Madalena Alberto Joins Southwark Playhouse’s ASPECTS OF LOVE

Full casting has been announced for the upcoming London transfer of ASPECTS OF LOVE at Southwark Playhouse.

Previewing from 7th January, Jonathan O’Boyle’s production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ASPECTS OF LOVE arrives in Elephant and Castle following its revival at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre in Summer 2018. 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of Lloyd Webber’s show, which includes the modern classic, ‘Love Changes Everything’.

Madalena Alberto, whose previous credits include Eva in EVITA and and Grizabella in CATS, will play Giulietta Trapani. She is joined in the production by Jack Churms, Jason Kajdi, Felix Mosse, Julia J Nagle, Minal Patel, Jerome Pradon, Kelly Price and Eleanor Walsh who all reprise their roles from the Manchester production. Eleanor Jackson joins the production in the ensemble.

A West End hit in the 1990s, ASPECTS OF LOVE is an adaptation of David Garnett’s novel. From the cobbled streets of Paris to the mountains of the Pyrenees, ASPECTS OF LOVE is a sweeping, epic and heart-breaking love story spanning seventeen years. Passion, desire, family ties and friendship bind six people and three generations together as they come to appreciate how love changes everything.

ASPECTS OF LOVE features direction from Jonathan O’Boyle (HAIR at The Vaults and PIPPIN at Southwark Playhouse), choreography by Sam Spencer-Lane, musical direction by Richard Bates, design by Jason Denvir, lighting by Aaron J. Dootson and sound by James Nicholson. The musical features music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart.

ASPECTS OF LOVE runs at Southwark Playhouse from 7th January to 9th February.

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