Miss Nightingale to open at the Hippodrome Casino
The WWII musical will open in March for a seven-week run
The WWII musical Miss Nightingale is to open at the Hippodrome Casino in March.
The British musical is set in 1940s London during the war and is created by Matthew Bugg. Songs include music hall tunes, ballads and cabaret numbers. It tells the story of aspiring singer Maggie Brown and her best friend George Nowodny who perform at the newest nightclub in town.
The theatre in the Hippodrome Casino will offer an immersive WWII experience with themed food and drink being served to cabaret tables.
The cast includes Lauren Chinery in the title role, alongside Oliver Mawdsley as Frank, Matthew Floyd Jones as George, Adam Langstaff as Tom, Tobias Oliver as Clifford and Matthew Bugg himself, in the role of Harry.
Miss Nightingale runs at the Theatre at the Hippodrome Casino from 21 March to 6 May.