The creators of the smash-hit musical Six are back with their new musical Why Am I So Single.

Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss are best known for their groundbreaking muiscal Six, which tells the untold story of the six wives of Henry VIII through pop music. Why Am I So Single follows the story of two friends trying to write a new musical while reflecting on their dating dilemas and the nature of being single.

As already announced leading the show will be Jo Foster (& Juliet, Just For One Day), who will return from the show’s early workshop. They will star alongside Leesa Tulley (Six, Kin) and Noah Thomas (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie) in a supporting role. The alternate leads are Jordan Cambridge-Taylor (Schwartz at 75) and Collette Guitart (Just For One Day).

The ensemble cast is made up of Jemima Brown, Josh Butler (Bronco Billy), Natasha Leaver (Hamilton), Ran Marner (Jack and the Beanstalk), Joshian Angelo Omaña (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie), Natasha Wilde (42 Balloons), Rhys Wilkinson (Just For One Day) and Jamel Matthias and Olivia O’Connor in their professional and West End debuts.

The swings are Callum Bell (Guys and Dolls), Owen McHugh (Clueless the Musical) and Caitlin Redpath in her West End debut, and Ebony Clarke (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie) who is also the resident choreographer.

The creative team behind Why Am I So Single also includes choreographer Ellen Kane, orchestrator and vocal arranger Joe Beighton, musical supervisor Joe Beighton, set designer Moi Tran, costume designer Max Johns, lighting designer Jai Morjaria, and sound designer Paul Gatehouse.

Why Am I So Single opens at the Garrick Theatre on 27 August 2024 and is currently booking until 13 February 2024. Keep an eye out for further announcements!

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