TUMBLE OUTTA’ BED AND STUMBLE TO DOLLY PARTON’S RIP-ROARING WEST END MUSICAL!

9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL is about to get down to business – with a strictly limited season at the West End’s Savoy Theatre.

Starring Louise Redknapp, Amber Davies, Natalie McQueen and Brian Conley, the smash-hit musical features a book by the iconic movie’s original screenwriter Patricia Resnick and an Oscar, Grammy and Tony award-nominated score by the Queen of Country herself, Dolly Parton.

9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL tells the story of Doralee, Violet and Judy – three workmates pushed to boiling point by their sexist and egotistical boss. Concocting a plan to kidnap and turn the tables on their despicable supervisor, will the girls manage to reform their office – or will events unravel when the CEO pays an unexpected visit?

Inspired by the cult film and brought to you by Dolly herself, this hilarious new West End production is about teaming up, standing up and taking care of business!

PERFORMANCE DATES AND TIMES

PREVIEWS FROM 28 JANUARY 2019

Monday – Saturday 7.30pm
Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm

Please note, preview schedule may vary

BOOKING DETAILS

Tickets from £20*
*Excluding booking & transaction fees
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Cast

  • LOUISE REDKNAPP

    LOUISE REDKNAPP

    VIOLET NEWSTEAD

    LOUISE REDKNAPP

    LOUISE REDKNAPP

    VIOLET NEWSTEAD

    Louise Redknapp Biog

     Louise Redknapp is a musician, TV presenter, actress and fashion blogger.

    Louise rose to prominence as a member of girl band Eternal, before embarking on a highly successful solo career. Eternal were the first all-girl group to sell over 1 million copies of an album in the UK with their debut Always & Forever, and remain the top selling girl band of the 90’s with over 10 Million Records sold. Louise went solo in 1995 and her first album, Naked, produced 5 hits and sold over 1 million copies. In 1997, Louise embarked on her first UK tour, selling out at over 20 venues across the country, including Wembley Arena. Louise released a further 4 albums over the next few years selling 5 Million records in the process before a Greatest Hits UK tour. Louise hit the UK Top 5 again with Pandora’s Kiss in 2003.

    In addition to her music, Louise has worked extensively as a TV presenter on programmes such as BBC1’s The Clothes Show, ITV2’s Soccer Aid, and Channel 4’s How Not To Get Old. In 2007, she presented The Truth about Size Zero for ITV1, a documentary that followed Louise on a personal journey to highlight the dangers of extreme dieting and weight loss. 2009 saw a follow up ITV1 documentary, Super Skinny Pregnancies, investigating the pressures on women to stay in shape during and post pregnancy. Louise co-presented BBC’s Something For The Weekend in summer 2009 alongside Tim Lovejoy, before becoming a permanent co-host in 2010 and 2011. She was then asked to join the judging panel on the second series of BBC1’s So You Think You Can Dance. Louise hosted the countdown of Disney’s Greatest Songs for Sky, was a guest judge for the High Street Fashion Awards for ITV’s Lorraine, and helped launch Sport Relief 2012. Her numerous other TV appearances include Celebrity Juice, The Xtra Factor and Strictly It Takes Two.

    In autumn 2016, Louise was announced as a contestant for BBC’s flagship show Strictly Come Dancing where she joined 11 other celebrities for the 14th series. Louise stormed her way to the finals, and was named runner-up.

    Louise played Ray Winstone’s wife Irene in Tim Lewiston’s feature film The Hot Potato, and in 2017 made her stage debut starring as Sally Bowles in the National Tour of Cabaret, with Will Young.

    Alongside her presenting and performing, Louise is in much demand as a brand ambassador, working with companies such as Schwarzkopf, Colgate, Thomas Cook, Nintendo, Sainsbury’s, Pandora, and most recently Harvey’s, the largest furniture specialist in the UK, launching her own exclusive home collection called BOLD by Louise. Louise also has her own style blog A Style Album (www.astylealbum.com), which she launched with friend and fellow fashionista Emma Thatcher.

    In December 2017, Louise returned to the music industry, playing her first live show in 15 years at Under The Bridge in London which sold out in under 3 minutes. In January 2018, she took her Intimate & Live show on the road, which sold out all over the UK. Louise then signed a global publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music, the music publishing arm of Warner Music Group, and is currently working on her new album.

    For more information, please visit www.intertalentgroup.com

  • AMBER DAVIES

    AMBER DAVIES

    JUDY BERNLY

    AMBER DAVIES

    AMBER DAVIES

    JUDY BERNLY

    Amber hails from North Wales and graduated with her Professional Diploma in Musical Theatre from the Urdang Academy in 2016. Amber was the winner of the hit ITV reality series Love Island in 2017.

