‘And all around them, the night comes alive with the music of Havana…’
It’s 1958 and Havana is on the brink of revolution. All day and night, the streets are filled with dancing and the shadows are filled with criminals. In the midst of the warm tropical air, an English vacuum cleaner salesman lives a quiet life running a modest business, raising his teenage daughter Milly and collecting miniature whisky bottles.
Just as Milly’s love of shopping reaches new heights, James Wormold receives an offer from the British Secret Intelligence Service that is too good to refuse. What Wormold lacks in sleuthing experience, he makes up for with imagination. Nothing stays quiet for long in Havana and his life is soon turned upside down when the fictional events of his intelligence reports start to come true!
A roller coaster comedy full of colourful characters and uplifting Cuban inspired songs, this new musical is based on Graham Greene’s iconic novel that cleverly satirises the fine line between truth and lies.
2 hours and 20 minutes, including a 20 minute interval.
Guidance on Content:
The performance contains themes of gambling and suicide. A prop gun and cigarette are used in the show as well as haze.
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Socially Distanced Performances
We understand that some audience members may feel more comfortable attending a performance with more space between themselves and other audience members, so we are pleased to offer socially distanced performances for OUR MAN IN HAVANA. Audience members will be required to wear a face covering (unless exempt) when attending a socially distanced performance.
Dates and times:
Saturday 16 April at 2.30pm
Thursday 21 April at 2.30pm
Thursday 5 May at 7.30pm
Audio Described performance
Saturday 21 May at 2.30pm (Touch Tour starts at 1pm)
Described by Jenny Stewart-Cosgrove
To book tickets and reserve a headset for the Audio Described performance, please call the Box Office on 01635 46044.
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Book & Lyrics by Richard Hough
Music by Ben Morales Frost
Directed by Abigail Pickard Price
Designed by Kat Heath
Co-orchestrations by Eliane Correa and Ben Morales Frost
On-stage Musical Direction by Antonio Sanchez
Choreography by Andrea Pelaez
Lighting designed by Robbie Butler
Sound designed by Adam Fisher
Associate Choreography by Chris Cuming
Deputy Stage Manager Rose Burston
Assistant Stage Manager Natalie Toney and Fern Bamber
Assistant Stage Manager Placement Katie Crump
Audio Description Jenny Stewart-Cosgrove
Segura / Hawthorne / Marco
Alvaro is a London-based, international actor/musician and voice actor of Mexican origin. He is multilingual and speaks English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Training: Italia Conti Academy (BA Acting) and Royal Academy of Music (PgDip Musical Theatre Performance).
Musical theatre credits include: ClubMex (Hope Mill Theatre); Madagascar Live (International Tour); Chess in Concert (Royal Albert Hall); Fidel the Musical; Nine and Sweeney Todd.
Theatre credits include: Day of the Living / #WeAreArrested (RSC); Wig Out (Royal Court); The Time of Our Lies (Park); Don Quixote in Algiers (White Bear); Qaddafi's Cook (London/Mexico/US Tour); Love in the Time of Corona (Jermyn Street); The House of the Spirits (Cervantes) and La Expulsion (Mexico).
Film and video game credits include: Rambo: Last Blood; The Last Bite; Las Reglas de la Ruina and As Dusk Falls (XBox).
Beatrice / Maria
Theatre credits include: Beauty and the Beast (Rose); Gin Craze! (Royal & Derngate); Henry V; A Christmas Carol; Thy Eternal Summer; Love’s Labour’s Lost; Robin Hood; Julius Caesar (Guildford Shakespeare Company); Tudor Palace Palaver (History Riot/ORNC); The Odyssey (Jermyn Street); The Snow Queen (Park); Honour (Royal Court/Angry Bear Scratches); Collapsing Creation (Kakariki Theatre Company); Half a Horse; Unearthed; The Gift; Larksong [Hoard Festival] (New Vic); Hamlet (Iris); First Encounters: Comedy of Errors (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Gingerbread Man (Derby and UK tour); Alice in Wonderland (Derby); Dead Reckoning [Five Plays] (Young Vic); Snow Child (Tutti Frutti International Tour); The Revenger’s Tragedy, The Tragedy of Mariam, Electra and Hecuba (Lazarus Theatre Company); Not With A Whimper (Arcola); Duvet Day (Theatre Delicatessen); Price Tag; Emil and the Detectives (UK Tour); Stronger Than Me... and A Puppet in the Works (BAC).
