White Christmas The Musical transfers to the West End for festive Run, tickets on sale
- Becki Crossley
- 21 March 2019
Danny Mac and Dan Burton star as Bob Wallace and Phil Davis at the Dominion Theatre
The stage adaptation of White Christmas will return this festive season to a new London location. Following 2018's run at the Curve Theatre in Leicester, the show will be staged at the Dominion Theatre in the West End from 15 Nov 2019–4 Jan 2020. Tickets are available now.
Directed by Nikolai Foster (Annie, Breakfast at Tiffany's) with choreography from two-time Olivier Award-winning choreographer Stephen Mear, set design by Michael Taylor and costume design by Diego Pitarch the show returns to the West End for the first time since 2014.
Bing Crosby starred in the original 1954 movie of the same name. Like the movie, the musical adaptation follows two friends, Bob Wallace and Phil Davis, who served together during World War Two. The pair team up to put on a show in the hope of saving General's ski lodge in Vermont. The musical features a well known soundtrack including hits 'The Best Things Happen While You're Dancing' and, of course, 'White Christmas'.
Danny Mac will reprise his performance as Bob Wallace, and hold stage credits for roles in On the Town, Wicked and Legally Blonde. In 2016, Mac joinied BBC's competition series Strictly Come Dancing. Alongside professional dancer Oti Mabuse he made it to the finals.
Joining Mac is Dan Burton who performed in White Christmas at the Curve Theatre as Phil Davis. Burton's West End credits include Jersey Boys, The Pajama Game, Chicago and Legally Blonde. Further casting for White Christmas is to be announced in the coming months.