Cast announced for Kander & Ebb musical revue The World Goes ‘Round

The cast for a new outdoor production of Kander & Ebb musical revue The World Goes ‘Round has been announced.

The piece will play for two weeks at The Barn Theatre from August 24 to September 5.

The cast for The World Goes ‘Round will be George Arvidson (The Outpost, Les Miserables), Jenny Fitzpatrick (Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, Ghost), Nick Barstow (Zorro, Just So), Rosalind Ford (Once, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) and Ryan Carter (Motown The Musical, The Boy Friend).

The revue features songs from Kander & Ebb’s hit musicals including Chicago and Cabaret.

Conceived by Susan Stroman, David Thompson & Scott Ellis, the show follows five individuals as they find themselves careening through the world of love, babies and coffee.

From Cabaret to Chicago, the Drama Desk award-winning revue features unforgettable gems, including “Mr. Cellophane”, “Maybe This Time”, “Cabaret” and “New York, New York”, seamlessly interwoven into a passionate, harmonious, up-tempo evening of musical theatre.

Tickets are available online here.

The co-production between The Barn Theatre and Piers Cottee-Jones will be directed by Kirk Jameson with musical direction by Nick Barstow.

The piece forms part of The Barn Theatre’s outdoor summer season, BarnFest.

The programme also features Natasha Barnes and Vikki Stone in their new musical cabaret Funny Gals (5-8 August), Outlander star Rosie Day in Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon (10-15 August) and EastEnders star Aaron Sidwell in Scoot Theatre’s reimagined production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (29-30 August).

The theatre will be adhering stringently to all government guidelines during the festival and have released further details and information regarding the venue and procedures to keep audiences, staff and performers safe on their website here:

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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