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MISS SAIGON TOUR

tour of miss saigonCameron Mackintosh has announced that his  new production of  MISS SAIGON  is to embark on a major UK tour opening at the Leicester Curve in July.

The revival production, directed by Laurence Connor, opened at the Prince Edward Theatre in the West End in 2014. Originally opening on the West End in 1989, Miss Saigon is written by Alan Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg and is the tale of a love-story set in Vietnam during the war, loosely inspired by the opera Madame Butterfly. It tells the tragic tale of a doomed romance in 1970s Saigon between a Vietnamese bar girl and American GI .

Red Concepcion will play ‘The Engineer’, Sooha Kim is ‘Kim’, Ashley Gilmour ‘Chris’, Zoë Doano ‘Ellen’ and Gerald Santos ‘Thuy’. Ryan O’Gorman will play ‘John’, and Marsha Songcome will play ‘Gigi’ until 1 August when Na-Young Jeon takes over the role. (At certain performances ‘The Engineer’ will be played by Christian Rey Marbella and ‘Kim’ will be played by Joreen Bautista).

They are joined by David Allwood, Randy Chien, Vinny Coyle,  Kristine Mae Diaz, Michael James Eborall,  Aynrand Ferrer, Seng Henk Goh, Emily Beth Harrington, Jack Heasman, Tom Hier, Barnaby Hughes, Kamm Kunaree, David Kar-Hing Lee, Amanda Lingdren, Ela Lisondra, Winchester Lopez,  Christian Rey Marbella, Jay Marsh, Tom Mussell,  Thao Nguyen, Saori Oda, YoungJoo Park,  Kiel Payton, Katherine Picar, Alistair So, Carl Jae-Suk Sohlberg, Eloisa Amalia Tan, Gavin Tsang, Amadeus Williams, and Gerald Zarcilla.

Below is the tour schedule and on sale dates we have so far with further venues to be announced soon.

Leicester Curve
1-22 July 2017
Birmingham Hippodrome
26 July-23 September
Dublin Bord Gais
4 October-18 November
Cardiff Millennium Centre
29 November-6 January 2018
Edinburgh Festival Theatre
17 January-17 February
Southampton Mayflower
21 February-17 March
Manchester Palace
21 March-12 May
Bristol Hippodrome
16 May-23 June
Plymouth Theatre Royal
4 July-4 August
Norwich Theatre Royal
15 August-15 September
on sale 14 August