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Bill Kenwright brings a brand-new production of the Gary Barlow and Tim Firth show Calendar Girls The Musical which is heading back out on tour.with a newly re-imagined book and music.

Based on a true story, and also made into a hit movie , The story of the Calendar Girls began in 1998 when John Baker, husband of Angela Baker, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a type of blood cancer.John sadly passed away after just a few months of treatment, but in the months following their loss, Angela and her friends set about creating the now infamous calendar as something for Angela to focus on and, also, to prove John wrong – he said they’d never do it!

Through the sale of calendars, the group aimed to raise enough to buy a new sofa for the hospital where John was treated and were amazed when the calendar attracted international press attention. 

Over the years they have raised millions for Bloodwise (formerly Lymphoma & Lymphoma Research), the blood cancer charity they have been long associated with.

The true story of the Calendar Girls launched a global phenomenon, a million copycat calendars, a record-breaking movie starring Helen Mirren, stage play and now a musical written by Tim Firth and Gary Barlow which coined the term ‘craughing' – the act of crying and laughing at the same time.

With unforgettable songs, every performance continues to add to the millions already raised for charity and prove that there is no such thing as an ordinary woman.

First casting news is that The cast includes Tanya Franks (Annie Clarke), Maureen Nolan (Ruth), Lyn Paul (Jessie), Amy Robbins (Chris Harper), Paula Tappenden (Marie), Marti Webb (Celia) and, Honeysuckle Weeks (Cora) with additional casting to be announced.

The show is written by Tim Firth (Kinky Boots) and Take That’s Gary Barlow,It will be directed by Jonathan O’Boyle and the new production will also feature designs by Gary McCann, lighting by Nick Riching and musical direction by Jordan Alexander..

Below are the dates we have so far with more venues to be announced

Chltenham Everyman
26-30 Sept
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Birmingham Alexandra
3-7 October
Liverpool Empire
10-14 October
Milton Keynes
17=21 October
Peterborough New
24=28 October
Wimbledon New
31 Oct=4 Nov
Leeds Grand
7-11 November
Darlington Hippodrome
21-25 November
Hull New
28 Nov=2 December