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Friday, July 21

Noel Sullivan and John Owen-Jones to star in Tiger Bay Musical

Noel Sullivan (Danny Zuko in Grease, Galileo in We Will Rock You) and John Owen-Jones have been cast in the world premiere of Tiger Bay the Musical which is Wales Millennium Centre's biggest in-house production to date which run from 15th to 25th November 2017

A fictional story of revolution, reconciliation, courage and love, the award-winning creative team - composer: Daf James, writer Michael Williams and director, Melly Still have remained sympathetic to the reality of the era which includes forming a predominantly Welsh cast. The musical tells the story of the notorious underworld of Wales' capital at the turn of the 1900s. Sullivan plays Harbour Master, Séamus O'Rourke, an opportunist, exiled from Africa to make his fortune through unsavoury means on Cardiff Docks. Les Miserables star Owen-Jones will play Cardiff's richest man John Crichton-Stuart.

Also joining the cast is Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama graduate Vikki Bebb playing  Noel’s love interest, Rowena Pryddy, a shop girl with suffrage ideals. and Welsh schoolgirls Louise Harvey and Ruby Llewellyn who will share the role of tenacious water boy, Ianto.


 

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