THE BODYGUARD, based on the smash hit film which starred Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston, is now playing in London's West End starring 

Former Secret Service agent turned bodyguard, Frank Farmer, is hired to protect superstar Rachel Marron from an unknown stalker. Each expects to be in charge – what they don't expect is to fall in love.

A romantic thriller, THE BODYGUARD features a whole host of irresistible classics, includingQueen of the Night, So Emotional, One Moment in Time, Saving All My Love, I’m Your Baby Tonight, Run to You, I Have Nothing, Jesus Loves Me, I Wanna Dance With Somebody and one of the greatest hit songs of all time - I Will Always Love You.




Heather Headley - Rachel Marron


Training: Heather studied at the Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. 


Theatre credits include: Nala in The Lion King (original Broadway cast); the title role in Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida(original Broadway cast, Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical).


Other credits: Heather has been a duet partner to Andrea Bocelli and has been featured in many of his American and international tours, including his “Live In Tuscany” PBS special, and his “Under The Desert Sky” live concert DVD. She also made cameo appearances in the movies Breakin’ All The Rules and Dirty Dancing Havana Nights. She was the spokesperson for the March of Dimes and led their “I Want My 9 Months” campaign, and also serves on the board of Directors for the Catalyst Charter Schools in Chicago.



LLoyd Owen - Frank Farmer


Training: RADA.


Theatre credits include: Loyalty (Hampstead Theatre); Blood And Gifts (National Theatre); Paul (National Theatre); Clouds(Cambridge Arts Theatre and UK tour); Iphigenia (Sheffield Crucible); The York Realist (Royal Court, West End and English Touring Theatre); Edward II (Sheffield Crucible); Julius Caesar(Young Vic); The Way Of The World (Manchester Royal Exchange);Morphic Resonance (Donmar Warehouse); Closer (Lyric Theatre);Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf (Almeida Theatre and Aldwych);East Lynne (Greenwich Theatre); Grab The Dog (National Theatre Studio); Our Boys (Donmar Warehouse); Henry VI: Part III (RSC);Hamlet (Leicester Haymarket Theatre); Twelfth Night (Cheek by Jowl); Macbeth; The Tempest; Philoctetes; The Parquet Floor(Young Vic); The Passport (Young Vic).


Television credits include: Inside The Box (ABC Pilot);Inseparable (ABC Pilot); Viva Laughlin (BBC for CBS); Calais Rules(BBC Pilot); The Innocence Project (BBC); Ghost Squad (Company Pictures/C4); The Monarch Of The Glen (Ecosse/BBC Scotland);The Vice (Carlton); Coupling (BBC); Dead Gorgeous (Carlton Productions); Wire In The Blood (Coastal Productions); Hearts & Bones (United Broadcasting); Gypsy Girl (Film and General Prods);Get Real (ITV); The Cinder Path (ITV); The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles; The Story Of Frankenstein (YTV); Stay Lucky (YTV);The Chief (Anglia TV); Forever Green (ITV); Boon (Central TV).


Film credits include: Apollo 18 (Dimension Films); Miss Potter(The Weinstein Company); The Republic Of Love (Dan Films); Between Dreams (Irish Film Board/RTE)



Debbie Kurup - Nicki Marron


Theatre credits include: Velma Kelly in Chicago (Cambridge and Adelphi Theatres); KT and Deloris van Cartier in Sister Act(London Palladium); Nancy in Oliver (Cyprus); Sylv in East(Leicester Haymarket); Anita in West Side Story (Cyrpus); Diana in I Love You Because (Landor Theatre); Dee Dee in Tonight’s the Night (Victoria Palace); Mimi in Rent (Prince of Wales and UK tour); Carmen in Fame (UK tour); Pepper in I Sing! (Union Theatre); Julie in Hot Stuff (Leicester Haymarket); Guys and Dolls (Sheffield Crucible); Rosalyn in Stand By Me (UK tour); Diane in Pal Joey(Chichester Festival Theatre); Poison (Tricycle Theatre); Consuela and Anita in West Side Story (Prince of Wales) and Boogie Nights(Savoy Theatre).


Concerts include: Fantine in Les Misérables(Guernsey); Mary inJesus Christ Superstar (Guernsey); Chess in Concert (Royal Albert Hall) and The Night of 1000 Voices 2007 and 2010 (Royal Albert Hall).


Recording credits include: Sister Act (Original Cast); Chess in Concert (Live at the Royal Albert Hall); and Tonight’s the Night(Original Cast).



As there are no discounts available for this show at weekends, and top price tickets are fairly expensive, we have decided to go for the Upper Circle.  This is where we watched Sweeney Todd from and had a good view.

    When: Saturday 22nd June, 7:30pm
    Price: £25, £35 or £45

£25 seats are in rows E and F to the side (only 4 available)

    £35 seats are in rows B, C, D and H to the side and F and G centre (21 available)

    £45 seats are in rows A to the side and A, B and C centre (18 available)

    Where: Adelphi Theatre, 412 - 416 Strand, London, United Kingdom, WC2R 0NE

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If you'd like to see the show, please let me know as soon as possible with your seat preference.  It's first come first served, so please indicate whether you would be willing to accept an alternative priced seat.

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I'll need full payment by Tuesday 19th March to secure your ticket.

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