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Music & Lyrics by Adam Gwon

Directed by Natalia Scorer. Musical Direction by Patrick Stockbridge.

Cast: Katie Brennan. Christopher Keating. Alexander Parker. Katriona Perrett.

18TH – 28TH FEB 2015

"Makes you realise life is beautiful"

West End Wilma



"It's the kind of production you wish could be in permanent residence"

Object Matter


Musical Theatre Review


So So Gay


Official Theatre

From the award winning musical theatre writer Adam Gwon, Ordinary Days opens at the Rosemary Branch Theatre for a limited run of ten performances from Wednesday, 18 February 2015 (Press Night: Thursday, 19 February 2015).

Atomicus Entertainment returns to the Rosemary Branch to deliver this refreshingly honest and funny musical about making real connections in the city that never sleeps (but probably should at some point).

When Deb loses her most precious possession – the notes to her graduate thesis – she unwittingly starts a chain of events that turns the ordinary days of four New Yorkers into something extraordinary. Told through a series of intricately connected songs and vignettes, Ordinary Days is an original musical about growing up and enjoying the view.

Through a score of vibrant and memorable songs, their experiences ring startlingly true to life. Ordinary Days is an original musical  for anyone who's ever struggled to appreciate the simple things in a complex place. With equal doses of humour and poignancy, it celebrates stopping to find beauty iwn the rush of city life.

Rising musical theatre writer Adam Gwon, named one “50 to Watch” by The Dramatist magazine and hailed as a “promising newcomer” by The New York Times. His musicals include The Boy Detective Fails, Cloudlands, Bernice Bobs Her Hair and String which have been produced at Roundabout Theatre Company, Signature Theatre, South Coast Repertory and London’s West End. Adam has won the Kleban Award, the Fred Ebb Award, the Frederick Loewe Award, the Second Stage Theatre Donna Perret Rosen Award, the Weston Playhouse New Musical Award, the ASCAP Harold Adamson Award and the MAC John Wallowitch Award, as well as commissions from Roundabout Theatre Company, Playwrights Horizons, Signature Theatre, South Coast Repertory and Broadway Across America.

The press on Ordinary Days

“A quietly affecting show . . . Ordinary Days introduces a promising newcomer to our-talent hungry musical theater. Mr. Gwon writes crisp, fluid and funny lyrics that reflect the racing minds of four New Yorkers on a nervous search for their immediate futures. Ordinary Days . . . captures with stinging clarity that uneasy moment in youth when doubts begin to cloud hopes for a future of unlimited possibility” The New York Times

“Full of idiosyncratic charm  . . . a heartfelt and clever look at life in modern-day New York” Time Out New York (Critic’s Pick)

“Arrestingly poetic . . . a small-scale pleasure. Those who want to spot talented up-and-comers will want to check out Adam Gwon” LA Times (Critic’s Choice)

The press on Atomicus Entertainment

“Atomicus has a bright and exciting future ahead of them.”     BBC West Midlands

“A joy to experience….Equally as inventive as musically interesting.” Musical Theatre Review

“A sensational stroke of genius… The cast are sterling to watch. A triumph” What'sPeenSeen

“Absolutely glorious” LondonTheatre1

our Supporters

Thank you so much to our wonderful supporters for their kind donations to this production:

James Dunn, Sylvia, Emma Pelkiewicz, Mischa, Stephanie Hampton, Dawn Andalinie-Parker, Neil Chappell, Olivia Rachel, Jazz Coll, Natalie Smith, Joanna Pearson, Andy Pelkiewicz, Claudia Pflaum-Richter, Christian and Penny.

You are all incredibly awesome.

The Rosemary Branch Theatre 

2 Shepperton Road, London, N1 3DT

Box Office

020 7704 2730

Book online

Wednesday – Sunday,

18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 February 2014

Wednesday – Saturday evenings at 8pm. Sunday matinees at 5pm.

Tickets – £13, £11 concessions

An amateur production by arrangement with R&H Theatricals Europe