American Idiot extends run to 22 November due to popular demand

Amelia Lily from American Idiot, at the Arts Theatre from 17 July. Picture Roy Tan

Amelia Lily from American Idiot at the Arts Theatre, London. Picture Roy Tan

Following on from its successful opening in July and due to popular demand, the critically acclaimed production of Green Day’s award-winning Broadway musical American Idiot will be extending its run at the Arts Theatre, Leicester Square and is now booking until 22 November 2015. 

The entire cast, including X Factor’s Amelia Lily (Whatsername), Steve Rushton (Will) and Aaron Sidwell (Johnny) will all continue in their roles within the production throughout the new booking period. The rest of the cast includes Luke Baker (Theo), Natasha Barnes (Heather), Alexis Gerred (Tunny), Llandyll Gove (Gerard), Raquel Jones (Extraordinary girl), Natasha Karp (Alysha) Robyn Mellor (Libby), Lucas Rush (St. Jimmy) and Ross William Wild (Favorite Boy).

The producers of American Idiot said: “We have been overawed by the unbelievable response from audiences and are thrilled to be extending our stay at the Arts Theatre. We look forward to welcoming more members to join our Idiot Nation!”

The musical features the music of Green Day with the lyrics of its lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong, and book by Armstrong and Michael Mayer. The production is directed and choreographed by Racky Plews, with musical supervision by Richard Morris, sound by Chris Whybrow, design by Sara Perks and lighting by Tim Deiling.  

American Idiot is the story of three boyhood friends, each searching for meaning in a post 9-11 world. Winner of two Tony Awards and the 2010 Grammy Award winner for Best Musical Show Album, the show premiered at Berkeley Repertory Theatre in September 2009, moving on to a critically acclaimed Broadway run in April 2010.

The musical is produced by David Hutchinson and Philip Rowntree for Sell a Door Theatre Company and Stephen McGill Productions. The associate producers are Hartshorn – Hook ProductionsLondon Contemporary Theatre and Nathan Gardner/Danny Brooke.

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