Robert Colvin to play Jimmy in #48HourMillie
We’re delighted to announce that the role of Jimmy will be performed by the extremely talented Robert Colvin.
“I’m hugely excited to get started on this great show, for an even greater cause. Whilst 48 hours for an entire musical is daunting, the chance to be able use the power of theatre as a force for good in #48hourMillie is something I’m thrilled to be a part of” Robert Colvin
Showtime Challenge: 48-Hour Musicals’ one-night-only production of Thoroughly Modern Millie is coming to the Adelphi Theatre on 20 March 2016. An all-singing, all-dancing production, featuring full cast, choreography and orchestra. Rehearsed in just 48 hours, with proceeds to the charity Mind, this promises to be the West End’s most thoroughly-exciting night of the year. Tickets available here.
“What a thrill to be working with the exceptional Robert Colvin at the very beginning of what, with his gifts, is sure to be a long and enviable career” Leigh Thompson, Musical Director
Robert Colvin trained at Bodywork at Cambridge Performing Arts (2014 Graduate).
THEATRE: Brother in Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (UK tour); Harry in Sleeping Beauty (Telling Tales); Bernard in Boeing Boeing (Hammond Productions); The Beast in Beauty and The Beast (Hammond Productions); Rolf in The Sound of Music (Edellion Theatre Company),
THEATRE WHILST TRAINING: Billy Flynn in Chicago; Busker in Lift the Muscial ; Featured soloist in Colours of the Wind(Move it 2014); George in The Drowsy Chaperone.
FILM/TELEVISION: Gifi Commercial (Gifi, Kristian Tangen); Young Jaguar in The Jaguar of Chaco (Kirti Chaudhuri).
OTHER: Dancer/Model in Nike Olympic Showcase (Nike).
More cast announcements coming soon . . .
Get your tickets here!
Amazing! Amazing! Amazing! THANKS A MILLIE-ON to the cast, orchestra, host, crew, production team, theatre staff, audience, and EVERYONE who helped make last night …
Yes, the 48-hour countdown has begun. The cast are busily rehearsing in preparation for the big night at the Adelphi Theatre. At the time …