stephanie Mangano in the World Premiere Production of Saturday Night Fever (Palladium Theatre). Other theatre credits include: Cassie in the Australian tour of A Chorus Line where nominations include Best Actress in a Leading Role (Green Room Award 2013), Best Female Actor in a Leading Role (Robert Helpmann Award 2012), Best Actress (2012 Theatre People Pro Choice awards); Starting Here Starting Now (Victorian State Opera Melbourne); Mavis in Stepping Out (Derby Playhouse); Elizabeth in Taking Steps (Gatehouse Theatre, London); Sybil in Private Lives (Sydney Opera House); Peggy in Honeyspot (Canada/USA/Australia); Constance in Oscar (Shaw Theatre); The Actress in the London premiere of Hello Again (Bridwell Theatre) receiving a Whatsonstage.com nomination for Best Actress in a Musical; Mimi in the World Premiere of La Boheme (Amsterdam/London); Betty Schaefer in the World Premiere of Sunset Boulevard (Adelphi Theatre) and the same role in the Canadian Premiere were she was nominated for Best supporting Actress in a Musical (Dora Maver Moore Award) and Best Actress in a Musical (Jessie Richardson Award); Cosette in Les Miserables (Australia); The Mistress in Evita (Theatre Royal Sydney); and Fermina in Man of La Mancha (Victorian State Opera Melbourne). Television/Film credits include: Doctors (BBC), Holby City (BBC), Salsa (Pilot for Luvchild productions), Rabbit Fever (Caught in the Headlight Productions), Silent Witness (BBC), A Country Practice (JNP Films), Home And Away (Channel 7) G.P (ABC). Recordings include: World Premiere Recordings of Sunset Boulevard and Saturday Night Fever, Canadian Premiere Recording of Sunset Boulevard, Australian Premiere Recording of Cats, Bebe in A Chorus Line with the BBC orchestra live radio performance conducted by Don Pippin, Andrew Lloyd Webber's: The Greatest Hits and she has two solo albums; The First Time and Icons. Anita also has extensive concert experience and in 2006 toured with Take That on their Ultimate come back tour and has worked extensively with various major orchestras including the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra, Israel Chamber Orchestra, BBC big band, BBC orchestra and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra to name a few. Hayley Ainsley - Ensemble [Click to expand] Hayley trained professionally at Laine Theatre Arts, graduating with her National Diploma in Musical Theatre (Trinity, London). Prior to Laine, Hayley attended Central School of Ballet and London Studio Centre. Theatre credits include: Tribute to Glee (Madinat Theatre, Dubai); The Prodigals (Edinburgh); featured dancer in One Man's Dream II: the Magic Lives On at Tokyo Disneyland Resort; featured dancer in Ahead of the Game, Facing the Future and One Giant Leap (Epsom Playhouse); Cinderella (New Victoria Theatre, Woking); Peter Pan (Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton); An Evening of Laughter With Ken Dodd and Friends (London Palladium); Ivy in Stop the World - I Want to Get Off (Studio Theatre, Epsom); charity gala at the Queen's Stand (Epsom Racecourse); Central School of Ballet show (Bloomsbury Theatre, London); The Wizard of Oz (Apollo Theatre, Oxford); Biserk Dance Company (Norton Theatre). Hayley is thrilled to be doing her first number one UK tour. Ashley Andrews - Swing/Dance Captain [Click to expand] Ashley trained professionally at Laine Theatre Arts, graduating with his National Diploma in Musical Theatre (Trinity, London). Theatre credits include: Wicked (Apollo Victoria, London); Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace, London); original cast of Shoes (Sadler's Wells); The Night of 1000 Voices (Royal Albert Hall); understudy and played Mary Sunshine in Chicago (Cambridge Theatre, London); understudy and played Nick and Goody in Fame - the Musical (UK tour); original UK cast of High School Musical (UK tour); original cast of Never Forget – the Take That musical (UK tour); One Man's Dream (Disneyland Tokyo, Japan); Peter Pan and Jack and the Beanstalk (Birmingham Hippodrome); Voila! (HIT Casinos, Slovenia); the role of Kurt in The Sound of Music and Oliver! (Leicester Haymarket Theatre). Commercial and television credits include: Tom Vek ‘Aroused' music video (directed by Saam Farahmand); the Clothes Show Live (NEC, Birmingham); production dancer for Grease Is the Word (ITV1); featured vocalist and dancer in You're the Star: High School Musical 2 (Disney Channel). Philip Bertioli - Josh/Ensemble [Click to expand] Philip trained professionally at Laine Theatre Arts, graduating with his National Diploma in Musical Theatre (Trinity, London). Prior to Laines, Philip trained at Theatre Artz New Road Studios. Theatre credits