Serendipity and what makes life just a bit less ordinary is the theme behind a new musical by Top Note Arts that comes to top regional fringe venue, The King’s Arms Theatre, Salford in June.
Adam Gwon’s vibrant and heartfelt show, Ordinary Days, runs from June 16-21.
It’s the first time a professional production of the musical has played outside of London and only its third outing in the UK.
The show be directed by Leah Fogo with Scott Stait as musical director.
This fresh new musical presents a series of funny and fortuitous events, proving that ordinary days can be simply extraordinary.
Through a score of striking and memorable songs, the audience can re-evaluate their own life stories and take a step back to view the big picture.
Ordinary Days centres around four New Yorkers and the serendipitous moments that link them together.
Playing the role of fresh-faced optimist Warren is Oliver Yank, a recent graduate of The School of Creative Arts, Blackpool and the Fylde College.
Oliver is no stranger to the Kings Arms Theatre, having performed in Assembled Junk’s Little Shop of Horrors last year.
Aimée Horwich, a local actress, will take on the role of neurotic Modern Lit student Deb.
Aimée has performed in a number of fringe productions across Manchester, including an upcoming production of Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens in conjunction with Manchester Pride.
Salford born actor/singer Matt Concannon will be playing Jason, an easy-going fun-loving guy who although reluctant to move to New York now wants settle down with his girlfriend.
His most recent work includes Flames, a short film for Fiddy West Productions.
Mountview graduate Laura Coard completes the quartet as Claire, troubled girlfriend of Jason who is finding it difficult adjusting to their growing relationship.
Laura’s most recent professional engagement was Lost Musicals’ Words and Music at Sadler’s Wells.
For tickets and times go to www.wegottickets.com/kingsarmssalford