• West End

"Eugenius!" - the best new musical for years, is here!

Come and be part of the world premiere concert performance at the London Palladium on

29th June 2016. With an incredible cast, led by Warwick Davis (Star Wars, Harry Potter),

and a host of award winning musical theatre names, it promises to be an unforgettable night

and the perfect introduction to the next cult musical. Tickets are on sale now!

What's the show about?

Well, it's a classic love story between two kids - Eugene and Janey. She is mad on him, but

he always has his head inside a comic book - so much so that he actually writes his own

comic about a superhero. Against the odds, Eugene's creations take him to Hollywood and

he becomes the unlikely hero of his own intergalactic battle! Did we mention it's set in the

classic decade -the 80s?

With hit song after hit song and a brilliantly funny script "Eugenius!" is the musical you've

been waiting for, even if you don't like traditional musicals!

Come and be the first to experience "Eugenius!" on the 29th June at the London Palladium.

The Cast:

Warwick Davis (Star Wars, Harry Potter)

David Bedella (In The Heights, Jerry Springer, The Opera)

Amy Lennox (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde)

Samuel Holmes (Mrs Henderson Presents, Spamalot)

Summer Strallen (Love Never Dies, The Sound of Music)

Narrated by Marcus Brigstocke

And featuring the voice of Brian Blessed

Directed by Ian Talbot and Michael Jibson

Written by Ben Adams and Chris Wilkins

Eugenius! will be presented as a concert premiere performance for one night only at the

London Palladium on Wednesday 29th June.

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