    Theatre includes: Campbell in Bring it On, K.C. Downing in My Favourite Year and Memphis the Musical (Urdang Academy).

    Television includes: Dancer on Children in Need (BBC) and Vocalist on The X-Factor Final (ITV).

  • NATALIE MCQUEEN

    NATALIE MCQUEEN

    DORALEE RHODES

    NATALIE MCQUEEN

    NATALIE MCQUEEN

    DORALEE RHODES

    Theatre includes: Lauren in Kinky Boots (Adelphi Theatre), Alternate Sara/ Understudy Narrator in Murder Ballad (The Arts Theatre); Standby Elphaba/Understudy Nessarose in Wicked (Apollo Victoria); Young Éponine in Les Misérables (Palace Theatre); The Mad Hatter in Wonderland (European premier, UK and Ireland Tour); Éponine in Les Miserablés (Pimlico Opera) and Angela St Angelo/Understudy Florence Chess (Union Theatre).

    Workshops includeDinah in Starlight Express (The Other Palace) and Chrissie Starr in Becoming Nancy (Stiles & Drewe).

    Concerts include: Frank Wildhorn & Friends (Manchester Palace Theatre).

    Instagram: @nataliemcqueen / Twitter: @nataliemcqueen

    www.nataliemcqueen.co.uk

  • BRIAN CONLEY

    BRIAN CONLEY

    FRANKLIN HART JR

    BRIAN CONLEY

    BRIAN CONLEY

    FRANKLIN HART JR

    Training: Life

    In a career spanning four decades Brian has appeared in award winning West End musicals and TV sitcoms, presented his own chat show, recorded four albums and completed numerous sell out tours of the UK as well as appearing a record eight times on The Royal Variety Performance.

    Theatre includes: Leading roles in: Me And My Girl (Adelphi Theatre); Jolson (Victoria Palace Theatre); Elton John’s Glasses (Queen’s Theatre); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium); The Music Man (Chichester Festival Theatre); Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre and UK Tour);  Oliver! (UK Tour); Barnum (UK Tour); Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation Show (UK Tour); The Play What I wrote (UK Tour); The Real Life Of Brian Conley (UK Tour); An Evening With Brian Conley (UK Tour) and Brian Conley The Greatest Entertainer in his Price Range (UK Tour);

    Film includes: Equilibrium (dir. Kurt Wimmer); I Am Bob (dir. Donald Rice); Dream (dir. Mikael Hylin); Hotel (dir. Alan Nickson); Arthur’s Dyke (dir. Gerry Poulson); Unconditional Love (dir. P.J. Hogan) and Circus (dir. Rob Walker).

    Television includes: The Brian Conley Show (ITV); Brian Conley This Way Up (ITV); Brian Conley Alive & Dangerous (ITV); An Audience With Brian Conley (ITV); The Brian Conley Show (Chat Show ITV); Brian Conley-This is Your Life (ITV); The Grimleys (ITV); The Life & Times of Vivienne Vyle (BBC); Five Alive (ITV); Live from The Palladium (ITV); Live from Her Majesty’s (ITV); Time After Time (ITV); The TV That Made Me (Raise the Roof Productions); Timeline (Sky); Dirty Rotten Cheater (BBC); The National Lottery Live (BBC); Let Me Entertain You (BBC); Judgement Day (ITV); Buy It Now (Studio Lambert Productions); The Royal Variety Performance (ITV&BBC); Strictly Come Dancing (BBC) and many more.

    Recordings include: Jolson original cast album, Stage to Stage with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Let the Good Times Roll and Brian Conley Sings

    Awards include: the Theatre Management Award for Best Performance in a Musical for The Music Man (Chichester Festival Theatre) and the National TV Awards Most Popular Comedy Performer, The British Comedy Awards Most Popular Comedy Performer for Time After Time (ITV); Show Business Personality of the Year, Manchester Evening News Theatre Awards Most Popular Performer; Brian was also nominated for the Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical for Jolson (Victoria Palace Theatre).

    Hobbies include: Trying to park his car in London.

