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Annie is a musical by Thomas Meehan based on a popular Harold Gray comic strip, Little Orphan Annie, with music and lyrics by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin. It is set in New York during the Great Depression and follows the story of the young Annie, who is plucked from a miserable life in an orphanage to spend a Christmas with billionaire, Oliver Warbucks. The production debuted on Broadway in 1977 and then in the West End in the following year.

The Cast

Leading and Supporting

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Craig Revel Horwood as Miss Hannigan

Alex Bourne as Daddy Warbucks

Amber as Sandy the Dog

Carolyn Maitland as Grace Farrell

Richard Meek as Rooster

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Jenny Gayner as Lily

Andy Barke as Drake

Ensemble and Swing

Michael Anderson, Thomas Audibert, Caroline Bateson, Daisy Boyles, Blaine Colangelo, Gary Davis, Ashleigh Graham, George Rae, Susannah Van Den Berg, Matt Trevorrow, Amy West, and Samuel Wilson-Freeman


Annie will be played by Taziva-Faye Katsande, Ava Smith, and Freya Yates

Molly will be played by Orla McDonagh, Tia Grace Isaac, and Honey-Rose Quinn

Duffy will be played by Kacey Agwuegbo, Romanie Jija-Wakeham, and Tilly Stephany

Tessie will be played by Siena Austen, Dulcie Allsop, and Francesca Robinson

Pepper will be played by Drew Phoebe Hylton, Charlotte Pourett Wythe, and Aliya Bashir

July will be played by Lyla Toplass, Saskia Salmon, and ChancΓ© Quaye

Kate will be played by Fifi Bloomsbury-Khier, Emily-May Stephenson, and Tori Ryan

Tour Dates

  • Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall, 20th May – 25th May
  • Southend, Cliffs Pavilion, 27th May – 1st June
  • Sheffield, Lyceum Gheatre, 4th June – 8th June
  • Woking, New Victoria Theatre, 10th June – 15th June
  • Dartford, Orchard Theatre, 17th June – 22nd June
  • Liverpool, Empire Theatre, 24th June – 29th June
  • Milton Keynes Theatre, 1st July – 6th July
  • Dublin, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, 9th July – 20th July
  • Birmingham Hippodrome, 23rd July – 11th August
  • Eastbourne, Congress Theatre, 13th August – 17th August
  • Cardiff, Wales Millennium Theatre, 19th August – 31st August
  • Aberdeen, His Majesty’s Theatre, 24th September – 28th September
  • Edinburgh Playhouse, 30th September – 5th October
  • Sunderland Empire, 7th October- 12th October
  • Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre, 14th October – 19th October
  • Crawley, 22nd October – 26th October
  • Belfast, 29th October – 2nd November
  • Ipswich, Regent Theatre, 4th November – 9th November
  • London, New Wimbledon Theatre, 11th November – 16th November
  • Stoke-on-Trent, Regent Theatre, 18th November – 23rd November