Tickets

Fame Tickets are now available throughout the UK. This eagerly anticipated new production is produced by Bill Kenwright began its  run at the New Wimbledon Theatre in London in February 2014. The extended schedule takes in venues all over the country, including many large regional locations. This new production is directed by Gary Lloyd

Fame the Musical stars young actors, many of whom have just graduated from some of London’s top drama schools. Jodie Steele plays Carmen Diaz, alongside Harry Bleumenau as Schlomo Metzenbaum, Sarah Harlington as Serena Katz, Alex Jordan-Mills as Nick Piazza, Molly Stewart as Mabel Washington, and Alex Thomas as Tyrone Jackson.

Sasi Strallen, one of the Strallen dynasty joins the cast as Iris Kelly, fresh from her success on the UK tour of 9 to 5 the Musical. She is joined by an ensemble that includes Joseph Giaconeas, John Canmore, Alexandra Sarmiento, Ross Lee Fowkes, David Haydn, Ryan Lee Seager, AaRon James, Farrah Abigail Hussain, Micha Richardson and Hannah Wilson.

  • jenny Langrish
    #1 written by jenny Langrish  9 months ago

    Hi,

    please can you tell me if Fame is coming to Kent at all. As,the other shows are too far for us to go in a day.

    kind Regards

    Jenny Langrish

  • fame
    #2 written by fame  9 months ago

    what about a date in wales

  • stephanie
    #3 written by stephanie  7 months ago

    Helloo please tell me your going to be coming to the alhambra theatre in bradford :D ???????

  • Jenny
    #4 written by Jenny  5 months ago

    Very very disappointed to hear you have cancelled your dates in Perth Scotland, had been looking forward to seeing it for ages! :(

  • Margaret Dalton
    #5 written by Margaret Dalton 4 months ago

    I had booked to see Fame at Malvern Theatre at the end of August 2014 but have now been told this show is cancelled. When it is likely to be on again in the West Midlands or nearby.

  • kevin
    #6 written by kevin  2 months ago

    Tour was cancelled mid way through tour! Blame the Production company! Such a shame!!

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