New Jack and The Beanstalk musical to stream online worldwide

A new musical adaptation of Jack and The Beanstalk is to stream online worldwide.

The new live filmed production from Future Spotlight Productions, in collaboration with KidZania London, features remixed pop classics to show-stopping musical numbers.

Strictly Come Dancing star Joanne Clifton stars as The Giant with original SIX queen Natalie Paris as Fairy Sunflower.

They’re joined by Georgie Lovatt (Princess Jill), Edward Chitticks (Jack Trott), Jordan Frazier (Poison Ivy), Rosie Napper (Jack’s Mother), Kyle Birch (The King) and featuring Connor Tidman, Elena Breschi, Tyla Nurden and Ella Goodwin (Ensemble)

The classic fairy-tale story of Jack and The Beanstalk just got a modern musical makeover. This feature will take you on an adventure like no other and something for all ages. But who will save the day? Tune in and find out.

Featuring amazing effects, insane vocals and a story that will make you laugh, cry, and want to dance, this production will be available to stream worldwide.

The production is directed by Louis Rayneau and choreographed by Rachel Sargent with director of photography & videography Reece Darlington-Delaire, musical direction by Edward Court sound design by Matthew Case, hair & make up by Lisa Antonelli & Tanisha J Hillman. The production assistant is Celia Learmonth.

The production will begin streaming on Broadway on Demand from Friday 22 July. The film will then be embarking on a cinema tour around UK and internationally, where a portion of ticket sales will be going towards the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Artistic Director of Future Spotlight Productions, Louis Rayneau, said: “We Are SO EXCITED to be back and bringing this GIANT of a Fairy-tale Feature Film to life in this live action film! The creatives and cast are all so wonderful; you are not ready for the visuals and the VOCALS. Making this film has been magical and we hope that radiates when you watch it…”

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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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