Television and film credits include: Half a Horse; Unearthed; In Defence of the Monster [Hoard: Rediscovered] (New Vic); Romeo & Juliet (Guildford Shakespeare Company); Devotion (TW Productions); Triangles (Satusfaction Films); Blood In (Booruffle Pictures) and Lovely Monster (Claw Films).
Adam trained at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.
Theatre credits include: Robin Hood, A Christmas Carol, Sleeping Beauty, The Snow Queen, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Twelfth Night, Jack and the Beanstalk, Cinderella, Dick Whittington, Mother Goose, Aladdin, The Sound of Fury (For Liverpool Everyman/Playhouse); Ferry 'Cross the Mersey (For Liverpool Everyman/Playhouse also London); The Two Gentlemen of Verona (For Liverpool Everyman/Playhouse on tour with The Globe); A Midsummer Nights Dream, Merry Wives of Windsor, Wind in the Willows, Julius Caeser, Romeo and Juliet (Chester Storyhouse/Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre); Eight Miles High, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Bolton Octagon); Celtic - the Musical (Glasgow Pavilion); The Crocodile (Tidal Town, Liverpool); Jack to a King, Forbidden Planet, Sweet Charity (Oldham Coliseum); Lennon, Brick up the Mersey Tunnels, You'll Never Walk Alone (Royal Court Liverpool); Midsummer Songs (Wolsey, Ipswich); The Buddy Holly Story (London and Toronto); The Three Musketeers (St. Luke’s "Bombed Out" Church, Liverpool).
Television credits include: Emmerdale, Crimewatch, The Queens Nose.
Nigel trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
Previous Watermill credits include: The Secret Adversary
Theatre includes: The Wizard of Oz (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); Partners in Crime (Queen’s; Hornchurch); Footloose the Musical (UK Tour); Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal; Bury St. Edmunds); Much Ado About Nothing (Hague International Shakespeare Festival); Sex and Docks and Rock ‘n’ Roll (Red Ladder); The Comedy of Errors (Stafford Shakespeare Festival); Second from Last in the Sack Race (Esk Valley); A Christmas Carol (King’s Head); Play Up! Play Up! (I love West Leeds Festival); Thomas Saves the Day (Hammersmith Apollo/UK and Asia tour); The Taming of the Shrew, Macbeth, The Merry Wives of Windsor and The Importance of Being Earnest (Oxford Shakespeare Company).
Television credits include: It’s A Sin; The Crown; EastEnders; WPC 56; Doctors; The Bill; Steel River Blues; Murder Investigation Team; Dream Team and Footballers Wives.
Film credits include: Kingsman 3
Daniella Agredo Piper
Training: Performance Preparation Academy
Other Watermill credits include: Donna and Police Officer in Electrolyte
Theatre credits include: Julia in La Gringa (Footprints Festival, St Jermyn Street); Red in Red Riding Hood (Hounslow Arts Centre); Pentheus in The Bacchae (Bread and Roses); Denise in Wild Weekend (Vienna English Theatre); Natalie in Momentary Insight (Camden Fringe); Jenny/Kate in Gertie (Workshop); Mary in The Secret Garden (Barn); Amorette in BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (Queens, Hornchurch); Princess Pearl in Sinbad (Ipswich); Classified Revival (Hounslow Arts Centre), Hunchback of Notre Dame (London Theatre Workshop); Sleeping Beauty in Sleeping Beauty (Gordon Craig); Snow White in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Ferneham Hall) and Princess Jasmine in Aladdin (Polkadot).
TV credits include: Sofia in Bounty Hunters (Tiger Aspect).
Other credits include: Fiona-Jane and West End Friends (Battersea Barge); Hispanic voiceover artist in Hitman 2; Teacher in Back To School (Online Commercial) and Isabella in Jetstream 3 (Corporate Film).
On Stage Musical Director
Antonio graduated from the Conservatoire of Music in Seville with a BMus (Hons) specialising in classical piano. Since then, he has worked extensively as a concert pianist, composer, accompanist and musical director around Spain, before moving to London in 2019.
Theatre and performance credits include: Mamma Mia! The Musical and Chicago (Sala Joaquin Turina; Seville); LatinArab International Film Festival (Three Cultures of the Mediterranean); Oh Cuba! Federico Garcia Lorca (Teatro del Generalife; Granada); Beauty and the Beast: The Musical (Asociacion de Teatro La Ribera; Seville); Nosferatu and Got Talent Spain (Season 4).