Audiences will be transported into the world of an all-female prison as Stevenage Lytton Players stage Bad Girls: The Musical.

Based on the popular British TV series, Bad Girls: The Musical is a tale of survival, friendship and female empowerment.

The story follows the lives of the inmates of Larkhall Prison, where rivalries, secrets and unexpected alliances unfold.

Directed by Ross Edwards and starring a talented ensemble cast, the performance features powerful musical numbers - and the show's production team worked tirelessly to bring the gritty reality of prison life to the stage.

Ross said: "We are thrilled to bring 'Bad Girls the Musical' to the stage with the Stevenage Lytton Players.

"This production promises to be a compelling and moving portrayal of the lives of these complex and resilient women.

"We've put our hearts and souls into this show, and we can't wait to share it with audiences."

A spokesperson for the theatre group added: "Don't miss the opportunity to experience Bad Girls: The Musical and witness the raw power and talent of the Stevenage Lytton Players."

The show runs from Wednesday, May 24 to Saturday, May 27, with evening performances at 7.45pm and a matinée at 2.30pm on the Saturday.

Performances will take place at the Lytton Theatre in Vardon Road, Stevenage, in a 'cosy and intimate' setting.

Tickets cost £12, or £10 for concessions, and can be bought online at or by calling the box office on 01438 357407.


Stevenage Lytton Players is an amateur theatre group with a rich history spanning more than 70 years.

The group is known for productions ranging from classic dramas to contemporary comedies and musicals.

Comprising a dedicated team of actors, directors, producers and volunteers, the Stevenage Lytton Players aim to bring quality theatre to the local community.

The original TV series of Bad Girls was broadcast on ITV from 1999 to 2006. The musical adaptation was written by the show's screenwriters Maureen Chadwick and Ann McManus, with music and lyrics by Kath Gotts.

The West End production was first staged in 2007, and has since had two professional revivals.