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Casting has been announced for the UK tour of the smash hit show Only Fools and Horses The Musical.

Starring Sam Lupton (Wicked, Little Shop of Horrors) as Del Boy and Tom Major, making his professional theatre debut, as Rodney.

Georgina Hagan reprises her role as Raquel, Craig Berry returns to his role as Boycie and Nicola Munns steps back into the high heels of his long-suffering wife Marlene. Nicola also plays the role of Cassandra. They are joined by their original West End co-stars Lee VG as Trigger, Bradley John as Denzil.

Based on John Sullivan’s legendary record-breaking television show, this critically acclaimed home-grown musical spectacular - which played over 1,000 performances at London’s Theatre Royal Haymarket - features cherished material from Britain’s best loved TV series. With a script and original score written by John’s son, Jim Sullivan and comedy giant Paul Whitehouse (who plays Grandad in the Birmingham Hippodrome production), prepare to get reacquainted with Britain’s most lovable rogues and experience the classic comedy brought to life on stage through an ingenious script and 20 hilarious songs. Only Fools and Horses The Musical is directed by the originating West End director Caroline Jay Ranger.

With musical contributions from the iconic Chas & Dave, the beloved theme tune as you’ve never heard it before, and an array of brand-new songs full of character and cockney charm, you’re guaranteed to have a right ol’ knees-up!

Only Fools and Horses The Musical is a feel-good family celebration of traditional working-class London life in 1989 and the aspirations we all share. So don’t delay, get on the blower, and get a ticket for a truly cushty night out - only a 42 carat plonker would miss it!

Only Fools and Horses The Musical comes to Wolverhampton Grand from Monday 21 – Saturday 26 October 2024; Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent from Monday 2 - Saturday 7 December 2024; and Birmingham Hippodrome from Monday 31 March - Saturday 12 April 2025.