Southern Light Opera

Ticket Prices




Dress Circle and Stalls £18

Upper Circle £15/£14


All other performances


Dress Circle and Stalls £19

Upper Circle £16/£15


Please Note:

Tickets booked via the Southern Light Box office are available at a reduced price ( £1 off per ticket). Tickets booked via the Theatre will include a £1 per ticket contribution to the Theatres Development Fund




Friends of the Theatre 10% discount on Wed and Thurs (max 2)

Group discount - Buy 10 tickets get an 11th free


Youth groups -Discount tickets available from Southern Light Box Office only


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Titanic Cast


(In order of appearance)


Thomas Andrews – Keith Kilgore
Frederick Barrett – Craig Young
Harold Bride – John Bruce
Frederick Fleet – Darren Johnson
Wallace Hartley – Chris MacFarlane
Bellboy – Cameron Kilgore
Stevedore – Aiden Cross
J. Bruce Ismay – Charles Leeson-Payne
Captain E.J. Smith – David McBain
Herbert J. Pitman – Mark Hewitt
Kate McGowan – Nicole Graham
Kate Mullins – Holly Carter
Kate Murphey – Tanya Williamson
Edgar Beane – Stephen Boyd
Alice Beane – Judith Walker
William Murdoch – Scott Walker
Charles Lightoller – Andrew Williamson
Caroline Neville – Anna Chidgey
Charles Clarke – Matt MacDonagh
Henry Etches – Gary Gray
Jim Farrell – Padraic Hamrogue
Ida Straus – Dorothy Johnstone
Isidor Straus – David Mitchinson
John Jacob Astor – Johh Whelan
Madeleine Astor – Nicola Dryburgh
Mme Aubert – Magda Chojnacka
Marion Thayer – Mhairi Summers
Eleanor Widener – Averyl Nash
Charlotte Cordoza – Lorna Frier
Edith Corse Evans – Margo Dunn
Andrew Latimer – Fred Pender


Further casting to be announced later.














February 2017

Evenings - 7.30pm Sat Matinee - 2.30pm


Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston
Book Peter Stone





"In every age mankind attempt to fabricate great works at once mangnificent and impossible....."


In April 1912 over two thousand people set sail from Southampton aboard the largest moving object in the world, the RMS TITANIC, headed for New York City.

Just days into the maiden voyage Titanic collied with an iceberg and the "unsinkable" ship slowly sank with the loss of 1517 men, women and children.

The sinking was to become one of the most famous and tragic disasters of the 20th century.


Maury Yeston and Peter Stone's masterpiece musical TITANIC focuseson dreams and aspirations of actual people aboard the "ship of dreams"


TITANIC won five Tony Awards on Broadway in 1997 and enjoyed a hugely successful revival in London in 2016


Southern light, the company that brought you Oliver! and The Wizard of OZ to the King's in recent year to great acclaim will

take you on an unforgettable emotional journey in 217. Sail on.......


Tickets are now available from Cast Members


By Post - Please send details with a stamped addressed envelope and cheque payable to Southern Light Opera to


Gordon Greig 199 The Murrays, Edinburgh, EH17 8UN


Southern Light Box Office - 0131 664 0168


Email -


Theatre Box Office -0131 529 6000