Tim Lawson, Producer of CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG and Director Roger Hodgman have been thrilled with the audience's response to the Sydney season of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and are excited to be opening in Melbourne on 30 January at Her Majesty's Theatre.
With a celebrated cast including David Hobson; Rachael Beck; Alan Brough; Jennifer Vuletic, Peter Carroll; George Kapiniaris and Tyler Coppin, lead a cast of over 60, including a flying car.
CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG boasts one of the biggest casts ever assembled for an Australian musical. The Melbourne cast includes:
CARACTACUS POTTS David Hobson
TRULY SCRUMPTIOUS Rachael Beck
BARON BOMBURST Alan Brough
BARONESS BOMBURST Jennifer Vuletic
GORAN George Kapiniaris
GRANDPA POTTS Peter Carroll
BORIS Todd Goddard
CHILDCATCHER/JUNKMAN Tyler Coppin
JEMIMA: Quinn Cameron, Kade Hughes, Lucille Le Meledo
JEREMY: Kurtis Papadinis, Caitlin Vippond, Beau Woodbridge
TOYMAKER Philip Gould
ENSEMBLE: Tony Farrell, Alex Given, Paul Hanlon, Mark Hill, Nick Jones, Andrew Kroenert, Liam McIlwain, Andrew Marshall, Rubin Matters, Jensen Overend, Anthony Pepe, Jan Di Pietro, Alicia Attwood, Francine Cain, Sophie Carter, Shannon Clark, Ashleigh Hauschild, Meg Hoult, Annabel Knight, Brooke McDowell, Emily Paddon-Brown and Stephanie Turner
ENSEMBLE / LOST CHILDREN: Lucinda Armstrong-Hall, Belinda Barichello, Remy Bednarski, Jack Bergin, Xavier Bruggeman; Eliza Carlin, Jordan Cleary, Lucy Coyne, Cameron Davey, Alexandra De Groot, Oliver Evans, Mackenzie Farran, Jared Gabriel, Jordan Giannis, Jasmine Goldberg, Molly Haringsma, Monique Heath, Peter Lejins, Jack Lyall, Paris Mahar, Alice McDonald, Isabella Meilak, Marcus Mohr, Ethan O'Donovan, Maddison Padula, Tara Parker, Amalia Stramotas, Luke Tieri, Angelo Vasilakakos and Nicholas Vasilakakos
The highly anticipated stage adaptation of one of the world's favourite movies opens in Melbourne on Wednesday 30 January at Her Majesty's Theatre.
The show will play its Melbourne season at Her Majesty's Theatre, Exhibition Street, from 30 January 2013. Tickets: from $55.90 - $129.90 (transaction and booking fees may apply). Bookings: Ticketek 1300 795 012.