Former Strictly Come Dancing and Coronation Street star Georgia May Foote to perform at Norwich Theatre Royal in Breakfast At Tiffany’s
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A Coronation Street favourite and Strictly Come Danicng runner-up is set to take on an iconic role as the UK tour of Breakfast At Tiffany's reaches the Norwich Theatre Royal.
Georgia May Foote will portray Holly Golightly as the production, based on Truman Capote's novel, takes to the stage in the city on November 14 until November 19.
The 25-year-old is no stranger to the small screen having played young mum Katy Armstrong in Coronation Street, Gemma in This Is England '86 and Alison Simmons in Grange Hill.
Speaking ahead of her on-stage debut in the production she said: 'I am so excited that for my first theatre role I will be playing such an iconic character. I cannot wait to join the cast of Breakfast at Tiffany's as Holly Golightly.
'It's a wonderful adaptation of an incredible story and I'm really thrilled to be part of it.'
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Set in New York in 1943, Breakfast At Tiffany's tells the story of young writer Fred who meets the charming and vivacious yet elusive Holly. She is highly sought after by everyone including Fred but he just cannot compete with her fellow suitors which include the likes of a playboy millionaire and the future president of Brazil.
• For more information and to buy tickets visit the Norwich Theatre Royal website.
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