Full cast announced for THE CHER SHOW UK Tour

In the brand new production of The Cher Show, Cher will be played by Debbie Kurup, Danielle Steers and Millie O’Connell. The production features the actresses portraying Cher in three different ways throughout her iconic career, with Debbie as ‘Star’, Danielle as ‘Lady’ and Millie as ‘Babe’.

Lucas Rush will play Sonny, Jake Mitchell will play Bob Mackie, Sam Ferriday will play Greg Allman and Tori Scott will play Georgia. Joining them are Jordan Anderton, Jasmine Jules Andrews, Carla Bertran, Catherine Cornwall, Áine Curran, Sam Holden, Samantha Ivey, Aston Newman Hannington, Ingrid Olivia, Clayton Rosa, Chay Wills and Guy Woolf.

With book by Tony and Olivier Award-winning Rick Elice (Jersey Boys, The Addams Family, Peter and the Starcatcher), direction by Arlene Phillips (Saturday Night Fever, Starlight Express, Grease), choreography by Oti Mabuse (two-time Strictly Come Dancing champion) and costume design by Gabriella Slade (Six, In The Heights, Spice World 2019 Tour), the UK & Ireland Tour will open at Leicester’s Curve on 15 April 2022 and will continue through to 1 April 2023.

From a young child with big dreams, the shy daughter of an Armenian American truck driver, to the dizzying heights of global stardom, The Cher Show tells the incredible story of Cher’s meteoric rise to fame. Cher takes the audience by the hand and introduces them to the influential people in her life, from her mother and Sonny Bono, to fashion designer and costumier Bob Mackie. It shows how she battled the men who underestimated her, fought the conventions and, above all, was a trailblazer for independence.

The musical is packed with 35 of her biggest hits, including ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’, ‘I Got You Babe’, ‘Strong Enough’, ‘The Shoop Shoop Song’ and ‘Believe’.

Written by Tony Award-winning Rick Elice, The Cher Show made its debut on Broadway in 2018 in a production that earned two Tony Awards and delighted fans from around the world. This new production will be the European premiere.


15 – 23 April 2022 Leicester Curve

26 – 30 April Sunderland Empire Theatre

3 – 7 May Hull New Theatre

10 – 14 May Sheffield Lyceum Theatre

17 – 21 May Manchester Opera House

24 – 28 May Belfast Grand Opera House

31 May – 4 June Blackpool Opera House

7 – 11 June Nottingham Theater Royal

14 – 19 June Canterbury Marlowe Theatre

21 – 25 June Plymouth Theater Royal

19 – 30 July Dublin Bord Gais Energy Theatre

2–6 August Birmingham Hippodrome

9 – 13 August Milton Keynes Theatre

16 – 20 August Southend Cliffs Pavilion

23 – 27 August Cardiff New Theatre

30 August – 3 September Stoke Regent Theatre

6 – 10 September Woking New Victoria Theatre

13 – 17 September Cheltenham Everyman Theater

20 – 24 September Dartford Orchard Theatre

27 September – 1 October Glasgow King’s Theatre

4 – 8 October Aberdeen His Majesty’s Theatre

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11 – 15 October Edinburgh Festival Theater

18 – 22 October Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

25 – 29 October Bradford The Alhambra Theatre

1 – 12 November Brighton Theater Royal

15 – 19 November York Grand Opera House

22 – 26 November Ipswich Regent Theater

3 – 7 January 2023 Southampton Mayflower Theatre

10 – 14 January Northampton Royal & Derngate

17 – 21 January Liverpool Empire Theatre

24 – 28 January Bristol The Hippodrome

31 January – 4 February Wimbledon New Wimbledon Theatre

7 – 11 February Darlington Hippodrome

14 – 18 February Torquay Princess Theater

21 – 25 February Oxford New Theatre

28 February – 4 March Llandudno Venue Cymru

7-11 March Norwich Theater Royal

14 – 18 March Carlisle The Sands Centre

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