Cast announced for BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL in London this Christmas

BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL will play in London at the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall from Wednesday 8 December 2021 to Saturday 22 January 2022, following eight performances at the New Theatre, Peterborough from Tuesday 30 November to Saturday 4 December 2021.

Further plans for the show in 2022 will be announced soon at

The production will be led by Amber Davies as ‘Campbell’ alongside Louis Smith as ‘Cameron’. The show will also star Vanessa Fisher as ‘Danielle’, Alicia Belgarde as ‘Eva’, Georgia Bradshaw as ‘Nautica’, Marvyn Charles as ‘Twig’, Chelsea Hall as ‘Bridget’, Chloe Pool as ‘Skylar’, Biancha Szynal as ‘Kylar’, Samuel Wilson-Freeman as ‘Steve’, Connor Carson as ‘Randall’ and Jal Joshua (he/she/they) as ‘La Cienega’.

The company is completed by Paris GreenSergi Ibanez Jordan Isaac, Bethany Kate, Gareth MoranAyden Morgan, Kenedy Small and Zinzile Tshuma with a further cast member to be announced soon.

Inspired by the 2000 film of the same name, BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL features an original score by the multi award winning creator of “Hamilton”, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Pulitzer Prize winning Tom Kitt, composer of “Next To Normal”. The book is written by the Tony Award winning writer of “Avenue Q”, Jeff Whitty and the lyrics are by both Lin-Manuel Miranda and writer of the stage adaptation of “High Fidelity”, Amanda Green.

BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL takes audiences on a high-flying, energy-fuelled journey which tackles friendship, jealousy, betrayal and forgiveness – wrapped up in explosive choreography and tricks.

Cheer-royalty and newly crowned Squad Captain, Campbell, should be embarking on her most cheertastic senior year at Truman High School. When she’s forced to move to the neighbouring hard-knock Jackson High, Campbell fears her life is over. But an unlikely friendship catapults Campbell back into contention with a powerhouse squad and the fire to achieve the impossible.

For tickets to the London run of Bring It On click here