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secret diary of adrian moleThe hit Curve Leicester and Menier Chocolate Factory production of The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13¾ the Musical is running until 12th October in the West End at the Ambassadors Theatre . It originally ran in Leicester in 2015 and again at south London's Menier Chocolate Factory in 2017.

The musical is based on Sue Townsend's series of novels about the young intellectual Adrian Mole as he grows up in the 1980s.  Set in 1980s Leicester The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾, follows the daily dramas and misadventures of Adrian’s adolescent life. With dysfunctional parents, ungrateful elders, a growing debt to school bully Barry Kent and an unruly pimple on his chin, life is hard for a misunderstood intellectual who is only 13 ¾.

The cast includes Pauline/Amy Ellen Richardson (Sweet Charity), George/Andrew Langtree (Groundhog Day), Female Understudy/Holly Ashton (A Study in Scarlet), Bert Baxtor/Ian Talbot (Hairspray), Mr Lucas/Mr Scruton/John Hopkins (The One), Miss Elf/DoreenSlater/Lara Denning (Matilda) Male Understudy/Mathew Craig (Miss Saigon). Grandma/Rosemary Ashe (The Witches of Eastwick). The children's cast is to be announced.

All children in the cast are between the ages of 12 - 14 years old. Nicholas Antoniou-Tibbitts from Westminster, Aaron Gelkoff from Redbridge, Michael Hawkins from Haringey and Rufus Kampa from Buckinghamshire will alternate the role of Adrian. Molly May Gibson from Kent, Matilda Hopkins from Buckinghamshire, Rebecca Nardin from Surrey and Riya Vyas from Richmond will alternate the role of Pandora. Jack Gale from Hertfordshire, Aaron Shaw from Hertfordshire, Charlie Stripp from West Sussex and Kobi Watson from Croydon will alternate the role of Barry. Regan Garcia from Bexley, Albert Green from Buckinghamshire, Cuba Kamanu from Cambridge and Jeremiah Davan Waysome from Newham will alternate the role of Nigel.

Directed by Luke Sheppard, the musical has book and lyrics by Jake Brunger and music and lyrics by Pippa Cleary. Choreography is by Rebecca Howell, set and costume design by Tom Rogers, lighting design by Howard Hudson, musical direction by Mark Collins, musical supervision and orchestrations by Paul Herbert and children's casting by Jo Hawes.

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show timesMonday-Saturday 7:30 pm / Matinees Thursday & Saturday 2:30 pm. Running time TBA



West Street

London WC2H 9ND

Tubes :  Leicester Square
Train:   Charing Cross   
buses to Her Majesty's Theatre
14, 19, 22, 24, 29, 38, 40, 176
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Induction Loop Necklace: suitable for persons wearing a hearing aid. The induction loop is worn around the neck and your hearing aid needs to be switched to the ‘T’ setting. The loop has adjustable volume control. Headset: This device amplifies the sound through earpieces similar to headphones. Suitable for persons without hearing aids. You will be asked for a £10.00 deposit on collection of the equipment, which will be fully refunded after the performance by a member of the front of house staff.
Guide dogs are permitted inside the auditorium
Due to space restriction only able to accommodate wheelchair transfers into seats (which have armrests).
There is no adapted toilet