West End welcomes Clare Halse and Tyrone Huntley as a new cast of Hello, Dolly!

Published Tue, 10 March 2020

Clare Halse and Tyrone Huntley will be joining the cast of Hello, Dolly! which is all set to run at the Adelphi Theatre in August. The musical is directed by Olivier Award winner Dominic Cooke and features the outstanding score by Jerry Herman, having musical numbers like, “Put On Your Sunday Clothes”, “Before the Parade Passes By”, “ Hello, Dolly!” and “ It Only Takes a Moment”.

Hello, Dolly! is the story of a matchmaker Dolly Gallagher Levi, who came across the challenge of finding a suitable match for Horace Vandergelder and turns out to be his coveted match.

Imelda Staunton is in the lead role and will perform as Dolly Gallagher in Hello, Dolly! As it was announced previously. Andy Nyman who got acclaimed for his work in Ghost Stories and Fiddler on the Roof is going to play the role of Horace Vandergelder while Jenna Russel who also worked in Sunday in the Park with George will play as Irene Malloy. And now the new cast of the musical has been announced this month which includes Clare Halse who also performed in the West End’s 42nd Street, will play the role of Minnie Fay and Tyrone Huntley who is famous for his work in Jesus Christ Superstar at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, will be playing the character of Barnaby Tucker. Harry Hepple is also the part of the new cast of Hello, Dolly! And will be playing as Cornelius Hack, he worked in Follies by Cooke at the National Theatre recently.

The full cast of the musical consists of Liam Wrate, Craig Armstrong, Gavin Wilkinson, Gemma Atkins, Christine Tucker, Jenni Bowden, Bree Smith, Alan Bradshaw, Phil Snowden, Natalie Chua, Edwin Ray, Joshua Clemetson, Wendy Lee Purdy, Brendan Cull, Tom Partridge, Bessy Ewa, Angelo Paragoso, Isaac Gryn, Matt Overfield, Ashlee Irish, Laura Medforth, Jodie Jacobs, Sara Marie Maxwell, Paul Kemble, Amira Matthews and Emily Langham.

Hello, Dolly! will run at the West End’s Adelphi Theatre on 11 August for a limited period of time.