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The Other Palace

The Other Palace
12 Palace Street

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Review Summary
Average Rating: 5 out of 5 stars based on 1 review(s)


Latest Review: "Loved this show. Amazing. Kelsey Grammer was fantastic. ..."

2017 has attracting some top shows during the course of the year, with fantastic new musicals and plays wowing the crowds.

But with that in mind, audiences might be forgiven for thinking that the capital has no more tricks up its sleeve by the latter months of the year. They would be wrong.

November 2017 brings the UK premiere of Big Fish The Musical to The Other Palace, the latest location in the show’s journey since its 2013 debut, and it will be doing so with screen legend Kelsey Grammer in a lead role. To say this is an unmissable production would be an understatement.

After all, the West End is well known for attracting some big names, but this will be the first time that audiences will see Frasier star Grammer on a London stage and for that reason alone audiences will be flocking to The Other Palace in late 2017.

In addition to Grammer, the cast also includes Matt Seadon-Young in the role of Will Bloom, son of Edward Bloom (Grammer), whilst directing duties fall upon Nigel Harman.

For those that need reminding, Big Fish was a well known film in 2003 directed by Tim Burton, which in turn was based on the novel by Daniel Wallace that was released in 1998. Both versions of the tale have proven popular with audiences and this stage musical has now been added to the list of successful ventures for the story.

That story focuses on the father-son relationship of Edward and Will Bloom, the latter confronting his dying father about his ‘tall tales’. During the course of the show we will witness Bloom’s fanciful tales play out as we ponder if they are real or made-up.

The cast also includes Laura Baldwin, Sophie Linder-Lee, Forbes Masson, Gamme McMeel, Frances McNamee, Jamie Muscato, Dean Nolan, Landi Oshinowo, Jonathan Stewart and George Ure.

Big Fish runs at The Other Palace from Wednesday 1st November 2017.

Show Information
Booking From: Saturday, 23rd December 2017
Booking Until: Saturday, 30th December 2017
Show Status: This production is closed
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