Paul Taylor-Mills presents




A Parisian dance gig in one act.

Cake combines a multi-genre pop score with 18th century France to retell a story that sparked a revolution. When Marie Antoinette married King Louis, her reputation was already tarnished by gossip. But when she is implicated in a crime to defraud the crown jewellers of a diamond necklace, it is not just her reputation at stake, but the monarchy and France itself.

This brand-new musical, come gig, come ballet is from some of the most exciting figures in modern British Theatre. Including Olivier Winners Drew McOnie (In the Heights, Jesus Chris Superstar) and Morgan Lloyd Malcolm (Emilia, The Globe & West End).

Cake was originally commissioned by Paul Taylor-Mills (HeathersIn the Heights) and promises to re-define our expectations of what a musical can be.

Age recommendation 14+
Running time: 1 hour and 10 minutes, with no interval


£15 Under 16s
£15* 16-26 yrs and/or Students (with a free 16-26 & Student Membership) and Curve Connect
£4 off for Groups 10+ (excluding Fri & Sat performances)
15% off for Members

Captioned: Sat 22 Apr, 2.30pm
CaptionerTheatre Captioner Network – Jenny Skene

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Credits & Acknowledgments

Book Morgan Lloyd Malcolm
Music and Lyrics Tasha Taylor Johnson and Jack McManus
Direction and Choreography Drew McOnie
Based on an idea by Paul Taylor-Mills

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