The Addams Family musical premieres in Sutton
March 2, 2014  //  By:   //  News  //  Comments are off

Mayhem Musical Theatre Company are ecstatic to be bringing the UK premiere of The Addams Family to the Secombe Theatre in Sutton in a visually stunning production from 12th till 15th March 2014!

In a fantastic opportunity for the whole Sutton area Theatrical Rights Worldwide decided to give Mayhem Musical Theatre Company the opportunity to stage the UK premiere of this iconic musical prior to the professional tour hitting the UK in 2015.

The Addams family delightfully devilishly comes to life in what is every father’s nightmare. Gomez Addams is faced with the turmoil of teenage love as his only daughter Wednesday falls in love with a sweet, smart young man from a ‘normal’ family. Gomez tries to keep this unsettling sensation from his wife Morticia and the rest of the family. Everything will change for this illustrious family and their ancestors on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents.

Director Dan Phillips describes what it means to be able to stage the premiere of this fabulous Broadway show: “It is an honour to be able to bring the institution that are the Addams Family characters to life in a musical that explores issues that affect us all such as being an outsider, falling in love, growing up and most importantly family with a wickedly funny script and fantastic songs.”

Choreographer Alice Bendall adds: “From Charleston to Vaudeville and a kick line reminiscent of A Chorus Line – what an opportunity to incorporate so many different dance styles into one musical!”

Whether you are a die hard Addams Family fan or still looking to discover the charms of this endearing family of misfits and their ancestors this will be one musical theatre premiere you don’t want to miss!

Secombe Theatre, Sutton,
Evenings – 12th till 15th March, 7.45pm
Matinee – 15th March, 2.30pm
£16.50/£13.50 (including £1 theatre booking fee)

Family Ticket at £45, group offer available
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