Creative

  • DOLLY PARTON

    DOLLY PARTON

    MUSIC AND LYRICS

  • PATRICIA RESNICK

    PATRICIA RESNICK

    BOOK

  • JEFF CALHOUN

    JEFF CALHOUN

    DIRECTOR

  • LISA STEVENS

    CHOREOGRAPHER

  • TOM ROGERS

    DESIGNER

    TOM ROGERS

    DESIGNER

    Theatre includes: Big Fish (The Other Palace); The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole (Menier Chocolate Factory/Leicester Curve); The Snow Queen, The Rivals, The Misanthrope (Bristol Old Vic); The Choir (Glasgow Citizens); Ragtime (Charing Cross); Five Guys Named Moe (Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Racing Demon, 20 Tiny Plays About Sheffield (Sheffield Crucible); Grey Gardens, The Chimes (Southwark Playhouse); Moonfleet, Echo’s End, Bedroom Farce, Separate Tables, The Recruiting Officer, Joking Apart, The Spire, Epsom Downs, The Game Of Love and Chance (Salisbury Playhouse); Oliver!, The Secret Adversary, A Bunch Of Amateurs, The Witches Of Eastwick, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Radio Times (Watermill Theatre); My Judy Garland LifeJoking Apart (Nottingham Playhouse); Each His Own Wilderness, The Man Who (Orange Tree); Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales (The Bargehouse, South Bank & Shoreditch Town Hall); Beacons (Park Theatre); Beyond The Fence (Arts Theatre); Moominland Midwinter (The Egg, Theatre Royal Bath); Happy Days (UK tour); Radio Times (UK Tour); Llwyth (Sherman Cymru, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru Tour and Taiwan) and Laughing Gas (Theatre Royal Plymouth and UK Tour).

     

    Opera includes: Written On Skin, Powder Her Face (Opera Philadelphia); Carmen (Teatro Petruzelli Bari, Italy & Castleton Festival, USA); Il Matrimonio Segreto, La Cenerentola (Scottish Opera); La Fille Du Regiment (Opera Holland Park) and Let’s Make An Opera (Aldeburgh).

    Dance Includes: Goat (Rambert, Sadlers Wells & UK Tour), On The Habit Of Being Oneself (Joe Moran Dance, Sadlers Wells), Les Amoreux (Company Chordelia, UK Tour)

     

    Television & Music Includes: Robbie Williams’ Swings Both Ways (Worldwide Tour), Even Better Than The Real Thing (BBC1); Let It Shine (BBC1) and Britain’s Got Talent (ITV).

  • HOWARD HUDSON

    LIGHTING DESIGNER

  • NINA DUNN

    VIDEO DESIGNER

  • POTI MARTIN

    SOUND DESIGNER

  • MARK CROSSLAND

    MUSICAL SUPERVISOR, ARRANGEMENTS & ORCHESTRATION

  • RICHARD MAWBEY

    WIGS DESIGNER

  • ANDREW HILTON

    MUSICAL DIRECTOR

    ANDREW HILTON

    MUSICAL DIRECTOR

    Andrew studied conducting and musical direction at the University of East Anglia, Norwich.  He is a regular MD and vocal coach at the London School of Musical Theatre. Most recently, he supervised the new live London cast recording of Young Frankenstein. Andrew was previously Musical Supervisor and Arranger at the English Theatre Frankfurt and regularly conducts musicals at the Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man.

    Musical Direction and Assistant Musical Direction credits include: Young Frankenstein (Garrick Theatre); The Addams Family (UK Premier Tour), Ghost (International Tour ‘18), Spamalot (Palace Theatre); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (West Yorkshire Playhouse and UK Tour); The Producers (Original UK Tour and Revival); Singin’ In The Rain (UK Tour); Sister Act (UK Tour); Hairspray (UK Tour); High School Musical (Hammersmith Apollo);   High School Musical 2 (UK Tour); Hello Dolly (Lincoln Theatre Royal); Dancing in the Streets (Cambridge Theatre, Aldwych Theatre and Playhouse); The Producers (Admiralspalast, Berlin); I Do! I Do! (Vienna English Theatre); ApplauseInto The Woods and Big Top (Bridewell Theatre); Annie (Lincoln Theatre Royal); Personals (Jermyn Street Theatre); Elvis – The Musical(CMC); Sweet Charity (Stratford Circus); Newley (Tristan Bates); The Rocky Horror Show (European Tour); Hair, Rent, Cabaret, Spend, Spend, SpendThey’re Playing Our Song (English Theatre Frankfurt); Peter PanCinderellaDick Whittington (Theatre Royal Norwich); CinderellaAladdin (Liverpool Empire) and Oliver (Aberystwyth Arts Centre).  Shows on the Isle of Man include Les Miserables, Miss Saigon, Cats, Evita, Oliver, Beauty and the Beast, Tommy, Sister Act, Wizard of Oz and The Witches of Eastwick. 

  • VICTORIA ROE

    CASTING

  • AMBASSADOR THEATRE GROUP

    PRODUCER

  • SELLADOOR WORLDWIDE

    PRODUCER

  • GAVIN KALIN PRODUCTIONS

    PRODUCER

  • GLASS HALF FULL PRODUCTIONS

    CO-PRODUCER

  • HARTSHORN – HOOK PRODUCTIONS

    CO-PRODUCER