Hits of iconic performer Judy Garland to be performed in Bromley

PUBLISHED: 15:06 14 December 2015 | UPDATED: 15:06 14 December 2015

Lisa Maxwell

Lisa Maxwell


Hits in the show include Come Rain Or Shine and Somewhere Over The Rainbow.

HIT West End and Broadway show End Of The Rainbow will be performed in Bromley.

The show will be running at the Churchill Theatre from March 8 to 12 2016.

Set in 1968, the production tells the story of Judy Garland, a once-glittering star who has come to London to make an explosive comeback.

However, off stage she faces a number of difficulties. Holed up in her hotel room, she battles with her young new fiance, her devoted accompanist and her destructive addictions.

Will she be able to conquer her demons and reclaim her crown as a musical icon?

The show features some of the performers best-known songs including The Man That Got Away, Come Rain Or Come Shine, The Trolley Song and, of course, Somewhere Over The Rainbow.

Lisa Maxwell will be taking on the role of Judy Garland.

Ms Maxwell is best known for her role as Samantha Nixon in ITV drama The Bill and as a panellist on ITV’s Loose Women.

Her other TV credits include EastEnders and the Russ Abbot Show.

She will be joined on stage by Gary Wilmot, whose numerous theatre credits include Me and My Girl, Oklahoma!, Chicago and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

He will be taking on the role of Anthony. Sam Attwater will play Ricky. Mr Attwater made his acting debut in 2009, playing the role of Ricky in Channel 4 show Hollyoaks, and later starred as Leon Small in BBC soap EastEnders.

He also won the sixth series of ITV talent show Dancing On Ice in 2011.

End of the Rainbow is directed by Daniel Buckroyd and it is designed by David Shields.

Performances will be taking place at both 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

For more information about the production or to book tickets to the show you can visit


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