by Grant Black, Murray Lachlan Young, and Elliot Davis

8 – 10 November, 19:30

Tickets £12

Rehab is the third of three semi-staged, rehearsed readings in the From Page to Stage 2016 season. It is a book in hand presentation of the full show.

Rehab or Prison?

Kid pop, the world’s biggest pop ego, has no choice. However, his manager Malcolm can smell a killing and needs cameras and action inside PDQ.

Welcome to The Glade: Cross dressing room mates, tanning addicts, group therapy and terrible food. It’s all too much! Kid needs a fix. Meet Lucy, she’s gorgeous, sensitive. It’s lust at first sight but Lucy has a secret, one that will plunge them both into a life threatening dilemma.

Join us in Rehab on a poptastic, rock bottom to redemption journey of heart, hips, boom-boom belly laughs and lightning quips. Hearts must be broken and songs must be sung from a stunning score that will live on in the heart and mind as we and our deeply loveable cast of characters seek the ultimate goal: love, peace, serenity and great choreography.

Welcome to Rehab.

Directed by Elliot Davis (Out There, Loserville) with musical direction by Bob Broad (Legally Blonde, Jesus Christ Superstar, Betty Blue Eyes)

Cast includes Kieran Brown as Henry/Eric (The Phantom of the Opera, West End; Wicked, West End), Cassie Compton as Lucy (American Psycho, Alemida Theatre; Wicked, Apollo Victoria), Ross Finnie as Barry (Billy Elliot; Cats, West End), Jaymi Hensley as Kid Pop (Union J, Elegies), Beverley Klein as Jane (Platanov/Ivanov, National Theatre; Into the Woods, Royal Opera House), Maria Omakinwa as Martha (Showboat, Sheffield Crucible; The Bodyguard, Adelphi), Ian Reddington as Malcolm (We Will Rock You, UK Tour; Coronation Street; EastEnders) and Damian Williams as Phil (Hairspray, Leicester Curve and International Tour; Being Tommy Cooper, UK Tour).