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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie 2020 London West End cast confirmed in full

The full 2020 cast for Everybody’s Talking About Jamie in London’s West End has been announced.


Inspired by a true story, since its opening in 2017 Everybody’s Talking About Jamie has proven to be a hit on the West End.

The show recently announced an extension through to September 2020 and now a brand new cast has been confirmed.

As previously revealed, Noah Thomas will takeover the title role from Layton Williams.

He joins Drag superstar Bianca Del Rio – real name Roy Haylock – in the role of Hugo/Loco Chanelle with Preeya Kalidas as Miss Hedge.

Further new cast includes Hiba Elchikhe as Pritti Pasha, David O’Reilly as Laika Virgin, Leon Craig as Sandra Bollock, Jordan Ricketts as Dean, Zion Battles as Levi and Keenan Knight as Sayid with Ebony Clarke joining as Swing/Dance Captain, Joe Wolstenholme as Swing and Brian James Leys as Understudy.

Continuing with the show are Melissa Jacques (Margaret New), Sejal Keshwala (Ray), James Gillan (Tray Sophisticay), Marlon G. Day (Dad), Alexander Archer (Mickey), Zahra Jones (Becca), Emily Kenwright (Vicki), Jordan Laviniere (Cy), Harriet Payne (Bex), Tilly La Belle Yengo (Fatimah), Marvyn Charles (Swing), Rachel Seirian (Swing) and Gillian Ford (Understudy).

They new cast will perform together from 6 January 2020 with Haylock and Kalidas already appearing in their roles.

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Supported by his brilliant loving mother and surrounded by his friends, 16-year-old Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps into the spotlight from the darkness.

The musical, which features music by Dan Gillespie Sells and lyrics & book by Tom MacRae, is currently booking through until September 2020.

A film adaption is currently in works, filming earlier this year in Sheffield.

PICTURE CREDIT: Instagram/@jamiemusical

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.