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Watch rehearsals for Bronco Billy The Musical in London

Head into the rehearsal room for upcoming Wild-West End show Bronco Billy – The Musical, set to make its UK debut in 2024 at the Charing Cross Theatre.

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The production runs from 24 January to 7 April with a cast including Emily Benjamin as Antoinette, Tarinn Callender as Bronco Billy, and 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.

Set in 1979, this new musical comedy follows a group of Wild West performers led by Bronco Billy, portrayed by Tarinn Callender, who cross paths with Antoinette Lily, a Manhattan heiress on the run. The storyline promises a blend of romance, action, and humour, set to the backdrop of disco-era America.

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At the Charing Cross Theatre currently booking to 7 April 2024

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The creative team includes Dennis Hackin as the book writer, with music and lyrics by Chip Rosenbloom and John Torres. Hunter Bird directs the show with a creative team made up of Amy Jane Cook with scenic design, Sarah Mercade for costume design, Alexzandra Sarmiento as choreographer, Nick Richings as lighting designer, Andrew Johnson as sound designer, Marcus Carter-Adams as Musical Director, John Bulleid as illusion designer, Rachel Bown-Williams and Ruth Cooper-Brown of RC-Annie Ltd as fight and intimacy directors, Amber Sinclair-Case as associate director, David O as orchestrator and music supervisor, Danny Hackin as associate producer and Will Burton for casting.

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.