Vicky Graham Productions in association with HighTide, Harlow Playhouse and Something for the Weekend present Thor and Loki by Harry Blake
"When what was meant for everyone is guarded by a few, it's time to make way for something new"
Our heroes Thor and Loki have destinies – destines that just don’t fit. The Gods are counting on Thor to win the war against the Giants, but he hates violence, is useless with a hammer and prefers writing poetry. Hideous half-Giant Loki is destined to destroy the Nine Worlds, but she’s never hurt a fly. As war rages and The End Of The World approaches, an unlikely friendship is born. Can Thor and Loki find the strength to be themselves and save the world? Expect epic battles, mighty ballads and a chorus of tap-dancing trolls in this big-hearted comedy about friends, heroes and making a stand. Freely adapted from Norse mythology, Thor and Loki is a fierce and fabulous new musical for every misfit who wants to change the world a little bit. Created with HOUSE OF BLAKEWELL (We Can Make You Happy) and directed by HighTide Associate Artist Eleanor Rhode (Boudica, Shakespeare's Globe and new musical Teddy). Running time: 1h 15m  Recommended age: 12+ Website: thorandlokithemusical.com  
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Cast & Creatives

  • Bob Harms
  • Julie Jupp
  • Boadicea Ricketts
  • Harry Blake Writer and Performer
  • Alice Keedwell Co-Creator (House of Blakewell) and Performer
  • Harry Blake Writer and Performer
  • Alice Keedwell Co-Creator (House of Blakewell) and Performer
  • Amy Jane Cook Designer
  • Harrison White Musical Director
  • David Gregory Sound Designer
    David Gregory has sound designed many productions across the West End, UK and Internationally. He won the TTA Award for Sound in 2015. He is an associate sound designer at The Watermill Theatre in Newbury. David's most recent and upcoming credits include: King John (RSC); A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Macbeth (Watermill Theatre and UK Tour); Pope (Royal and Derngate); Blue Door (Theatre Royal Bath); Cat In The Hat (Curve & UK Tour); Fantasia (Vaults)Thor & Loki (Assembly Roxy); Tartuffe (Theatre Royal Haymarket); Twelfth Night (Wilton's Music Hall); The Selfish Giant (Vaudeville/Northampton); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Watermill); George's Marvellous Medicine (Curve & UK Tour); The Borrowers (Watermill); Boudica (Shakespeare's Globe); Bombay Roxy (Dishoom); Cunning Vixen (ENO & Silent Opera); Gabriel (UK Tour); Twelfth Night and Romeo & Juliet (Watermill & Euro Tour); Grapes of Wrath (UK Tour/Nuffield); Frankenstein (Wilton's Music Hall); These Trees Are Made Of Blood (Arcola)Terrorism (Bush Theatre); Queens of Syria (Young Vic & UK Tour); Alice in Wonderland (Watermill); The First Man (Jermyn Street Theatre); Our Friend The Enemy (UK/NYC); Pocket Merchant (Propeller Theatre Company); When We Were Woman (Orange Tree).
  • Richard Williamson Lighting Designer
  • Jennifer Fletcher Choreographer
  • Cathy Waller Associate Choreographer
  • Ben O'Grady Production Manager
  • Sarah Dickenson Dramaturg