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    "The young cast bubbles over with enthusiasm. Although the performances aren’t consistently polished, they are vigorous."
    The Evening Standard
    "I found myself gazing longingly at the exit sign, desperate to escape this derivative pop-culture pap."
    The Daily Telegraph

Loserville Tickets

Loserville is created by Elliot Davis and James Bourne and is inspired by the Son of Dork album ‘Welcome to Loserville’. Son of Dork and Busted star Bourne originally created the musical along with Davis for Youth Music Theatre UK in 2009. The production then opened at West Yorkshire Playhouse in summer 2012 and now transfers to the Garrick Theatre.

Set in the town of Loserville in 1971, we meet Michael Dork, a senior in his final year of High School who is keen to change the world one computer programme at a time. He works at Arch Industries, a company owned by the father of school jock and general all-round douchebag Eddie Arch. Michael is in the midst of developing a method to allow computers to communicate with each other, aided by best friend and wannabe Sci-Fi novelist Lucas. Holly, the new girl in town and aspiring astronaut, joins the boys in their academic venture, soon sparking a rivalry between the pair for Holly’s affections. Meanwhile Eddie’s dreams of living the easy life at his dad’s company are shattered. He vows to use any means possible to get what he wants - even if that means blackmail, double-crossing and fraud.

Christopher Hardman, otherwise known as Lil’ Chris, plays Francis in the production. Lil’ Chris first shot to fame appearing in series two of Channel 4’s Rock School, which later led to him being chosen as the frontman for the band Hoax UK. The cast also features Eliza Hope Bennett as Holly, who first wowed West End audiences at the age of nine playing Jemima Potts in the London Palladium’s production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Performance dates: 01 Oct 2012 - 02 Mar 2013

Running time: 2 hours 15 minutes

Special notice: The young cast and electric soundtrack will appeal to all ages, especially those who are a fan of the teen pop-rock and Glee and High School Musical.

Sorry this show closed 02 March 2013.

Best Seats

SeatPlan Recommends: The Stalls have notoriously bad sightlines in seats behind pillars, but the Dress Circle offers great views.

Latest Audience Reviews

hayleyculverhouse Top 100 reviewer10 Apr 2017
laurenmaytheatre Top 50 reviewer21 Mar 2017

Eddie was finnee

woodkendi 03 Oct 2016
laurenmaytheatre Top 50 reviewer31 Aug 2016

Show was not bad, wasn't a huge fan of the songs

ramani1 26 Apr 2016
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