A new Cast for Calendar Girls including Eastenders Stars!

A new cast will take over in Calendar Girls, at the Noel Coward Theatre from 28 July to 17 Oct 2009.

NEW CAST FEATURING GEMMA ATKINSON, JILL BAKER, JUNE BROWN, SARA CROWE, ANITA DOBSON, JILL HALFPENNY, JERRY HALL AND JACK RYDER.

“CALENDAR GIRLS”, the new stage play by Tim Firth, adapted from his own screenplay for the 2003 film, will star from 28th July Gemma Atkinson, Jill Baker, June Brown, Sara Crowe, Anita Dobson, Jill Halfpenny, Jerry Hall and Jack Ryder. Also in the cast are Richenda Carey, Will Knightley, Delia Lindsay and Neil McCaul.

“CALENDAR GIRLS” is the story of ordinary women who do something extraordinary and spark a global phenomenon by persuading one another to pose for a charity calendar with a difference. CALENDAR GIRLS is based on an inspiring true story that is uplifting, poignant and hilarious.

“CALENDAR GIRLS” is directed by Hamish McColl, who won an Olivier Award for writing and performing “The Play What I Wrote” in the West End. “CALENDAR GIRLS” will have a set by Robert Jones, with lighting by Malcolm Rippeth, costumes by Emma Williams and music by Steve Parry.

Calendar Girls London

“CALENDAR GIRLS” is produced by David Pugh & Dafydd Rogers.

‘A show whose feel-good factor is sky high.’ The Guardian

‘A marvellous, uplifting night at the theatre.’ Daily Mail

‘One of the most enjoyable evenings recent theatre has produced.’ London’s Evening Standard

 Book Tickets for CALENDAR GIRLS

2 thoughts on “A new Cast for Calendar Girls including Eastenders Stars!”

  1. 9 of us travelled from Newcastle at quite an expense to see Calandar Girls
    Oct 24th, evening performance, good seats in the stalls. To say we were disappointed in the show would be an understatement…plot very thin, if we hadn’t seen cinema production would have been lost off. Cast just seemed to stand there and speak their lines…or in Anita Dobsons case shout them. We’d gone to a great deal of trouble dressing in black T shirts with stitched on Sunflowers and Miss July or whatever on the backs.
    We really looked forward to a fun evening but were totally deflated. We did however attract attention outside, as Jill Baker came out she smiled and said ‘Well done girls’ and total strangers were taking our photos. Our first visit to a London theatre and may very well be our last!!!

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