Peter Polycarpou (Man of La Mancha, London Coliseum; City of Angels; Donmar Warehouse;
Birds of a Feather) and Sally Ann Triplett’s (Finding Neverland, Broadway; Viva Forever,
Piccadilly Theatre; EastEnders) Falling Stars will be going digital this winter. Following the
impending cancellation of live performances, the company quickly came together to create a
filmed adaptation, providing audiences with an unmissable opportunity to experience the 1920s
revelry from their own home during lockdown. With theatres forced to close their doors, Ginger
Quiff are aiming to make the theatrical experience accessible for all.
Falling Stars is the charming story of a lost songbook; hidden away in an antique shop on the
East Finchley High Road, its discovery unlocks the beautiful refrains of a bygone era. Conceived
and written by Polycarpou, the song cycle is an homage to the composers, collaborators, and
publishers of the 1920s, who created some of the greatest music of all time.
This musical revue captures the spirit of the age as Polycarpou and Triplett serenade audiences
with the music of Charlie Chaplin, Irving Berlin, Buddy De-Silva, Ray Henderson, Vincent
Youmans, Carl Schraubstader, Arthur Freed, and Meredith Wilson.