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Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins will star for the first time together in the West End as Billy Bigelow and Julie Jordan in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel, the third production in the partnership between English National Opera (ENO) and the GradeLinnit Company.

Lonny Price will direct the strictly limited run of 41 performances at ENO's London Coliseum, beginning on 7 April 2017 and ending on 13 May. The ENO award-winning 40-piece orchestra and chorus will accompany the cast in this semi-staged production. Further casting will be announced shortly.
Carousel will be presented by Michael Linnit and Michael Grade with the English National Opera who have previously presented the critically acclaimed runs of Sweeney Todd with Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel and, earlier this year, Sunset Boulevard with Glenn Close, which is now transferring to Broadway. In the West End, he GradeLinnit Company are currently preparing 42nd Street, to open in March 2017 at The Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Platinum-selling recording artist, English tenor and actor Alfie Boe returns to the West End to play Billy Bigelow. He played Jean Valjean in the West End production of Les Miserables and made his US debut in Baz Luhrmann's La boheme, where earlier this year he played J.M. Barrie in Finding Neverland. He went on to release numerous highly-successful solo albums and his live opera credits include The Pearl Fishers at ENO and Romeo et Juliette at the Royal Opera House. Currently on a 28 date sold out UK tour with Michael Ball, their new album Together, which entered the charts at number 2 on release this month, looks set to be one of the biggest selling records of 2016. The related Ball and Boe: One Night Only, ITV special, will be broadcast on 9 December 2016.

Welsh lyric mezzo soprano, singer and songwriter Katherine Jenkins will make her West End Theatre debut as Julie Jordan. Jenkins represented Wales three times in the Choirgirl of the Year competitions and was a member of the Royal School of Church Music Cathedral Singers and the National Youth Choir of Wales. She has gone on to record ten studio albums; two of which received Classic Brit Awards Album of the Year, and seven of them reaching number 1. She has performed for the Pope, Presidents and Royalty including The Queen's 90th birthday celebrations earlier this year. Multi award-wining Jenkins was a 2016 Invictus Games Ambassador and was made an OBE in 2014.


Final casting has been confirmed for the West End premiere of Khaled Hosseini's The Kite Runner.

Based on the best selling book and film, The Kite Runner is a story of friendship which spans cultures and continents, following one man's journey to confront his past and find redemption. Having been on a successful UK tour, The Kite Runner transfers to the West End for a limited 12 week run.

The full cast for the production, including the previously announced Ben Turner in the lead role of Amir, are Emilio Doorgasingh (as Baba), Nicholas Khan (Rahim Khan), Lisa Zahra (Soraya), David Ahmad (Kamal), Ezra Khan (Ali), Nicholas Karimi (Assef), Antony Bunsee (General Taheri), Hanif Khan (Tabla Player), Bhavin Bhatt (Wali / Doctor), Andrei Costin (Hassan / Sohrab), Johndeep More (ensemble), Natasha Karp (ensemble).

Khaled Hosseini said: "The Kite Runner is a story that appeals to very powerful, universal human emotions, it transcends its cultural setting, its geographic parameters, and speaks about universal human experiences - brotherhood, being a father, being a son, friendship, the desire to be a good person and be able to look at yourself in a mirror with a sense of self-respect."

The Kite Runner will play at the Wyndham's Theatre from the 21st December until the 11th March.


Following rave reviews for both the show and its leading man Charlie Stemp, booking for the Cameron Mackintosh and Chichester Festival Theatre production of Half A Sixpence at the West End's Noel Coward Theatre has been extended to 22 April 2017.

The entire Chichester cast have transferred to the West End, starring newcomers Charlie Stemp as Arthur Kipps and Devon-Elise Johnson as Ann Pornick - alongside three times Olivier-nominated actor Ian Bartholomew as Chitterlow and three times Olivier-nominated actress Emma Williams as Helen Walsingham.

This new stage version, the musical adaptation of H.G. Wells's semi- autobiographical novel Kipps: The Story of a Simple Soul, is a completely fresh adaptation which reunites book-writer Julian Fellowes (Oscar-winning screenwriter and creator of Downton Abbey) with George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, the musical team that co-creator Cameron Mackintosh first put together to create the hit stage adaptation of Mary Poppins with Disney. The score is inspired by and features several of composer David Heneker's exhilarating songs from the original production, including Flash Bang Wallop, Money To Burn and Half A Sixpence.