Across 6 productions, from Southwark Playhouse in 2013 through to last year’s tour of China, Titanic The Musical has featured 70 actors. Many of them have now come together – all isolated because of the Coronavirus pandemic – to record ‘We’ll Meet Tomorrow’, one of the most moving numbers from the hit show.
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The cast features: John Addison, James Austen-Murray, David Bardsley, Alistair Barron, Matt Beveridge, Helena Blackman, Dominic Brewer, Kieran Brown, Jay Bryce, Ronan Burns, Greg Castiglioni, Lewis Cornay, Scarlett Courtney, Scott Cripps, Matthew Crowe, Gary Davies, Jonathan David Dudley, Grace Eccle, Alexander Evans, Wendy Ferguson,James Gant, Scott Garnham, Luke George, Celia Graham, Simon Green, Douglas Hansell, Luke Harley, Emma Harrold, Ryan Heenan, Oliver Hembrough, Ben Heppner, Chris Holland, Rob Houchen, James Hume, Matthew Jay-Ryan, Chris Jenkins, Devon-Elise Johnson, Benjamin Karran, Sion Lloyd, Alex Lodge, Claire Machin, Claire Marlowe, Oliver Marshall, Luke McCall, Shane McDaid, Matthew McDonald, Chris McGuigan, Matthew McKenna, Gemma McMeel, Leo Miles, Kate Milner-Evans, Janet Mooney, Nadim Naaman, Joel Parnis, Jessica Paul, Peter Prentice,Timothy Quinlan, Philip Rham, Beth Peach Robinson, Dudley Rogers, Victoria Serra, Niall Sheehy,Rachel Spurrell, Ashley Stillburn, Judith Street, Lucie-Mae Sumner, Eleanor Walsh, Stephen Webb, Samuel J Weir, Jack Wilcox
The band from the 2019 China tour: MD/Keys Leigh Thompson, Violin Jemima Clark, Viola Bridget Mansfield, Cello Gemma Connor, Double Bass Jack Cherry, Percussion Craig Apps/Merlin Jones.