Mary Poppins is one of the most flawless stories and an all-time favourite of kids and adults alike. Everyone's original favourite nanny arrives at the Banks household to solve problems and make everything well with wisdom, a touch of magic, and a few songs...
Many of your favourite songs from the 1964 films are featured in the play, including 'Chim Chim Cher-ee,' 'A Spoonful of Sugar,' 'Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,' and 'Let's Go Fly a Kite'. Mary Poppins has long been a nursery classic in the United Kingdom. The PL Travers books and the original Disney picture made it a classic. Now, the theatrical run is here to capture hearts and make kids crazy about the show again. So hurry and book tickets for your whole family, and go watch this astonishing number at the Prince Edward theatre.
Star Cast Of Mary Poppins
Following critical and public acclaim, Zizi Strallen reprises her role as Mary Poppins. She is joined by award-winning Charlie Stemp as Bert. Zizi Strallen is most remembered for Piccadilly Theatre's Strictly Ballroom The Musical, Follies, Matthew Bourne's The Car Man, and Cinderella. Her introduction as the new West End Mary Poppins was exceedingly adored. She was critically hailed for her work as Mary Poppins both within London and internationally.
Petula Clark, the Academy Award-winning singer, is playing the Bird Woman. Joseph Millson, a WhatsOnStage Theatre Awards winner, is George Banks.
After his WhatsonStage Award-winning and Olivier Award-nominated performance as Arthur Kipps in Half a Sixpence at London's Noel Coward Theatre, Charlie Stemp rocketed to popularity. So having him in the Mary Poppins show is sure to make the show all the more attractive.
Robert B Sherman and Richard M Sherman have equipped this musical with stunning original songs and lyrics. A book by Julian Fellowes, and new music and vocal arrangements are also parts of this production. Stories are written by Australian-English playwright and actress P L Travers that also find a place in this production, making it more riveting than ever before.
The direction is by Richard Eyre and featuring Sir Matthew Bourne OBE's choreography and co-direction, Stephen Mear's co-choreography, Bob Crowley's scene and costume design, this West End production is all set to sweep you off your feet. The icing on the cake is Natasha Katz and Hugh Vanstone's lighting design and Paul Gatehouse's sound design.
With such stars gracing the show, who wouldn't want to see it? Well, everyone does, and that's why tickets are selling out fast. So book your right now before you're left with no seats!