Nativity! The Musical 2019 tour cast, dates and venues - book tickets now

Nativity! The Musical cast, tickets, dates and venues

Nativity The Musical

Nativity! The Musical will tour the UK before spending Christmas in London.

The first cast, dates and venues for Nativity! The Musical in 2019 have been revealed – here’s all you need to know…


Based on the hit Christmas film starring Martin Freeman, Nativity! The Musical is written by Debbie Isitt, the director of the movie, with music and lyrics by Nicky Ager and Isitt.

Choreography comes from Andrew Wright, design by David Woodhead, lighting design by Tim Mitchell, sound design by Tom Marshall and musical supervision and orchestrations by George Dyer.

The new 2019 tour opens at the Wolverhampton Grand in October before moving to Aylesbury, Canterbury, Wales, Plymouth, Southampton and then London.

Nativity! The Musical 2019 tour dates, venues and tickets

Book tickets Canterbury Marlowe Theatre
November 13th, 2019 - November 17th, 2019

Book tickets Wales Millennium Centre
November 19th, 2019 - November 23rd, 2019

Book tickets Plymouth Theatre Royal
November 26th, 2019 - November 30th, 2019

Book tickets Southampton Mayflower Theatre
December 3rd, 2019 - December 7th, 2019

Book tickets London EventIM Apollo
December 11th, 2019 - December 29th, 2019


Nativity! The Musical 2019 cast

The London cast will feature Sharon Osbourne as Crystal Collins – the mother in law to Harry Parker, The Hollywood Producer who will be played by the Danny Dyer with daughter Dani Dyer playing Polly Parker.

Rylan Clark-Neal will appear in the role of The Critic while Simon Lipkin joins as Mr Poppy.

In addition to the London dates, Dani Dyer will be playing the role of Polly Parker in Wolverhampton, Cardiff and Southampton.

Scott Paige will play ‘Mr Poppy’ in Wolverhampton, Cardiff, Southampton, Aylesbury and Plymouth and the role of ‘Mr Rye’ in London.

He will be joined by Scott Garnham as ‘Mr Maddens’ and Ashleigh Gray as ‘Jennifer Lore’ who both return for a second year.

Completing the cast will be Jonathan Bourne as ‘Lord Mayor’, Charles Brunton as ‘Mr Shakespeare’, Jamie Chapman as ‘Patrick Burns’ and Penelope Woodman as ‘Mrs Bevan’. They will be joined by Dawn Buckland, Connor Ewing, Kade Ferraiolo, Amy Oxley, Helena Pipe and Billy Roberts. They will play all U.K venues and London.

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