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Drew Gasparini's I Could Use A Drink to run in West End after online premiere

i could use a drink west end

Drew Gasparini musical I Could Use A Drink is to run in the West End.

After a premiere digital production, the song cycle will be staged in person at the Garrick Theatre for one night only on 2 August.

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Those on the cast will be Ahmed Hamad, Billy Nevers, Caroline Kay, Luke Bayer, Maiya Quansah-Breed, Olivia Lallo and Tom Francis.

A further two cast members will join the West End production together with a seven piece band.

Produced by Alex Conder & Liam Gartland for Gartland Productions Ltd, the piece is directed by Alex Conder with musical direction by Flynn Sturgeon.

A teaser for the show reads: “I Could Use A Drink is an eclectic mix of progressive contemporary Musical Theatre (both poignant and hilarious) written by Drew Gasparini and sung by the UK’s best and rising stars.

“With themes ranging from teenage pregnancy and heartbreak to mass shootings due to bullying, Gasparini’s 17 songs are wonderfully blended together to celebrate the beauty and chaos of youth.”

For now you can continue to stream the digital production online via stream.theatre through to 16 May.

An original concept cast album is also available to download, stream and buy on CD here.

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