First listen to Bronco Billy The Musical songs with Emily Benjamin and Tarinn Callender

Emily Benjamin and Tarinn Callender singing from Bronco Billy The Musical

A first listen to songs from Bronco Billy – The Musical has been released featuring Emily Benjamin and Tarinn Callender

Cabaret star Emily Benjamin plays Antoinette in the upcoming London premiere of the new comedy musical.

Bronco Billy – The Musical will play at the Charing Cross Theatre from 24 January until 7 April.

Get a taste of the production with this music video of Benjamin performing Tomorrow Starts Today below…

And below, Tarinn Callender (as Bronco Billy) sings I’m Gonna Be Strong…

Also on the cast are Victoria Hamilton-Barritt as Constance, Gemma Atkins as Dee Dee, Jonathan Bourne as Sam, Josh Butler as Lasso Leonard, Alice Croft as Mitzi, Chris Jared as Lipton, Karen Mavundukure as Doc, Henry Maynard as Lefty, Alexander McMorran as Sinclair, Aharon Rayner as Joe Eagle, Helen K Wint as Lorraine and Silas Wyatt-Barke as John Arlington. Swings Kalisha Amaris and David Muscat complete the company.

Bronco Billy – The Musical is a rollicking new musical comedy based on the original Clint Eastwood motion picture.

It’s 1979 and life is tough for a group of romantic fast-drawing, trick-riding, disco-dancing Wild West roustabouts and their travelling show, but things take an unexpected turn when Bronco Billy (leader of this rag-tag troupe) meets Antoinette Lily, a determined Manhattan heiress on the run for her life. So begins a wild, zany ride in this thrillingly upbeat musical about love, reinvention, family and living your dream.

The new musical features a book by Dennis Hackin, music and lyrics by Chip Rosenbloom and John Torres, with additional lyrics by Michele Brourman. Bronco Billy is based on the Warner Bros. motion picture written by Dennis Hackin, by special arrangement with Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures.

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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