American Idiot returns to the Arts Theatre for limited season in July

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

Amelia Lily continues in her role in American Idiot when it returns to the Arts Theatre in July. Picture: Roy Tan

Following on from its critically acclaimed 2015 London run and 2016 UK tour, Green Day’s Tony Award-winning musical American Idiot will be returning to its London home at the Arts Theatre for a strictly limited run from 8 July to 25 September 2016, with press night on 13 July. 

Double platinum selling artist Newton Faulkner (Johnny), who joins the cast from 7 May, and X Factor finalist Amelia Lily (Whatsername) will be continuing in their roles, alongside fellow cast members Cellen Chugg Jones (Theo), Jemma Geanaus (Alysha), Alexis Gerred (Tunny), Llandyll Gove (Gerard), Karina Hind (Libby), Emma Housley (Heather), Lawrence Libor (Swing), Lucas Rush (St Jimmy) Steve Rushton (Will) and Alice Stokoe (Extraordinary Girl). 

Winner of two Tony Awards and the 2010 Grammy Award winner for Best Musical Show Album, American Idiot is the story of three boyhood friends, each searching for meaning in a post 9/11 world. The show features the music of Green Day with the lyrics of its lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong and book by Billie Joe 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 currently touring the UK, visiting the following venues: Palace Theatre, Manchester (5-9 April); New Theatre, Cardiff (19-23 April); Kings Theatre, Portsmouth (26-30 April); New Theatre, Oxford (3-7 May); New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham (10-14 May); Exeter Northcott Theatre (18-22 May); Sunderland Empire (24-28 May); King’s Theatre, Glasgow (31 May – 4 June)Spa Theatre, Bridlington (7-11 June); Theatre Royal, Nottingham (14-18 June); Empire Theatre, Liverpool (21-25 June) and the Grand Opera House, Belfast (28 June-2 July).

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