We Will Rock You Cast Changes

Alex Gaumond stars in We Will Rock You

We Will Rock You has now closed in London… but might it come back – keep up to date with Theatre Breaks

Following Legally Blonde cast member Alex Gaumond joining  the show in August as the lead role Galileo, there is more cast news for We Will Rock You with a new Scaramouche, Khashoggi, and the bad-ass, loved-up rebel leader Britney. 

The producers have announced that the ever popular Brenda Edwards (Killer Queen), Kevin Kennedy (Pop) and Rachel John (Meat) will continue with the show through 2012.

From 10 October, the role of Scaramouche will be taken by Lauren Samuels, one of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s BBC TV Over the Rainbow protogees

You will have seen her last in the West End as Sandy in Grease at the Piccadilly Theatre.

 Alasdair Harvey will become Killer Queen’s  side kick  Khashoggi – he is  one of musical theatre’s most accomplished  leading men having strutted his stuff in  Beauty and the Beast, Phantom of the OperaSide By Side By Sondheim, Sunday in the Park With George, and Les Miserables.  But most will know him as Jane Beale’s love interest Martin in Eastenders

Taking on the role of  the rebel Britney  is Wayne Robinson.  With other musicals such as Hairspray and The Lion King under his belt, Wayne is also a successful solo recording artist who has written and performed alongside such artists as Lulu and Lionel Richie.

We Will Rock You in London

With over  3,600 performances behind it, and holding the record for the longest running show ever at the Dominion, We Will Rock You continues to show no signs of slowing down as it approaches its 10th anniversary in London with over 12,000 people a week coming to see the show.  With the London run recently further extended, the show is now booking through to October 2012.

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