The 8th Fold
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The 8th Fold at the Duchess Theatre

The 8th FoldFrom the producers of Notes from New York and Idina Menzel’s award-winning UK tour, The 8th Fold is a musical about loss, learning, and new beginnings. Set in the recent past, and rooted in the American war on terror, it tells the story of one year in the life of four boys ravaged by grief, and the steps they take towards a brave new start.

Presented in concert for one night only, The 8th Fold features an all-male cast of West End veterans alongside an ensemble of the brightest emerging musical theatre talents.

It’s a celebration of friendship, remembrance, and hope for the future.

James Gillan (Wicked, Taboo) and Paul Spicer (Avenue Q, The Last 5 Years) will headline the world première of this brand new British musical The 8th Fold in a specially conceived concert staging poignantly timed to take place on Remembrance Sunday.

Olivier Award nominee James Gillan – best known for originating the role of Boq in the London production of Wicked – will return to the West End following a summer season playing the lead role of Seymour in a new production of Little Shop of Horrors at Aberystwyth Arts Centre. His previous credits include Rusty in Starlight Express and Marilyn in Taboo.

Paul Spicer, now a successful producer as well as an actor, returns to perform in the West End for the first time in over two years, since he played Princeton / Rod in the final cast of Cameron Mackintosh’s Avenue Q. This new musical will be the first piece of contemporary musical theatre that he has performed since playing Jamie in The Last 5 Years at the Theatre Royal Haymarket five years ago as part of the hugely successful Notes from New York series, which he co-created.

The principal cast – with further stars to be announced – are supported by an ensemble of the best emerging talent, comprising Sharif Afifi, Alex Beaumont, Will Bradnam, Dario Cacioppo, Nathan Lodge and Matthew Maguire.

Running Time: 2 hours
Age Restrictions: Suitable for all ages
Sunday 10th November 2013 7.30pm

Duchess Theatre
3-5 Catherine Street
London, WC2B 5LA

Thursday 12th September 2013

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