Calendar Girls the Musical
The Calendar Girls are back!
THIS TIME WITH EVEN MORE LAUGHTER, MORE SONGS AND BIGGER ICED BUNS!
Following the death of a much-loved husband, a group of ordinary women in a small Yorkshire Women’s Institute are prompted to do an extraordinary thing and set about creating a nude calendar to raise money for charity.
Calendar Girls the Musical brings together a stunning cast of music, stage, and television stars, including five Mrs Johnstone’s from Bill Kenwright’s production of Willy Russell’s smash hit Blood Brothers.
Tanya Franks (EastEnders), Maureen Nolan (The Nolans), Lyn Paul (The New Seekers), Amy Robbins (Coronation Street), Paula Tappenden (Theatre Star), Marti Webb (Tell Me on a Sunday) and Honeysuckle Weeks (Foyles War) as the ladies, turn preconceptions upside down, but are they prepared for the emotional and personal ramifications they will face as they each come in to bloom!
This brand-new production of the award-winning musical, written by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth, features a re-imagined book and new music!
With unforgettable songs, each performance continues to add to the millions already raised for Blood Cancer UK and proves that there is no such thing as an ordinary woman!
Cast & Creative
COLIN R CAMPBELL
GARY BARLOW AND TIM FIRTH
Musical Direction by
Musical Staging and Assistant Direction
Additional Musical Arrangements
Originally produced by David Pugh & Dafydd Rogers and the Shubert Organisation.
Based on the play CALENDAR GIRLS written by Tim Firth, and the motion picture CALENDAR GIRLS written by Tim Firth and Juliette Towhidi.
‘YOU’LL CRY WITH LAUGHTER’
‘A LIFE-ENHANCING THRILL’
‘IT’S GORGEOUS. IT’S A BEAUT!’
‘A SOARING, EMOTIONAL AND HILIARIOUS TRIUMPH’
30 August – 16 September
WINDSOR Theatre Royal Windsor
19 September – 23 September
SHEFFIELD Sheffield Theatres – Lyceum
26 September – 30 September
CHELTENHAM Everyman Theatre
03 October – 07 October
BIRMINGHAM The Alexandra
10 October – 14 October
LIVERPOOL Liverpool Empire
17 October – 21 October
MILTON KEYNES Milton Keynes Theatre
24 October – 28 October
PETERBOROUGH New Theatre Peterborough
31 October – 4 November
WIMBLEDON Wimbledon New Theatre
07 November – 11 November
LEEDS Leeds Grand Theatre
14 November – 18 November
STOKE-ON-TRENT Regent Theatre
21 November – 25 November
DARLINGTON Darlington Hippodrome
28 November – 02 December
HULL Hull New Theatre
Further dates into 2024 to be announced.