This November get ready for one
of the rarely performed works at The Other Palace! The award winning London
show, Big Fish features Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor Kelsey
Grammer. The London premiere of John August and Andrew Lippa's celebratory
musical Big Fish will run for a strictly limited season at the Andrew Lloyd
Webber's The Other Palace.
Big Fish The Musical is adapted
from the Daniel Wallace's novel of the same name. Tim Burton's movie version of
Big Fish the Musical was released way back in 2003. It is the story of a man,
Edward Bloom who is nearing the end of his life, but has some tales which he
wants to share with his son. The father and son duo embarks upon a life-affirming
journey as the son is not ready to believe his father and asks. The journey
changes both the men forever.
The lead protagonist Kelsey
Grammer is portraying the role of Edward Bloom. He is an immensely talented
actor known for his three-time Golden Globe and five-time Emmy Award-winning
role as Dr. Frasier Crane in NBC sitcoms Cheers and Frasier. His Broadway
credits include Gary Barlow's Finding Neverland, as well as a Tony-nominated
stint in La Cage Aux Folles.
Some other talented actors of Big
Fish The Musical are Matt Seadon-Young as Will Bloom, Frances Mcnamee as
Josephine Bloom, Forbes Masson as Amos/Don, Jamie Muscato as Edward, Laura
Baldwin as Sandra, Landi Oshinowo as the Witch/Jenny Hill, Dean Nolan as Karl
and George Ure as Zaki, alongside Sophie Linder-Lee, Gemma McMeel and Jonathan
Andrew Lippa, Tony
Award-nominated composer renowned for great works like Addams Family, The Wild
Party, along with writer John August renowned for Charlie and the Chocolate
Factory is a must watch theatrical experience. Under the superb direction of
Nigel Harman, Big Fish the Musical features design by Tom Rogers, choreography
by Liam Steel, lighting design by Bruno Poet and video design by Duncan
McClean, with sound design by Luke Swaffield and Avgustos Psillas for
The show will run for a limited
season at The Other Palace, from November 1st to December 31st 2017.