NHS The Musical to run at the Theatre Royal Plymouth this September

NHS The Musical is to run at the Theatre Royal Plymouth this September.

A brand new production of the piece – which first premiered in 2006 – will run between 17 and 26 September.

Written by Nick Stimson and Jimmy Jewell, and directed by Stephen Fletcher, the musical comedy that lifts the lid on the NHS will play in The Lyric at Plymouth ahead of a planned 2022 tour.

Casting will include Sabrina Aloueche (Politician), Jordan Castle (Porter), Peter Caulfield (Doctor), Alice Frankham (Jillian), Jimmy Johnston (Arthur), Justina Kehinde (Consultant) and Neil Stewart (Robert).

Not all heroes wear capes

The National Health Service is the envy of the world and we need it, now more than ever before. It’s the pride of the nation, providing care for all from cradle to grave since 1948.

NHS The Musical gets under its skin, celebrating the people who make its heart beat. Sharper than a scalpel, this fast-paced comedy show takes you from the surgical theatre to musical theatre, pumping with songs, satire, sass – and gas and air. But beware! This beloved institution may be the perfect tonic, but it can also be the bitterest pill. The UK’s largest employer and government’s biggest spender has its own ailments, that just never seem to be cured.

For tickets, visit the Theatre Royal Plymouth website here.

Meanwhile the production is inviting applications to join the creative team, you can find out more information here.

Image credit: Bob King Creative Ltd

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