Edinburgh Fringe

About Jump
In a world obsessed with celebrity, money and 'living the dream' our hapless hero, Danny Lamb, gets one last chance to learn what really matters in life - but will he take it?

It's a Wonderful Life meets Woody Allen in this funny, sharp and innovative musical that uses a cast of highly talented actor-musicians to speak to anyone who has ever loved, lost; and hoped to love again.

'**** Terrific!' (Ham & High)

Jump is a brand new musical by a team with an extraordinary Fringe pedigree who know how to get it right.

'Funny and touching - a rollicking delight!' (Extra! Extra!)

Director Patrick Wilde has been bringing shows to Edinburgh since the cult success Sell Out! In 1987. His plays What's Wrong With Angry? and You Couldn't Make It Up got rave reviews and sold out, as did the hilarious Boys Of The Empire.
  He also collaborated successfully with Musical Director Desmond O'Connor on his controversial musical Failed States which won two Musical Theatre Matters Awards in 2007.

Last year Patrick and Desmond joined forces again and, together with Oliver Jack (the youngest producer on the Fringe in both 2006 and 2007), brought Radio One's Scott Mills The Musical to sell out crowds at The Pleasance.

'Kelly Kingham and Toby Herschmann have written a very witty show' (Musical Stages)

This team now brings this funny yet poignant musical about love, regret and redemption to Edinburgh.

Cast to be announced mid-June.

Edinburgh Fringe