Cast for Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder! in West End

Kathy and Stella Solve A Murder cast

Award-winning musical comedy Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder! is heading to the West End this summer!

The show will transfer to the Ambassadors Theatre for a strictly limited run from 25 May through 14 September following the show’s success in Edinburgh, Bristol, and Manchester.

Bronté Barbé (Newsies) and Rebekah Hinds (Oklahoma!) return to their roles as Kathy and Stella with Imelda Warren-Green (Doctor Who: Time Fracture) as Erica+.

Joining them will be Elliot Broadfoot (Annie Get Your Gun) as Justin+, Hannah-Jane Fox (Close-Up, the Twiggy Musical) as Felicia, Elliotte Williams-N’Dure (Moulin Rouge) as DI Sue Shaw+ and Ben Redfern (The Witches) as David Slatter+.

The West End company will be completed by Jennifer Caldwell (Six the Musical), Chelsea Hall (Bring It On the Musical) and Sorelle Marsh (The Time Traveller’s Wife).

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At the Ambassadors Theatre currently booking to 14 September 2024

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Produced by the Olivier Award-winning team behind hits such as Fleabag and Baby Reindeer, the show boasts a creative ensemble including Jon Brittain (Rotterdam), providing the Book, Lyrics, and Co-Direction. Matthew Floyd Jones (Frisky & Mannish) contributes Music and Lyrics, with Co-Direction and Choreography by Fabian Aloise (Sunset Boulevard).

The musical tells the story of BFFs Kathy and Stella, who run Hull’s least successful true crime podcast. The plot thickens when their favourite author is mysteriously murdered, propelling them into a real-life whodunnit.

This comedy-packed musical follows the duo as they navigate a maze of clues and suspects, risking their friendship to solve the case and hopefully become global podcast sensations in the process.

Kathy and Stella Solve A Murder! has already earned acclaim, including the Musical Theatre Review’s Best Musical Award at the Edinburgh Festival 2022.

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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