The UK Theatre Award-winning Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World is coming to Coventry from 7th-11th February 2024.
When inquisitive heroine Jade breaks away from her school trip to the local museum to peek at the Gallery of Greatness, she meets iconic women from the past, whose actions and lives changed the world as we know it, including explorers, scientists, artists and secret agents. This enthralling, heartwarming musical is full of incredible characters, inspirational moments and a soundtrack that packs a popstar punch.
This empowering pop musical, from one of the producers of the worldwide sensation SIX, is based on the popular book by Suffragette relative Kate Pankhurst. Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World has delighted and inspired audiences across the UK, snowballing to become a hit favourite with a nation-wide following.
Remarkable – and often forgotten – women from history are lifted from the pages of Kate Pankhurst’s beloved book and brought gloriously to life on stage, by a fantastically great cast of Elena Breschi (SIX, Norwegian Cruise Line) as ‘Sacagawea’, ‘Frida Kahlo’ and ‘Marie Curie’, Jennifer Caldwell (SIX, UK tour) as ‘Emmeline Pankhurst’, ‘Agent Fifi’ and ‘Miss Johnson’, Georgia Grant-Anderson (Demon Dentist, UK tour) as ‘Jade’, Chlöe Hart (Wicked and Kinky Boots, West End) as ‘Gertude Ederle’, ‘Jane Austen’ and ‘Mary Anning’ and Leah Vassell (SIX, West End) as ‘Amelia Earhart’, ‘Rosa Parks’ and ‘Mary Seacole’.
Swings Millie Kiss (White Christmas, Liverpool Empire); Summer Priest (Get Up Stand Up!, West End) and Rachel Seirian (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, West End and Los Angeles) round out the cast.
The creative team behind this uplifting stage show consists of dramatist Chris Bush (Standing at the Sky’s Edge, National Theatre); with music by hit songwriter Miranda Cooper, and live arrangements by Jen Green (Beverley Knight; Pixie Lott), director, Amy Hodge (Mr Gum and The Dancing Bear – The Musical!, National Theatre), designer Joanna Scotcher (Emilia, Shakespeare’s Globe/Vaudeville Theatre), choreographer Dannielle ‘Rhimes’ Lecointe (Dick Whittington, National Theatre), lighting designer Zoe Spurr (Emilia, Shakespeare’s Globe/Vaudeville Theatre), sound designer Carolyn Downing (Summer & Smoke, Almeida/Duke of York’s Theatre) and co-sound designer Rob Bettle (Frozen: The Musical, Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Billy Elliot, UK tour).
Tickets are available to book here.