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THE SECRET DIARY OF ADRIAN MOLE AGED 13¾

Book and lyrics by Jake Brunger, Music and Lyrics by Pippa Cleary, Adapted from the original novel by Sue Townsend

 

CHOREOGRAPHER

 

CURVE LEICESTER

Director LUKE SHEPPARD

Designer TOM ROGERS

Lighting Designer HOWARD HUDSON

Sound Designer PAUL GROOTHIUS

Orchestrations PAUL HERBERT

Casting Director WILL BURTON CDG

Puppet Design and Direction RACHEL CANNING

Voice and Dialect Coach CHARLIE HUGHES-D'AETH

Fight Director MALCOLM RANSON

Costume Supervisor SALLY WILSON

Production Photographer PAMELA RAITH

Children’s Casting Director JO HAWES

Producer CHRIS STAFFORD​

 

"A delightful new musical"

Ben Brantley - New York Times

"Sharp choreography"

The Guardian

"choreographed with cheeky wit by Tim Jackson" 

The Independent

"Luke Sheppard’s modestly scaled production fields just 10 actors…to populate the entire show, but with choreographer Tim Jackson he manages to make it seem busy and full."

The Stage

"The experimental nativity number performed by the whole company is expertly choreographed by Tim Jackson…the hysterically funny birth of the baby Jesus…magnificently memorable”

Reviews Hub

 

"The full company number, ‘If You’d Lived’…is a joy (choreography by Tim Jackson)"

Musical Theatre Review

 

"The nativity scene. I would happily pay just to see this sequence again."

Thereoughttobeclowns.com

"this all-singing, all-dancing Mole comes up trumps; in fact, it’s so good it could burrow its way to the West End... it makes you laugh, tugs at your heart-strings and honours the spirit of the original while being playfully inventive"

The Telegraph

★★★★


"it’s no small achievement to make this first musical version such a lively, evocative pleasure... amusing and affecting enough to leave you glowing... a thoroughly charming evening: faithful to the book but with a tenderness of its own"

The Times

★★★★

"a home-grown hit for the Curve... a quaint, unassuming little charmer." 
The Guardian

★★★★
 

"the set piece finale "Nativity" hilarious"

The British Theatre Guide