include: lead vocalist in Minnie Oh! Minnie (Tokyo Disneyland); Troy Bolton in High School Musical (GWB Entertainment); featured dancer in Anthems - Kerry Ellis (concert at the Royal Albert Hall); ensemble and understudy Genie and Abanazar in Aladdin (Cambridge Arts Theatre); understudy Aladdin in Aladdin (First Family Entertainment). Lisa Bridge - Maria/Ensemble [Click to expand] Lisa trained at Arts Educational Schools (Tring) and Guildford School of Acting. Theatre credits include: ensemble in The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium); Liz/Kitty/cover Roxie in Chicago (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); principal vocalist and resident director in The Sopranos (UK and international tour); Peggy Entwistle in Sweet FA (Theatre Royal Portsmouth); Eliza in The King and I (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); Lucy in The Thing About Men and Zebra in Just So (Edinburgh Fringe); swing in Thursford Christmas Spectacular. Nyroy Dixon - Ensemble [Click to expand] Nyroy started his training at Dixon Woods School of Dance in Leicester, then went on to further his training at Bird College. Since leaving, Nyroy's theatre credits include: ensemble and understudy Tyrone and Mr Myers in Fame (UK tour); Dick Whittington (Hackney Empire); High School Musical (London); ensemble and cover Chad in High School Musical (UK tour); Camp Rock, playing the role of Luke Williams (Dubai); Hairspray (UK tour) and, more recently, was part of the Olympic closing ceremony as a professional dancer. Nyroy is thrilled to be in the cast of 9 to 5. Persephone Fitzpatrick - Swing [Click to expand] Persephone trained at Bird College, graduating with a first class honours degree. Since graduating, she has performed in the number one UK tour of Spamalot (also featuring on the original cast recording); Bill Kenwright's UK tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat as Handmaiden and understudy Mrs Potiphar, and as Prince Charming in the pantomime Cinderella for Chris Jordan Productions. She is delighted to be appearing in 9 to 5. Lori Haley Fox - Margaret/Ensemble [Click to expand] Lori's American theatre credits include: Rosie in Mamma Mia! (Broadway); Sondheim: a Celebration (Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York); Bombs Away (Kirk Theatre, New York); Tanya in Mamma Mia! (US national tour), and the workshops Snow, Elway, and I Got Fired – the Musical (New York). UK theatre credits include: Velma in Hairspray (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); alternate Anna and alternate Lady Thiang in The King and I (UK tour); Svetlana in Chess (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); original London cast of Mamma Mia! as alternate Donna (West End); Lady in the Dark (National Theatre); Overtures (Victoria and Albert Museum, London); One Touch of Venus (Opera House Studio, London); Into the Woods (the Landor Theatre, London); Bright Lights, Big City (Hoxton Hall, London); Sweeney Todd (Royal Festival Hall) and Definitely Doris (King's Head). German theatre credits include: Christine in The Phantom of the Opera (Neue Flora Theatre) and Jellylorum/ Griddlebone in Cats (Operettenhaus). Lori's recording work includes: a Broadway series at the Abbey Road Studios in London, as well as the original cast recording of Mamma Mia!. Lori also appears on the cast recording of Lady in the Dark, which was the recipient of the Evening Standard Award, and she has also recorded Coronation Street – the Musical for BBC Radio 2. Her film work includes: Mamma Mia! and The Day of the Grackle, winner of five short-film festival awards. Tom Andrew Hargreaves - Dwayne/Doctor/Max/Raymond/Ensemble [Click to expand] Tom graduated from the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in 2008. His theatre credits include: The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium); We Will Rock You (Stuttgart, Germany); The Tempest (Complete Works Theatre Company); Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Towngate Theatre); the Royal Masonic Variety Show (Prince Edward Theatre) and Heroes and Villains (New Wimbledon Theatre). Television credits include: several episodes of Genie in the House (Nickelodeon) and Comedy Doubles (BBC3). Tom is extremely happy to be embarking on his first UK tour. Sinead Kenny - Swing [Click to expand] Sinead has recently graduated from Arts Educational Schools, where some of her performances included: Olga Mara in Singin' in the Rain, Rosie in Bat Boy, and Helen in Saturday Night. Other theatre work includes: Tiger Lily in Peter Pan, Christmas in New York, the Olivier Awards 2011 and the Not Forgotten Society's 90th anniversary