Three new cast members have joined the Waitress diner at the Adelphi Theatre to form the second West End cast.
Based on the 2007 film of the same name by Adrienne Shelly, the musical adaptation of Waitress made its Broadway debut back in 2016 and has now made the leap across the pond to London’s West End, setting up shop at the Adelphi Theatre.
Of all the new musicals that Broadway has shipped to London in recent years, Waitress is quite possibly the greatest as Sara Bareillles takes an unflinching look at 21st century America through the eyes of waitress Jenna and her two best friends and workmates, Becky and Dawn.
Fresh from Broadway, hit musical Waitress proves funnier and lighter than you might expect at the Adelphi Theatre.
Full casting information for the West End premiere of Sara Bareilles’ Waitress has been released today with news that Shaun Prendergast will play Old Joe.
When I went to the first West End Live Lounge back in March, I didn’t think it could get any better. I was wrong! Every single performance was absolutely outstanding and I was in awe of each and every performer, it was honestly one of the best concerts I’ve ever seen, full of so much incredible talent and just a wonderful night for a wonderful cause.