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CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG TOUR

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Tour

Chitty Chity Bang Bang is coming to a venue near you in 2024/5 in a brand-new production directed by Thom Southerland (Titanic, Parade), choreographed by Karen Bruce (BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, The Bodyguard) and designed by Morgan Large (Newsies, Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat) this ravishing award-winning musical is bursting with unforgettable songs by the Sherman Brothers including Toot Sweets, Hushabye Mountain, Truly Scrumptious and of course the Academy Award-nominated title song, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Adam Garcia takes on the leading role of Caractacus Potts in the opening leg,  He is best known for his recent portrayal of Julian Marsh in 42nd Street at Leicester Curve and Sadler’s Wells. Other credits include Tony Manero in Saturday Night Fever and Bill Calhoun in Kiss Me, Kate, while Garcia has appeared in various films, including Death on the Nile, Murder on the Orient Express, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, Coyote Ugly, and Riding in Cars with Boys. He had a recent stint as a finalist on the UK series of The Masked Dancer.with  Emmerdale star Liam Fox, takies on the role of Grandpa Potts while Truly Scrumptious will be played Ellie Nunn, alongside Martin Callaghan as Baron, Jenny Gayner as Baroness, Adam Stafford as Boris, Michael Joseph as Goran and John Macaulay as The Toymaker. It has just been revealed that EastEnders´ baddie Charlie Brooks (The Ocean at the End of the Lane  Broken News) will play the Childcatcher in Southampton, Woking, Wimbledon, Newcastle, Bromley, Milton Keynes, Bradford, Belfast, Torquay, Llandudno, Crawley and Norwich. Elaine C. Smith will play the role of The Childcatcher in Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Inverness.

Also in the company are Charlie Bishop, Ruaraidh Blackwood, Hadrian Delacey, Belle Kizzy Green, Kirsty Ingram, Bibi Jay, Isabella Mason, Theo UK Rose and Callum Train, forming the ensemble, with Tia Gyngell, Joe Press, Molly Rees Howe and Luke Woollaston as swings

Jemima Potts will be played by Gracie Cochrane, Isla Ithier, Isabella Manning and Jasmine Nyenya, while Jeremy Potts will be played by Ayrton English, Charlie McGuire, Roshan Thomson and Louis Wilkins.

Casting for Caractacus Potts after Liverpool, and for the Childcatcher after Oxford, is to be announced soon.

.The show, which has music and lyrics by Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman (Mary Poppins), is adapted from the iconic 1968 film by Jeremy Sams. It was first seen in the West End in 2002. The score includes “Truly Scrumptious”, “Toot Sweets”, “Hushabye Mountain” and the Oscar-nominated title song.

Based on Ian Fleming’s timeless story for children and later made into the famous 1968 film it tells of a magical flying car and a family’s unexpected trip to a strange, fictional European country where children are rounded up by a maniacal childcatcher.with absent-minded inventor Caractacus Potts who restores a broken-down old racing car with the help of his children Jemima and Jeremy. Soon the family discover the car has magical powers, and along with the delectable Truly Scrumptious, the family end up on a hilarious fantastical adventure to far off lands. Their heart-warming journey makes CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG a fun-filled hit for all the family.

Below are the dates we have so far with more to come

Newcastle Theatre Royal
4-8 June
Aberdeen His Majesty's
11-15 June
Bromley Churchill
25-30 June
Milton Keynes
2-7 July
Bradford Alhambra 9-14 July Buy tickets
Belfast GOH
23 July-3 August
Torquay Princess
6-11 August
Llandudno Venue Cymru
13-18 August
Crawley Hawth
20-25 August
Glasgow King`s
27 August-8 Sept
Inverness Eden Court
10-25 September
Norwich Theatre Royal
26-29 September
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Oxford New
1-6 October
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Liverpool Empire
8-20 October
Stoke Regent
22-27 Octoer
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Hull New
29 October-2 November
Leicester Curve
4-9 November
Eastbourne Congress
19-24 November
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Bournemouth Pavilion
26 Nov-1 December
Blackpool Opera House
10-29 December
Sheffield Lyceum
18 Feb-1 March 2025
Birmingham Hippodrome
4-9 March
Manchester Palace
11-15 March
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Southend Cliffs
26-30 March
Cardiff WMC
15-19 April
Sunderland Empire 22-27 April Buy tickets
Bristol Hippodrome
29 April-4 May
Plymouth Theatre Royal
6-10 May