Cast announced for Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World at The Other Palace

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The cast has been announced for the empowering hit musical Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World, coming to The Other Palace this summer.

This award-winning girl power musical packs a popstar punch with a catchy soundtrack, awe-inspiring characters, and TikTok-favourite choreography.

Returning to the show following its successful winter 2024 tour are Georgia Grant-Anderson as heroine Jade and Elena Breschi.

New fantastically great cast members are Meg Hateley, Charlotte Jaconelli, Anelisa Lamola, and Aaliyah Monk.

Also returning to the show from the winter tour are the incredible swings Summer Priest and Rachel Seirian, who is also Assistant Choreographer.

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At the The Other Palace from 20 July 2024 to 8 September 2024

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Remarkable – and often forgotten – women are lifted from the pages of Kate Pankhurst’s beloved book and brought vividly to life on stage in this hugely successful hit musical.

Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World celebrates historic women and their achievements to a soundtrack of uplifting pop songs – with real-life heroines and pioneers spotlighted including Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks, Nobel Prize-winning scientist Marie Curie, Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, author Jane Austen, trailblazing pilot Amelia Earhart, innovative artist Frida Kahlo, and many more.

The toe-tapping, sing-along worthy soundtrack by #1 hit single writer Miranda Cooper and Jennifer Decilveo is available to stream online.

The creative team behind this exhilarating stage show consists of Olivier Award-winning dramatist Chris Bush; music by UK No.1 hit songwriter Miranda Cooper, whose songs for Girls Aloud include Sound of the Underground and The Promise, and Round Round for Sugababes, and Jennifer Decilveo; and live arrangements by Jen Green.

The director is Amy Hodge, designer Joanna Scotcher, choreographer Dannielle ‘Rhimes’ Lecointe, musical supervisor and musical director Audra Cramer, lighting designer Zoe Spurr, sound designer Carolyn Downing and co-sound designer Rob Bettle.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.

 

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