We All Love FRIENDS – Friendsical is Coming!
Inspired by the iconic Friends TV show, Friendsical is a new parody musical you must see.
Written by Miranda Larson, it’s set approximately around the time the first episode is set in (which was 22 September 1994!) and based on all the famous characters Rachel, Phoebe, Ross, Chandler, Monica, and Joey.
It seems only fitting that Friendsical will be at the Grand between 23rd to 28th September 2019 to celebrate the show’s 25th anniversary.
What Can You Expect from Friendsical?
“When Ross’ wife leaves him for another woman, he fears he will never find love again.
“But then Rachel runs back into his life… will he end up with his one true love?”
A power cut, naked Thursdays, and a dinosaur convention – what more could you ask for?
One of the most popular and beloved TV shows, Friends has become a cult sitcom that many can quote by heart. If you love the show – and who doesn’t, really? – then this musical is for you.
It all starts when Ross has just split off from Carol, his ex-wife, and Rachel just left Barry at the altar.
You can expect plenty of hilarious moments and songs like:
(He’s Her) Lobster!
You’re Over Me? When Were You Under Me?
While this isn’t quite the reunion fans were hoping for, you can at least look forward to this funny, musical parody.
Cast and Crew:
Elisabeth York (Rachel)
Sarah Goggin (Monica)
Jamie Lee-Morgan (Ross)
Ally Retberg (Phoebe)
Jordan Fox (Joey)
Thomas Mitchells (Chandler)
Duncan Burt (Ensemble)
Rebecca Withers (Ensemble)
Miranda Larson (Writer and Director)
Anthony Lamble (Designs)
Julian Butler (Sound)
Dom Jeffrey (Lighting)
Darren Carnall (Choreography)
Michael Vinsen (Associate Choreography)
Barrie Bignold (Musical Composition)
Birdbrooke Entertainment ltd (Production)
Miranda Larson, Writer and Director of Friendsical
This loving parody was written by Miranda Larson, a huge fan of the show and highly-experienced in writing and directing for both TV and theatre. Her first commissioned play, back in 2004, based on her friends was titled The Box Upstairs.
You may know her most recent work: writing and directing Peter Harris and Deborah Allwright’s The Night Pirates which toured the UK and opened at the Rose Theatre Kingston, and her adaptation of Tom Fletcher’s Christmasaurus for the Hammersmith Apollo.
Other credits include Cartoon Network Live and Trolls Live on tour overseas, SpongeBob Live & The Amazing World Of Gumball, work for the Disney Channel and Netflix. She’s presently working on a stage adaptation of Sleepy Hollow.
Contact our Box Office on 01253 290190 or book tickets directly on the Friendsical page. If you’re interested in becoming part of the Friends of the Grand, why not give us a call on 01253 743300 to know more?