Based on the classic Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film, by special arrangement with Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures, Inc. | Music Pubished by EMI, all rights administered by Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC | (Original Movie Choreography by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen) | Produced by agreement with Maurice Rosenfield, Lois F. Rosenfield and Cindy Pritzker, Inc. | Performed by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) Limited


Stars of the silent screen, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont, are the toast of Tinseltown, their romantic chemistry adored by movie-goers and studio bosses alike – even if, when not in front of the camera, neither is the other’s greatest fan. But the arrival of the revolutionary ‘talkies’ threatens to fatally undermine the duo’s partnership, not least because Lina’s speaking voice can start dogs howling half a mile away. . .

So if Lockwood And Lamont are to remain the public’s idols, they will have to master this new technology. And that means something will have to be done about Lina’s voice!

Believed by many to be the best movie musical ever made, Singin’ In The Rain is still celebrated for its stunning song and dance routines and the magical on-screen relationship between its stars, Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds.

Now adapted for the stage, this exuberant, funny, joyous and warm-hearted musical features all the songs from the classic 1952 MGM film, including Make ‘Em Laugh, Good Mornin’, You Were Meant For Me, You Are My Lucky Star, and of course, the immortal Singin’ In The Rain.

Destined to be yet another unforgettable PFT winter musical, Singin’ In The Rain will send all the family home with a smile on their face, a song in their heart and a twinkle in their toes - whilst wondering just how we did that . . .

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“thrillingly skilful and heartfelt performances, greeted with roars of applause.”

The Scotsman

"Such were the bursts of laughter and the happy smiles on the faces of those in the audience that it seemed that there was almost an argument for tickets for this production to be made available on the NHS."

The Herald Letters Page
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“The production itself would put many a West End or Broadway show to shame . . .   We were in New York in October and saw two shows, Chicago and Kinky Boots - this was better (to a significant degree) than both. The entire team at the theatre, the cast and the backstage crew should be aware they are literally outperforming some seriously heavy competition. Bravo!”  

The Cottons

“Best ever show - congratulations to all concerned. Everyone 100% star quality and I should know - we’ve been to lots of West End productions."

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"“What a fantastic show - glad I am going twice!"

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“Saw it yesterday, wonderful show! The Cast were fabulous… the music was glorious and the staging was excellent especially the rain scene. Would love to see it all again.” 

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"...a joyful crispness that reconfirms PFT's position as Scotland's leading producer of stage musicals.”

The Telegraph

“…vibrant, colourful and with a standard of music, dance and technical expertise that would grace any West End stage.”

The Courier
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“The recreation of the film's iconic title number… goes down a storm… something that seems to have burst through the big screen that made it so familiar.”

The Herald
Cast

Mari McGinlay

Kathy Seldon

Jordan Harrington

2nd Stagehand / Production Tenor / Band Leader

Grant Neal

Don Lockwood

Helen Mallon

Lina Lamont

George Rae

Cosmo Brown

Carl Patrick

Roscoe Dexter

David Delve

R.F. Simpson

Tom Lloyd

Charlie Chaplin / Rod / Sid Phillips

Robin Harvey Edwards

Sugar Daddy / Diction Teacher

Sarah Day

Mary Margaret / Lady-in-Waiting

Kimberly Powell

Olga Mara / Miss Dinsmore

George Bray

J. Cumberland Spendrill III / Flick

Aaron Ashley Parker

Photographer / Flack / 1st Assistant Director

Chloé Porter

Zelda Zanders

Holly Rostron

Dora Bailey / Wardrobe Mistress

  • Creative Team

    Director John Durnin

    Set & Costume Designer Adrian Rees

    Lighting Designer Matt Eagland

    Choreographer Chris Stuart-Wilson

    Fight Director Raymond Short

    Dialect Coach Lynn Bains

    Film & Graphic Designer Trish O'Grady

    Stage Manager Kate Schofield

    Deputy Stage Manager Marianne Forde

    Assistant Stage Manager Heather Saunderson

  • Musicians

    Keyboard 2 Gordon Murch

    Drums / Percussion Louis Abbott

    Bass Mario Caribe

    Drums / Percussion Pete Murch

    Reed 1 Philip Alexander

    Trombone Ronnie MacNiven

    Trumpet Eoin Tonner

    Reed 2 Andrew Mann

    Musical Director / Keyboard 1 Dougie Flower

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