She Loves Me – Menier Chocolate Factory – 25 November 2016 till March 4th 2017

She Loves Me - Menier Chocolate Factory

She Loves Me – Menier Chocolate Factory – 25 November 2016 till March 4th 2017

A wonderful musical set in a Perfumery in Hungary. Meet Amalia and Georg, who work as clerks in Maraczek’s Parfumerie — and aren’t exactly the best of friends. However, they have something in common. They both rapturously write to romantic pen pals. Despite the anonymity of their secret admirers, they live for the love letters that they exchange and the day they will finally meet. This wonderful love story has been the basis for the films The Shop around the Corner and You’ve Got Mail. The musical version – written by the authors of Fiddler on the Roof, Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick– has delighted audiences since its 1963 Broadway premier and features a sparkling score that includes the now-classic songs Ice Cream and A Trip to the Library.

An amazing cast including Scarlet Strallen, Mark Umbers, Les Dennis, Katherine Kingsley, Dominic Tighe make this a wonderful, funny musical with great songs and fun for all the family.  One of comparatively few musicals with accordion in the orchestra which in this production is played by Romano Viazzani.

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Scarlett Strallen
Scarlett Strallen
Mark Umbers
Mark Umbers
Les Dennis
Les Dennis
Katherine Kingsley
Katherine Kingsley
Dominic Tighe
Dominic Tighe








Rachel Bingham

Alastair Brookshaw

Matt Crandon

Les Dennis

Peter Dukes

Cory English

Luke Fetherston

Olivia Fines

Aimee Hodnett

Callum Howells

Katherine Kingsley

Sarah Marie-Maxwell

Vincent Pirillo

Scarlett Strallen

Dominic Tighe

Mark Umbers



Book by

Joe Masteroff


Music by

Jerry Bock


Lyrics by

Sheldon Harnick


Direction by

Matthew White


Choreography by

Rebecca Howell


Design by

Paul Farnsworth


Lighting Design by

Paul Pyant


Sound Design by

Gregory Clarke


Musical Supervision &
Musical Direction by

Catherine Jayes


Orchestrations by

Jason Carr


Based on a play by

Miklós László