Watch first footage from Legally Blonde musical at London’s Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Here’s your first look at Legally Blonde The Musical’s new revival at London’s Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.

Based on the iconic Reese Witherspoon film of the same name, the new production is currently playing at Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park with tickets on sale now.

Six star Courtney Bowman leads the Legally Blonde musical cast as Elle Woods, joined by Michael Ahomka-Lindsay as Emmett, Lauren Drew as Brooke, Vanessa Fisher as Vivienne, Isaac Hesketh as Margot, Nadine Higgin as Paulette, Alžbeta Matyšáková as Enid, Eugene McCoy as Callahan, Grace Mouat as Pilar, Alistair Toovey as Warner and Hannah Yun Chamberlain as Serena.

You can watch the show’s official trailer below!

Completing the company are Gabriela Benedetti, Lucca Chadwick-Patel, Jasmin Colangelo, Allie Daniel, Joe Foster, Dominic Lamb, Esme Laudat, Liam McEvoy, Billy Nevers, Ashley Rowe, Shakira Simpson, Biancha Szynal and Paulo Teixeira.

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The new production is directed by Six The Musical’s co-creator Lucy Moss.

Legally Blonde The Musical, which first ran on Broadway in 2007, features songs by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin and book by Heather Hach.

Omigod you guys, meet fashion merchandising major Elle Woods and her college sweetheart Warner Huntington III. Popular, stylish, they have the perfect relationship. That is until Warner heads to Harvard Law School and decides that he needs a more ‘serious’ kind of girlfriend.

Dumped, Elle embarks on a drastic plan to win him back. But, on the way, she discovers that there’s more to love – and definitely Elle Woods – than meets the eye. Directed by Lucy Moss, co-writer and co-director of the smash-hit musical SIX, it’s time to bend and snap, people!

Legally Blonde will play at London’s Open Air Theatre through to 2 July 2022.

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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