Showstoppers take up residency at Albert Hall's Elgar Room
Date: 25 January 2013
The Showstoppers will be taking on a new Monday residency in the Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall this spring.
Being entirely improvised, the Showstoppers create a new musical at every performance, using suggestions from the audience.
Created by Best New Musical OFFIE winner Adam Meggido and Dylan Emery, the Showstoppers have sold out at four Edinburgh Fringe seasons, and performed at the Ambassadors Theatre and the Criterion Theatre.
The cast includes Ruth Bratt, Pippa Evans, David Reed, Oliver Senton, Chris Ash, Duncan Walsh Atkins, Julie Clare, Dylan Emery, Sean McCann, Adam Meggido, Philip Pellew, Nigel Pilkington, Lucy Trodd and Sarah Louise Young.
The Showstoppers will run at the Elgar Room in the Royal Albert Hall every Monday from 4-25 February 2013.
- Hayley Minn
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