Edinburgh Theatre: Join Doctor Who and EastEnders star Bonnie Langford for a backstage tour of Anything Goes

It’s delightful, delicious and de-lovely and it’s the most spectacular musical in Edinburgh at the moment, Cole Porter’s Anything Goes. Join Entertainment Editor Liam Rudden and show star Bonnie Langford now for a backstage tour of the ocean going musical.

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Last year, Anything Goes smashed multiple Box Office records at the Barbican Theatre, London, including the single highest grossing performance week for a musical in the Barbican’s 39-year history and the highest sales across a weekend for a musical, as audiences flooded through the doors for the 15-week sold out season – this week it’s in Edinburgh, at the Festival Theatre until Sunday.

The critically acclaimed show features a star cast including Kerry Ellis as Reno Sweeney and New Tricks’ Denis Lawson as Moonface Martin, Simon Callow – Saturday and Sunday performances only in Edinburgh – as Elisha Whitney and EastEnders’ Bonnie Langford as Evangeline Harcourt.

Bonnie Langford gives Edinburgh Evening News Entertainment Editor a tour backstage at Anything Goes

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Cast changes for weekday performances at the Fetsival Theatre will see Elisha Whitney played by Clive Hayward and the ship’s Captain played by Eu Jin Hwang.


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Anything Goes runs until Sunday, tickets are available here.

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