Sister Act


Fresh from taking Broadway and the West End by storm, the hit musical Sister Act is based on the movie starring Whoopi Goldberg and described by critics as a ‘heavenly joyful… feel-amazing musical’. With original music by eight-time Oscar winner Alan Menken (composer of ‘Beauty & the Beast’, ‘Little Mermaid’, and ‘Little Shop of Horrors’) Sister Act is a hilarious and heartwarming tribute to the universal power of friendship.

When wise-cracking disco diva Deloris Van Cartier witnesses a murder the cops hide her in the last place anyone will look – a convent! Disguised as a nun she takes the failing church choir under her wing and turns the crazy bunch of ‘no-hoper nuns’ into a worldwide musical sensation. Will Deloris be ejected by the disapproving Mother Superior… will she be tracked down by her mobster boyfriend… will the funky nuns get to strut their stuff for the pope?!

Sister Act is a fabulous, family-friendly, feel-good show packed with songs guaranteed to raise the roof. So do yourself a favour and join the ecstatic throng at this lavish new production by award-winning Hessle Theatre Company. Sister Act is a ‘habit-forming, musical triumph!’.


Deloris Michelle Metcalfe
Mother Superior Shirley Watts
Michelle Naomi Jessney
Tina Aisha Clasen
Sister Mary Robert Rachel Waters
Sister Mary Patrick Emma Rokahr
Sister Mary Lazarus Elaine Windass
Sister Mary Martin Katherine Fitzgerald
Sister Mary Theresa Gill Cowper
Curtis Neal Edlin
Eddie Russell Fallon
Monsignor John Ainsley
Pablo James Galer
Joey Craig Elder
TJ Luke Gillingham

Deloris’ Choir (Female Ensemble)
Nicola Bryant, Linda Burgess, Liz Carmichael, Aisha Clasen, Bekki Grange,
Jan Pryboda, Rachel Waters, Elaine Windass
Gill Cowper, Sally Hague, Emily Hardy, Joanne Holmes, Kelly Lightfoot,
Emma Rokahr, Kate Wade, Isabel Walker
Rachel Codd, Abbi Elder, Katherine Fitzgerald, Gill Rack, Yasmin Roe, Kellie Taylor

Male Ensemble (Movement)
Christian Brodie, Richard Foot, Kevin Hickson, Chris Holmes, Mark Jardine,
Jack Simmonds

Additional Male Ensemble
Peter Abraham, David Fry, Ian Oxley, Simon Riley, Robin Siddle, Colin Thompson