Billy Elliot the Musical

Thu 7 Jul - Sun 14 Aug 2022



Through the night, under darkness. Will come a day, when we will fly.

For the first time in the UK, the award-winning, world-renowned Billy Elliot the Musical gets a new look in this Made at Curve production, directed by Nikolai Foster and choreographed by Lucy Hind.

It’s the mid 80s. Thatcher is at her most powerful. Men mine and boys box. Until, in a small town in County Durham, a young boy falls in love with ballet.

Set amidst the increasingly bitter 1984/85 miners’ strike, Billy Elliot the Musical is a tale of determination, acceptance and daring to be different. In a close-knit community where family and tradition means everything, can Billy forge a new destiny and follow his passion?

Based on Stephen Daldry‘s acclaimed 2000 film, with music by Elton John and book and lyrics by Lee Hall, this electrifying musical features incredible songs such as SolidarityThe LetterHe Could Be a Star and the show-stopping Electricity.

Guaranteed to make your soul soar, join us Summer 2022 for this celebration of community, being true to yourself and finding the courage to follow your dreams.

Please note this performance contains strong language and violence.


£56 – £10 
Previews £28 – £10 (Thu 7 – Tue 12 Jul)

£25 Under 16s
£25 16-26 yrs and/or Students (with a free 16-26 & Student Membership), and Curve Connect
£25 Under 18s school groups
£4 off for Groups 10+
£5 off for Groups 20+
£7 off for Groups 50+
15% off for Members
2-4-1 tickets for Friends and Supporters  on Thu 14 Jul, 7pm and Fri 15 Jul, 7.30pm.

BSL Signed: Fri 29 Jul, 7.30pm
BSL Interpreter: Karen Sly

Captioned: Sat 6 Aug, 2.15pm & 7.30pm
Captioner: Theatre Captioner Network – Steve Burrows

Relaxed Performance: Sun 7 Aug, 1pm

Dementia Friendly: Thu 11 Aug, 2.15pm

Audio-Described & Touch Tour: Sat 13 Aug, 2.15pm
Audio Describers: Talking Sense – Nadine Beasley and Kate Taylor-Davies

*Discounts are subject to availability and may be removed at any time. Only valid on certain performances - terms and conditions apply.

Credits & Acknowledgments

Book and Lyrics by Lee Hall
Music by Elton John
Originally directed by Stephen Daldry
Originally choreographed by Peter Darling

Orchestrations by Martin Koch

Executive Producers (original production)
Angela Morrison and David Furnish

Producers (original production)
Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Jon Finn and Sally Greene

Director Nikolai Foster
Choreographer Lucy Hind
Musical Supervisor & Musical Director George Dyer
Set Designer Michael Taylor 
Costume Designer Edd Lindley
Lighting Designer Ben Cracknell
Sound Designer Adam Fisher
Props Supervisor Lizzie Frankl, Propworks
Props Assistant Sophie Haliburn, Propworks
Casting Director Kay Magson CDG
Children’s Casting Director Jo Hawes
RTYDS Resident Assistant Director Lilac Yosiphon
Birkbeck Trainee Director Thyrza Abrahams
Associate Choreographer James Berkery
Dialect Coach Elspeth Morrison
Production Manager Guy Ongley
Head Chaperone Helen ‘H’ Mclaren-Frost

Originally presented in London by
Universal Pictures Stage Productions, Working Title Films and Old Vic Productions,
in association with Tiger Aspect.

Based on Universal Pictures/Studio Canal Film.

Presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International:

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Cast & Creative

Willow Adamson

Ballet Dancer

Craig Armstrong


Steph Asamoah


Maddie Seren Ashley

Ballet Dancer

William Atkinson

Older Billy

Oliver Back

Boxer & Posh Boy

Luke Baker


Pearl Ball


Ella-Rose Blackburn Price

Ballet Dancer

Joe Caffrey


Harvey Clarridge

Boxer & Small Boy

Micky Cochrane


Caitlin Cole


Ellie Copping


Lily Corkill

Ballet Dancer

Jessica Daley

Billy's Mum

Miley Dalton

Ballet Dancer

Matisse Didier


Bobby Donald


Jonathan Dryden Taylor

Posh Dad

Isabelle Francis

Ballet Dancer

Ethan Galeotti


Rahul Gandabhai

Boxer & Posh Boy

Isla Granville

Ballet Dancer

Uzziah Gray


Lucas Haywood


Leo Hollingsworth


Orlaith Rae Hunt

Ballet Dancer

Rachel Izen

Grandma Edna

Ava Rose Johnson

Ballet Dancer

Cameron Johnson

Mr. Braithwaite

Lola Johnstone


Aneeka Kaur Bains

Ballet Dancer

Ava Mia Komisarczuk

Ballet Dancer

Kyrelle Lammy

Boxer & Small Boy

Lienna-Jean Langdon

Ballet Dancer

Michael Lin

Pit Supervisor

Tahlia Maddox

Ballet Dancer

Prem Masani


Tori McDougall


Nesisa Mhindu

Ballet Dancer

Lorcan Murphy


Alfie Napolitano


Samuel Newby


Robin Paley Yorke


Minal Patel

Big Davey

Sophia Pirie

Ballet Dancer

Hayden Polanco


Anna Rossa


Jaden Shentall-Lee


Ethan Shimwell


Sally Ann Triplett

Mrs. Wilkinson

Gopal Thacker


Mirabelle Varakantam

Ballet Dancer

Louie Wood


Christopher Wright

Mr. Wilkinson

Meet our Young Company in Rehearsals

The young company of Billy Elliot the Musical with (L-R on back row) Associate Choreographer James Berkery, Choreographer Lucy Hind, Director Nikolai Foster, Sally Ann Triplett (Mrs. Wilkinson), Musical Director George Dyer, Birkbeck Trainee Director Thyrza Abrahams and Head Chaperone Helen ‘H’ Mclaren-Frost – Photography by Marc Brenner

Sally Ann Triplett (Mrs. Wilkinson) with ‘Billy’ cast members (L-R) Samuel Newby, Alfie Napolitano, Jaden Shentall-Lee and Leo Hollingsworth – Photography by Marc Brenner

Boxers (L-R) Kyrelle Lammy, Gopal Thacker, Uzziah Gray, Matisse Didier, Rahul Gandabhai, Lorcan Murphy, Harvey Clarridge, Ethan Galeotti, Hayden Polanco and Oliver Back – Photography by Marc Brenner

‘Michael’ cast members – (L-R) Prem Masani, Ethan Shimwell, Lucas Hayward and Bobby Donald – Photography by Marc Brenner

The young company of Billy Elliot the Musical – Photography by Marc Brenner

‘Debbie’ cast members – (L-R) Pearl Ball, Ellie Copping, Caitlin Cole and Lola Johnstone – Photography by Marc Brenner