concert. Sinead is delighted to be joining the cast of 9 to 5 as her first professional job out of drama school. James Lacey - Swing [Click to expand] James trained at Chiltern School of Dance and Drama, and furthered his training at the Liverpool Theatre School. Theatre credits include: Jack Scott in High School Musical 2: Live on Stage (UK tour); ensemble/cover Rolf in The Sound of Music (UK tour); Hereford in Constance and Sinestra and the Cabinet of Screams (New Wimbledon Studio); Peter Pan in Peter Pan (Wellingborough Castle Theatre); Bert in All My Sons (Liverpool Playhouse); The Wizard of Oz (Liverpool Playhouse); Parker in Twopence to Cross the Mersey (Liverpool Empire); Prince Charming in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Southport Arts Centre); Frederic in The Pirates of Penzance (St Helens Theatre Royal). Most recently, James appeared as Lady Angela in Sasha Regan's all-male production of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta Patience and as Valentine White in Babes in Arms, both at the Union Theatre, London. Radio credits include: Warren in A Fairy Lost in the 21st Century and But Are You Sure It's Educational?, Young Billy in Billy and Elvis, and Joey in Till the Words Come Back, all for BBC Radio 4. Television credits include: live performance on GMTV as one of the final three Troys in the search for Troy in High School Musical 2; and performances on The Alan Titchmarsh Show, Blue Peter and Disney Channel's Disney 365. Gemma Maclean - Kathy/Missy/Ensemble [Click to expand] Training: Arts Educational Schools London. Theatre credits include: ensemble and understudy Aunty Em in The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium); swing/covered and played Helene and Frug Girl in Sweet Charity (Menier Chocolate Factory and Theatre Royal Haymarket); ensemble and understudied and played the role Meat in We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre); Sally Brown in Snoopy (Jermyn Street Theatre); Princess Badroulbadour in Aladdin (Players' Theatre); Velvet Delamitri in Popcorn (Wimbledon Theatre); swing and understudied and played the role of Jennifer in The Witches of Eastwick (Prince of Wales Theatre); Flora Ackroyd in Alibi (Civic Theatre, Chelmsford); Mrs Worthington in Me and My Girl (Devonshire Park); Doreen and understudied and played the role of Annette in Saturday Night Fever (Asian tour); Felicity Rumpers in Habeas Corpus (Civic Theatre, Chelmsford). Television and film include: Kat in The Bill, Angelina in Hollyoaks, Vegas Showgirl in The Johnny Vegas Show, Carol in Casualty. Peter Mcpherson - Clint Copperfield/Ensemble [Click to expand] Peter trained at London Studio Centre (2000–2003) in Musical Theatre, and Drama Centre London (2007–2010), graduating with a BA (hons) in Acting. Theatre credits include: tour guide in Wonderful Town (Manchester Royal Exchange and UK tour); Evita (UK tour); Alonzo in Cats (UK tour); Tommy in Annie Get Your Gun (UK tour); Sebastian in Twelfth Night (open-air UK tour); Jack Frost in The Snowman (Birmingham Rep and Peacock Theatre); Travis in Footloose (UK tour); Boogie Nights (UK tour); Samurai Warrior in Mitridate, rè di Ponto (Covent Garden Opera); The Night of 1000 Voices (Royal Albert Hall). He has also appeared in the music video ‘Best Friends' for allSTARS*. Marlon Moore - Dick/Mr Tinsworthy/Detective/Ensemble [Click to expand] Theatre credits include: Dustin (cover Greaseball) in Starlight Express (Germany); Miss Sign-On, a new musical about a diva on the dole (Croydon Warehouse); Pharaoh/dance captain in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (West End and UK tour); Ugly in Honk! (Edinburgh Festival), and Archie in a new selftitled show about Bristol-born Hollywood star Cary Grant. Other theatre credits include: Prince in Cinderella, Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls (Beck Theatre, Hayes); Carnival Boy in Carousel (Richmond Theatre); Captain's Mate in Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal Windsor), and Jesus in Godspell (Richmond Theatre). Television credits include: Blag (a pilot for Tiger Aspect); The Bill, Family Affairs and Tipping the Velvet. Commercials include: Drinkaware and Sainsbury's. As well as various modelling shoots for The Sun, That's Life and Take a Break, Marlon has also appeared in cabarets for the Make-a-Wish Foundation and the Variety Club. Marlon is delighted to be joining the cast of 9 to 5. Sasi Strallen - Ensemble [Click to expand] Sasi trained at the Arts Educational Schools. Theatre includes: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Dames at Sea, Bells Are Ringing (Union Theatre); Tracy Atkinson in Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace), directed by Stephen Daldry; understudy Jemima in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium); Young Jenny in Scrooge (London Palladium); Jesus Christ Superstar (national tour); Charity in Whistle Down the Wind (New Victoria Theatre, Woking); Annie (Wimbledon Theatre); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (New Wimbledon Theatre). Workshops include: Amy in Little Women, directed by Tamara Harvey. Most recently: Linda Cheveski in Street of Dreams (MEN Arena, Manchester). Lauren Stroud - Candy Striper/Ensemble [Click to expand] Lauren trained professionally at Laine Theatre Arts, graduating with her National Diploma in Musical Theatre (Trinity, London). Theatre credits include: the role of Frenchy/cover Sandy in Grease, Brenda/cover and playing Penny Pingleton in Hairspray, Sharpette/cover and playing Sharpay Evans in Disney's High School Musical, title role in Annie and Mugglewump in The Twits (all UK tours); Belle in Beauty in the Beast (Royal Spa Centre, Leamington); Princess Aurora in Sleeping Beauty (Princess Theatre); Jemima Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium); Young Cosette in Les Misérables (Palace Theatre). Television and radio credits include: the role of Vanessa in It's a Girl Thing (Channel 4); The Bringer of Sweets (BBC Radio 4). She has also featured as a voiceover artiste for numerous projects including Disney and British Telecom. Lauren is delighted to be joining the cast of 9 to 5. Andrew Waldron - Cop/Bob Enright/Ensemble [Click to expand] Andrew trained at the Italia Conti Academy, graduating with a National Diploma in Musical Theatre. Theatre credits include: Tom (understudy Zach, Bobby and playing Al) in A Chorus Line (Tel Aviv), directed by Baayork Lee; ensemble (understudy Prince Charming and playing Dandini) in Cinderella (Hackney Empire); Nazi/Party Guest in The Sound of Music (Kuala Lumpur); ensemble/Inventor (understudy and playing Sid) in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK tour); ensemble (understudy Abanazar) in Aladdin (Southampton Mayflower); Morgenthau (understudy and playing Bert Healy) in Annie (UK tour); featured performer in Cavalcade of Song and Dance (Royal Albert Hall), and featured performer onboard P&O's Oriana cruise liner. Commercial credits include: Moving Digit in Bed Clock (Argos advert); guest performance of ‘Me Ol' Bamboo' for The All-Ireland Talent Show (RTé Television), and various performances on The Brit Awards (ITV). Mark Willshire - Joe [Click to expand] Mark trained at Laine Theatre Arts. Theatre credits include: Dennis Tanner in Street of Dreams, Sam Wheat cover in Ghost (Piccadilly Theatre); Robbie in Girls' Night Out (UK tour); Ash in Never Forget (UK tour); Our House (UK tour); Turnov in Starlight Express (UK tour); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK tour); Eddie in Mamma Mia! (international tour); Carousel (UK tour); Aladdin (Milton Keynes Theatre); Tommy the Cat in Dick Whittington (Milton Keynes Theatre) and Pierre in Beauty and the Beast (Telford). Television commercials include: recent campaigns for KFC, T-Mobile and New Look. About 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL is the hilarious new musical comedy based on the hit movie, that centres on three office workers who turn the tables on their sexist boss. Outrageous, thought provoking and even a little romantic, 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL is about teaming up and taking care of business. Featuring original numbers from Dolly Parton's Oscar, Tony? and Grammy Award nominated score including Backwoods Barbie, Shine Like the Sun and the original hit song 9 TO 5. Join in the fun - sing along to 9 to 5 with Dolly, from her desk in Dollywood! 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL Music and Lyrics by Dolly Parton Book by Patricia Resnick Directed by Jeff Calhoun Based on the 20th Century Fox Picture Originally produced on Broadway by Robert Greenblatt, April 2009) This production presented by permission of JOSEF WEINBERGER LIMITED on behalf of MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL of New York Media Opening Night! 