Reality TV winners set to join Joseph for new UK tour

Lloyd Daniels joins Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Photos by Darren Bell.
Lloyd Daniels joins Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Photos by Darren Bell.

With a crash-of-drums-and-a-flash-of-light X Factor finalist Lloyd Daniels will make his musical theatre début in the title role of the UKs longest running musical Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat which starts a new UK tour next week.

The youngest contestant in 2009’s competition, Daniels got to the final five out of 250,000 entrants and performed in front of 10 million TV viewers.

Since then he has performed to sold out arenas on a 56 date X-Factor tour and released popular single Suburban Girl.

Danielle Hope captured the hearts of the country when she won BBC Television’s Over the Rainbow.

she made her professional début as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz at the London Palladium.

Now, following a hugely successful year as Eponine in Les Misérables in London’s West End she will join the cast of Joseph as Narrator.

Matt Lapinskas as Pharaoh

Matt Lapinskas will play Pharaoh in his first musical theatre role.

Famed for playing Anthony Moon in EastEnders, Matt was also runner up in the penultimate series of Dancing on Ice.

This colourful retelling of the biblical story about Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours, sings out to young and old alike with a score which is crammed wall to wall with hits – including Jacob and Sons, Close Every Door and Any Dream Will Do.

Having garnered sensational reviews and standing ovations at every performance since its inception almost 35 years ago, Bill Kenwright’s production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sparkling family musical has now sold an estimated 15 million tickets.

The new tour opens at Theatre Royal Windsor next Wednesday (July 23).

Tour dates:

23 Jul – 2 Aug, Theatre Royal
4 – 9 Aug, Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
12 – 23 Aug, Bord Gais Theatre, Dublin
25 – 30 Aug, Hall for Cornwall, Truro
2 – 6 Sep, New Victoria Theatre, Woking
8 – 13 Sep, Hexagon, Reading
15 – 20 Sep, Regent Theatre, Stoke
22 – 27 Sep, Churchill Theatre, Bromley
30 Sep – 4 Oct, Opera House, Cork
7 – 11 Oct, Sands Theatre, Carlisle
14 – 18 Oct, Empire Theatre, Liverpool
21 – 25 Oct, Palace Theatre, Manchester
28 Oct – 1 Nov Theatre Royal, Norwich
4 – 8 Nov, Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
11 – 15 Nov, Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold
25 – 29 Nov, Swan, High Wycombe
17 – 22 Nov, Civic Theatre, Darlington.

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