Christine Allado, Fra Fee and Wendi Peters to star in The Clockmaker's Daughter Cadogan Hall concert
The concert performance of the hit musical is arriving this summer and also star John Owen-Jones and Jamie Muscato
New musical The Clockmaker's Daughter will be performed in a special concert in June at Cadogan Hall, it has been announced.
Michael Webborn and Daniel Finn's folk fairytale musical, which premiered at the Landor Theatre in 2015, is set in the fictional Irish town of Spindlewood and was released as a studio album in February 2019.
Fra Fee (The Ferryman), Christine Allado (Hamilton), Lauren James Ray (Wicked), Graham Hoadly (Mary Poppins) will return to the show after appearing on the album, and will be joined by Wendi Peters (Salad Days) to perform in the concert.
It has also been revealed that Phantom and Les Mis star John Owen-Jones will join the concert in the role of Abraham, while Jamie Muscato (Heathers) will play Henry Glynn.
The concert performance, which runs on 16 June at 6.30pm, will be conducted by Webborn and directed by Mark Hedges. Further casting is to be announced. Barry Keenan Seán Carey, Caroline Kay, Matthew McCabe, Rebecca Gilliland, Leah Pinney and Alan McHale will all appear after appearing on the recording, with Leah Penston joining the ensemble.
You can have a listen to Fee performing "The Turning of the Key" from the show here.