9 to 5 The Musical Audience Reactions in Manchester A sneaky peek behind the scenes at our photo shoot with the brand spankin' new and oh so fabulous cast! Press Information Please send all press enquiries to: RAW PR - www.rawpr.co.uk - simon@rawpr.co.uk / mark@rawpr.co.uk Photos 9 to 5 The Musical Production Pics! 9 to 5 The Musical Rehearsals in Full Swing The 9 to 5 The Musical rehearsals are in full swing before we move up to Manchester next week for the UK Premiere. Here are a few behind the scenes photos of our oh so fabulous cast in action! News THE GIRLS ARE BACK IN TOWN! Final Tour Dates announced prior to West End FRIENDSHIP, GOSSIP, POISON, MURDER..THESE GIRLS HAVE ALL THE FUN This Summer, 9 to 5 The Musical is playing its final UK tour dates prior to the West End This hilarious new musical comedy is based on the hit movie that centres on three office workers who turn the tables on their sexist boss. Featuring original numbers from Dolly Parton's Oscar, Tony? and Grammy Award nominated score, 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL is about teaming up and taking care of business. The final venues to be announced are as follows... 30 JUL - 3 AUG LIVERPOOL EMPIRE 5 - 10 AUG THEATRE ROYAL BRIGHTON 13 - 17 AUG KING'S THEATRE GLASGOW 20 - 24 AUG OPERA HOUSE MANCHESTER Starring Ben Richards, Jackie Clune, Natalie Casey, Amy Lennox and Anita Louise Combe Join in the fun - sing along to 9 to 5 with Dolly, from her desk in Dollywood! Click here for all tour dates and booking details New Dates On Sale, and a Brand Spankin' New Week Announced in Glasgow! This week 9 to 5 The Musical has gone on sale in Dublin, Belfast, Sheffield and Cardiff! Plus, due to phenomenal demand, we have had to add an extra week in Glasgow 8 - 12 January! Click here for all tour dates and booking details Our Brand Spankin' New TV Advert Coming to a TV Screen Near You! This week we launched our new TV ad in Birmingham, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Have you seen it yet? The Show Critics Would Pay To See! Critics love 9 to 5! Here are a few of our favourite quotes... '10 out of 10 for knock-out performances and a treasure chest of new songs' Sunday Express 'The show critics would pay to see' Times 'A winning mix of raucous good humour and genuinely touching moments' Telegraph Full review 'A TRIUMPH' Daily Star Full review 'Hard to believe this was ever not a musical. Dolly Parton songs gallop through; Backwoods Barbie fits as well as anything in Sondheim' Times 'A delicious excuse for extra helpings of the Queen of Nashville's best numbers' Mail on Sunday Opening Night! 9 to 5 The Musical Audience Reactions in Manchester Check out what the audience thought to the first week in Manchester for 9to5 The Musical! 9 to 5 The Musical Rehearsals in Full Swing The 9 to 5 The Musical rehearsals are in full swing before we move up to Manchester next week for the UK Premiere. Here are a few behind the scenes photos of our oh so fabulous cast in action! Starring Ben Richards, Jackie Clune, Bonnie Langford, Natalie Casey and Amy Lennox* *Current cast confirmed until 3 Feb 2013 Click here for full casting Cast Announced Until 2 Feb 2013 (excluding dates in Birmingham) We are thrilled to announce that for all dates up to 2 February (excluding Birmingham) will be starring the following fabulous fivesome: Ben Richards Jackie Clune Natalie Casey Amy Lennox And Bonnie Langford as Roz. Click here for full casting New Dates On Sale Keep checking back on our website as we add extra dates for the tour! 11 - 16 MAR 2013 TRURO HALL FOR CORNWALL Click to book online Box Office: 01872 262466 8 - 13 APR 2013 SWANSEA GRAND THEATRE Click to book online Box Office: 01792 475715 Click here for all tour dates and booking details 9 To 5 Groups Launch In Wimbledon We got a few of our fantastic cast together to give the people of Wimbledon a treat... Having just met up a couple of hours beforehand, they led the audience in a roof-raising sing-a-long of the title track 9 to 5. Here are a few photos of all the fun! A Sneaky Peek Behind The Scenes with our brand spankin' new and oh so fabulous cast! We got our cast together for the first time for a photo shoot. Here's a (very speedy) behind the scenes preview of what they got up to! Reviews ‘10 out of 10 for knock-out performances and a treasure chest of new songs.’ Sunday Express ‘The show critics would pay to see’ Times ‘A winning mix of raucous good humour and genuinely touching moments’ Telegraph ‘A Triumph’ Daily Star ‘A Dolly good show’ Daily Mail ‘Hard to believe this was ever not a musical. Dolly Parton songs gallop through; Backwoods Barbie fits as well as anything in Sondheim.’ Times ‘A delicious excuse for extra helpings of the Queen of Nashville's best numbers’ Mail on Sunday THE GIRLS ARE BACK IN TOWN! Final Tour Dates announced prior to West End [more] New Dates On Sale! 9 to 5 The Musical now on sale in Dublin, Belfast, Sheffield and Cardiff! And an extra week added in Glasgow! [more] 9 to 5 The Musical @9to5official We're all on the plane to Aberdeen together... It's like our own chartered flight! pic.twitter.com/kOqsWlD5Xj PRESS INFO

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