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Bronco Billy reveals complete cast ahead of its West End premiere


Bronco Billy – The Musical unveils the complete casting for the upcoming UK premiere. The musical, based on the beloved Clint Eastwood film, has already garnered acclaim, winning the Ovation Awards for Best Book of an Original Musical and Best Lyrics/Composition of an Original Musical in 2020.

Cast and creatives

Tarinn Callende (The Drifters Girl) takes on the iconic character of Bronco Billy, while Emily Benjamin (Cabaret) steps into the shoes of the runaway heiress Antoinette. Joining them is Victoria Hamilton-Barritt (Hex) as Constance, Jonathan Bourne (Nativity! The Musical) as Sam, Gemma Atkins (Mamma Mia!) as Dee Dee, Josh Butler as Lasso Leonard, Chris Jared (Amélie) as Lipton, Karen Mavundukure (The Color Purple) as Doc, Henry Maynard (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) as Lefty, Alice Croft (But I’m a Cheerleader) as Mitzi, Alexander McMorran (Heathers) as Sinclair, Aharon Rayner (The Great British Bake Off Musical) as Joe Eagle, Helen K Wint (Oklahoma!) as Lorraine, and Silas Wyatt-Barke (The Prince of Egypt) as John Arlington. Completing the ensemble are swings Kalisha Amaris (Sister Act) and David Muscat (The Last Ship).

Directed by Hunter Bird, the creative team behind Bronco Billy includes Amy Jane Cook for scenic design, Sarah Mercade for costume design, Alexzandra Sarmiento as choreographer, Nick Richings as lighting designer, Andrew Johnson as sound designer, Marcus Carter-Adams as Musical Director, John Bulleid as illusion designer, and Rachel Bown-Williams and Ruth Cooper-Brown of RC-Annie Ltd as fight and intimacy directors. Amber Sinclair-Case serves as associate director, with David O as orchestrator and music supervisor.

Bronco Billy is set to debut on January 23 and will continue its run until April 7, 2024, at the Charing Cross Theatre.

Bronco Billy The Musical

Bronco Billy The Musical

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