Pretty Woman: The Musical cast for London’s West End confirmed in full

Pretty Woman The Musical London West End cast 2021

The cast for Pretty Woman: The Musical has been confirmed for the show in London’s West End.

The stage adaption of the iconic film will begin performances at the Savoy Theatre in July with tickets on sale now.

It was previously revealed that Aimie Atkinson and Danny Mac would lead the cast in the lead roles of Vivian and Edward Lewis.

Pretty Woman: The Musical cast

Joining Atkinson and Mac are Rachael Wooding as Kit De Luca, Bob Harms as Happy Man/Mr Thompson, Neil McDermott as Philip Stuckey and Mark Holden as James Morse.

Completing the company are Jemma Alexander, Andy Barke, Kimberly Blake, Katie Bradley, Oliver Brenin, Olivia Brookes, Alex Charles, Olly Christopher, Ben Darcy, Hannah Ducharme, Nicholas Duncan, Paige Fenlon, Damon Gould, Alex Hammond, Tom Andrew Hargreaves, Antony Hewitt, Matt Jones, Serina Mathew, Katie Monks, Joanna Woodward and Charlotte Elisabeth Yorke.

Directed by Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde), Pretty Woman: The Musical will play the Piccadilly Theatre for a limited season from Valentine’s Day – 14 February 2020 – through to 2 January 2021.

Pretty Woman tells the story of the unlikely relationship between wealthy businessman Edward Lewis who hires down-on-her-luck Hollywood prostitute Vivian Ward as an escort while on a business trip to LA.

The musical adaption features music and lyrics by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance with a book from Garry Marshall and JF Lawton, who wrote the original film screenplay.

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Performances will begin from 8 July with current bookings through to December 2021.

An original Broadway Cast Recording is available to buy, download and stream online here.

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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.