Opened: 10th September 2019

Booking Period: 2nd November 2019

Show Times: Monday-Saturday 19:30, Thursday & Saturday 14:30

Running Time: TBC

Venue: Dominion Theatre


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The Show

Big is a musical by John Weidman, David Shire and Richard Maltby, adapted from the 1988 film which starred Tom Hanks and follows the story of a boy whose wish at a carnival is granted and he grows up overnight. The musical premiered in Detroit in January 1996 before transferring to Broadway in April of that year where it closed after six months. The show will open at the West End’s Dominion Theatre in September 2019.

The Cast

Leading and Supporting

Jay McGuiness as Josh Baskin

Wendi Peters as Mrs Baskin

Kimberley Walsh as Susan Lawrence

Matthew Kelly as George MacMillan

Lori Haley Fox as Mrs Kopecki/Miss Watson

Edward Handoll as Paul Seymour

Young Josh will be played by Jamie O’Connor and Jake Simon

Billy will be played by Austen Phelan and Theo Wilkinson

Ensemble and Swing

Charlie Bull, Colin Burnicle, Christie-Lee Crosson, Vicki Davids, Alex Fobbester, Leanne Garretty, Stuart Hickey, Matt Holland, Tash Holway, Ross McLaren, Richard Murphy, Eddie Myles, Katharine Pearson, Anton Fosh, Gemma Fuller, Gary Murphy and Katy Osborne


Olufemi Alaka, Coco Cousin-Brown, Asher Ezeguiel, Ellis Griffiths, Imogen Law Hing Choy, Noah Leggott, Amaya Lucas, Cassia McCarthy, Ophelia Parsons, Bailey Razdan, Lucinda Wicks, and Chanel Zinyemba


Big will open at the Dominion Theatre in September 2019 for a limited nine week run. The Dominion Theatre opened on 29th October 1929 and has been used as a theatre for musicals, plays, pantomimes, concerts and other live performances, and as a cinema. This venue is owned by Nederlander so the best place to buy tickets is through their website.

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