FEATURED: ‘Back to the Future’ Musical Finds Its Doc Brown


Turn your flux capacitor on and strap yourself in for a thrilling musical adventure.

Further casting has been announced ‘Back to the Future: the Musical’.

The 1985 movie and pop culture phenomenon that’s now more loved than ever is transported to the stage by the film’s original creative team of Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis.

The Grammy Award-winning pairing of Alan Silvestri and Glen Ballard will send you on an electrifying ride through time with an all-new score alongside all of the movie’s hugely iconic songs, including ‘The Power of Love’, ‘Johnny B Goode’, ‘Earth Angel’ and ‘Back in Time’.

Back to the Future the Musical is directed by Tony Award-winning John Rando alongside a Tony and Olivier Award-winning design team including Tim Hatley (set and costumes), Hugh Vanstone (lighting), Finn Ross (video design – previous credits include Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) and Chris Bailey (choreography).

Joining the previously announced Olly Dobson as Marty McFly, Hugh Coles as George, Rosanna Hyland as Lorraine and Cedric Neal as Goldie will be Tony Award-winner Roger Bart (The Stepford Wives), in what will be his UK debut.

Bart said: “I am thrilled to be here in the great city of Manchester, England to introduce to the world this extraordinary incarnation of this hilarious and heart-warming story. Playing the role of Doc Brown, made iconic on film by the brilliant Christopher Lloyd, is going to be the adventure of a lifetime. After all, at this stage of my life, who doesn’t want to go back in time?”.

The show will run at the Manchester Opera House from Thursday 20th February to Sunday 17th May 2020,with plans for a West End run to be revealed.


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