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Big The Musical Tickets at the Dominion Theatre London

Limited Run: Previews from 10th September opens 17th September 2019. Ends 2nd November 2019.

Big The Musical makes its long-awaited West End premiere at the Dominion Theatre this autumn. Based on the classic Tom Hanks film of the same name it follows a twelve-year-old boy who thinks his life as a kid is dull. One night while at a carnival, he tosses a coin into a Zoltar fortune-telling machine and makes a wish to be ‘big’.

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About Big The Musical London

It has been confirmed that¬†The Wanted’s Jay McGuiness¬†is reprising his role for the big West End premiere of¬†Big. The singer went on to gain fame as the winner reality competition shows¬†Strictly Come Dancing¬†and¬†Hunted. He has been starring in¬†Rip It Up: The 60s¬†ahead of his¬†Big¬†performance.¬†It has been announced that the star will be joined on stage by¬†Wendi Peters, Kimberley Walsh and Matthew Kelly.

Wendi Peters stars as Mrs Baskin. The actress is best known for her portrayal of Cilla Battersby Brown in Coronation Street. In addition to her numerous television appearances, the actress is no stranger to the stage having starred in shows like Rutherford and Son, White Christmas, Oh, What a Lovely War, and the UK tour of Quartet.

Peters is joined by¬†Kimberley Walsh¬†starring as Susan Lawrence. Walsh came to prominence as a member of girl group Girls Aloud after winning the role on the ITV competition show¬†Popstars: The Rivals. The group would go on to massive success with¬†twenty consecutive top ten singles. Walsh’s West End debut saw her star as Princess Fiona in¬†Shrek The Musical¬†she would go on to star in¬†Elf the Musical¬†and play a role in¬†Sweet Charity¬†alongside¬†Denise Van¬†Outen.

Matthew Kelly rounds out the starring cast as George MacMillan. though best known for presenting Stars in their Eyes and  You Bet!, the actor has also appeared in various television programmes such as Cold Blood, Benidorm and Bleak House. His stage roles have also been prolific including originating Stanley for Funny Peculiar, working alongside Ian McKellan in Waiting for Godot and starring as Lennie in Of Mice and Men a role which earned him an Olivier Award for Best Actor.