Eleanor Walsh as Jenny Jerome Pradon as George in ASPECTS OF LOVE.
Eleanor Walsh as Jenny Jerome Pradon as George in ASPECTS OF LOVE.

Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment and Hope Mill Theatre have announced the full cast for the London transfer of their production of Aspects of Love at Southwark Playhouse.

Madalena Alberto will play Giulietta Trapani, and Eleanor Jackson will join the ensemble. This completes the previously announced cast of Kelly Price in the role of Rose, Felix Mosse as Alex, Jerome Pradon as George, Jack Churms, as Jerome/ensemble, Jason Kajdi as Hugo, Julia J Nagle as Elizabeth/ensemble, Minal Patel as Marcel and Eleanor Walsh as Jenny/ensemble.

Madalena Alberto has played some of the most coveted roles in musical theatre, including Fantine in Les Misérables (Barbican and UK tour), Grizabella in Cats (London Palladium) and the title role in Evita (Dominion Theatre, UK and International tours). Madalena is also an established solo artist and songwriter, performing regularly in concerts in London, Lisbon and Barcelona, and is a proud associate artist to Chaskis Theatre Company in London.

Eleanor Jackson trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Her theatre credits include Freight (RADA Festival), Medea (Bristol Old Vic), and Great Again (Vaults Festival).

Directed by Jonathan O’Boyle (Rain Man, Hair and Pippin) this new, intimately reimagined production will play for a limited season from 7 January to 9 February 2019. This will be the fourth London transfer from Hope Mill Theatre, following Yank!Hair and Pippin, and the award-winning 50th anniversary production of Hair has recently announced a major UK tour in 2019.

2019 marks 30 years since the original production of Aspects of Love first opened, premiering at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1989.  With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart and based on the novel by David Garnett, the musical is set in France in 1947 and features the iconic songs Love Changes EverythingSeeing Is Believing and First Man You Remember.

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