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EVITA TOUR

evita tour Bill Kenwright is mounting another tour of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Evita.

It features some of the biggest hit songs ever written, including Don't Cry For Me Argentina, On This Night Of A Thousand Stars, Another Suitcase In Another Hall, I'd Be Surprisingly Good For You, High Flying Adored and Oh What A Circus.

The cast on the last tour which ended on 2nd June 2018 starred two of musical theatre’s most outstanding leading performers; Madalena Alberto and Gian Marco Schiaretti, as Che. The cast for the new tour will be Lucy O'Byrne as Evita who rose to fame after reaching the finals of The Voice UK in 2015, she took up the role of Fantine in the West End production of Les Miserables as well as playing Maria in two UK tours of The Sound of Music. Joining her as Argentine dictator Juan Péron is Mike Sterling (The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables), alongside Oscar Balmaseda as Magaldi and Cristina Hoey as the Mistress. , Glenn Carter, known for his roles in the stage and screen productions of Jesus Christ Superstar as well as Les Misérables, takes on the role of the revolutionary Ché.

Completing the cast in ensemble roles will be Emmanuel Alba, Verity Burgess, Callum Fitzgerald, Riva Grant, Samuel John Humphreys, Bethan Jacks, Joe McCourt, Benjamin McMillan, Chrissie Perkins, Oliver Slade, Chris Stoddart, Mike Ward, Kirsty Whelan, and Yuval Zoref.

Evita tells the life story of the extraordinary Eva Peron (second wife of former Argentine dictator Juan Peron - played by Madonna and Antonio Banderas in the film of the same name) following her acting career, rise to power, charity work, feminist involvement and eventual death. She gained enormous wealth and power during her ultimate rise to sainthood.

The Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical is directed by Bill Kenwright and Bob Tomson, and choreographed by Bill Deamer.

Woking New Victoria
18-21 July
Bromley, Churchill Theatre
24-28 July
Belfast Grand Opera House
31 July-11 August
Plymouth Theatre Royal
14-18 August
Bournemouth Pavilion
21-24 August
Cardiff Millennium Centre
28 August-1 September
Malvern Festival
4-8 September
Wirral Floral Pavilion
11-15 September
Crawley Hawth
18-22 September
Coventry Belgrade
25-29 September
Londonderry, Millennium Forum
9-13 October
Aberdeen, His Majesty’s Theatre
16-20 October
High Wycombe Swan
23-27 October
Brighton Theatre Royal
30 October-3 November
Hull New
6-10 November
Portsmouth King's
13-17 November