Having recently twice smashed the house record at the New London Theatre, today, 9 January 2017, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s West End production of School of Rock – The Musical announces the show is extending booking for a second time since its official opening.  Tickets are now available to 28 May 2017.

From 2 March 2017 the ‘kids’ cast comprises Bailey Cassell, eleven years old from Essex, Noah Key, thirteen years old from Shropshire and Jude Harper-Wrobel, ten years old from Hertfordshire, who play Freddy; Eliza Cowdery, ten years old from Hampshire, Imogen Bowden, eleven years old from London and Selma Hansen, twelve years old from London will play Katie; Cole Lam, nine years old from Surrey, Oscar Francisco, thirteen years old from Coventry and James Lawson, thirteen years old London, will play Lawrence; Toby Lee, eleven years old from Warwickshire, Jake Slack, thirteen years old from Buckinghamshire and Jack Goodacre, eleven years old from Norfolk, will play Zack; Jobe Hart, ten years old from London, Archie Lewis, eleven years old from Surrey and Joshua Vaughan, ten years old from Birmingham, will play Billy; Agatha Meehan, nine years old from York, Stella Haden, ten years old from Birmingham and Caoimhe Judd, twelve years old from Essex, will play Summer; Amma Ris, eleven years old from London, Jasmine Sakyiama, ten years old from Milton Keynes and Nerys Obeng, ten years old from London, will play Tomika; Sonny Kirby, twelve years old from Hertfordshire, Bradley Bissett, twelve years old from Kent and Josh White, eleven years old from Worcestershire, will play James; Rocco Wright, eleven years old from London, Jacob Swann, twelve years old from London and Dylan Miles-Davis, twelve years old from Bradford, will play Matthew; Natasha Raphael, ten years old from London, Leah Levman, ten years old from London and Grace Schneider, eleven years old from London, will play Marcy; Presley Charman, nine years old from London, Harry Vallance, eleven years old from Essex and Johnny Evans-Hutchison, fourteen years old from London, will play Mason; Amelia Poggenpoel, eleven years old from Liverpool, Jaydah Bell-Ricketts, eleven years old from London and Miami Holness, ten years old also from London, will play Shonelle; Ivy Pratt, ten years old from London, Phoebe Farnham, nine years old from London and Darcy Dennis, nine years old from Kent, will play Sophie.