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About the showPlease note that Paul Whitehouse is currently scheduled to star as Grandad until 2 May 2020.
Paul Whitehouse and Jim Sullivan bring the good old gang back to entertain London audiences, with a brand new musical adaptation of the popular British television series. Playing at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, Only Fools and Horses the Musical sees Del Boy, Grandad and Rodney reunite in the West End.
Based on the landmark, record-breaking series written by the late, great John Sullivan, the new musical is created by John’s son Jim Sullivan and comedy legend Paul Whitehouse, featuring musical contributions by duo Chas n Dave in an ingenious original score.
Recreating the iconic markets of the London streets, Only Fools and Horses the Musical brings to life the beloved characters of Del Boy, Rodney, Grandad and more! Take a trip back to 1989 and prepare for cockney charm, dodgy dealings and hilarity, as Britain’s most lovable rogues return.
Paul Whitehouse stars as Grandad, alongside Tom Bennett as Del Boy and Ryan Hutton as Rodney. Further casting includes Ashleigh Gray as Raquel, Pippa Duffy as Cassandra, Jeff Nicholson as Boycie, Samantha Seager as Marlene, Peter Baker as Trigger and Adrian Irvine as Denzil.
Only Fools and Horses the Musical is directed and choreographed by Caroline Jay Ranger (The Commitments UK Tour), with design by Liz Ascroft, lighting design by Richard G Jones, sound design by Rory Madden and musical arrangement by Stuart Morley.
Incorporating favourite moments from the much-loved TV series, as well as hilarious new songs that guarantee a right knees-up, Only Fools and Horses the Musical trots into the West End for a run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. The production plays from 9 February 2019, with a press night on 19 February 2019.