PHOTOS: First look at Mean Girls The Musical in West End

So fetch! Mean Girls in the West End has just dropped the first production images for the show.

Currently booking at the Savoy Theatre until 16 February 2025, this musical sensation is based on the beloved Paramount Pictures film, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.

After starting previews on 5 June 2024, MEAN GIRLS is all set to dazzle at its Gala Night this Wednesday, 26 June 2024.

The talented cast includes Charlie Burn as Cady Heron, Georgina Castle as Regina George, Elèna Gyasi as Gretchen Wieners, and Grace Mouat as Karen Smith.

Joining them are Elena Skye as Janis Sarkisian, Tom Xander as Damian Hubbard, Daniel Bravo as Aaron Samuels, Lucca Chadwick-Patel as Kevin Ganatra, Ako Mitchell as Mr Duvall, and Zoë Rainey taking on the roles of Ms Heron, Ms Norbury, and Mrs George.

The ensemble cast features Tia Antoine-Charles, Georgia Arron, Liam Buckland, Shonah Buwu, Baylie Carson, Freddie Clements, Siobhan Diffin, Clíona Flynn, Fergie Fraser, Angus Good, Jenny Huxley-Golden, Holly Liburd, Corey Mitchell, Mervin Noronha, Aharon Rayner, Trézel Sergeant, Josh Singleton, Annie Southall, Lillia Squires, Tommy Wade-Smith, and Holly Willock.

The plot follows the infamous Plastics – Regina, Gretchen, and Karen – who rule North Shore High with an iron fist. Enter home-schooled Cady Heron, who thinks she’s got survival of the fittest down thanks to her zoologist mum. But high school? That’s a whole new level of savage.

When Cady hatches a plan to topple Regina’s reign, she quickly learns you can’t cross the queen bee without getting stung.

With iconic characters, razor-sharp wit, and killer songs, MEAN GIRLS is set to be the must-see musical of the year.

So grab your friends and your cool mum, because this is going to be fetch – and YES London, we’re making it happen!

The reign has begun. If you want to sit with us, book your tickets and remember… we wear pink!

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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