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The Cast of Tomorrow Morning

Laurence Mark Wythe - Tomorrow Morning (OMPS)

Milan Records - Sony Masterworks
Release Date: September 9, 2022

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1 Opening  
2 Everything Changes  
3 I’ve Met My Match  
4 The Reasons  
5 Every Day  
6 I Remember  
7 It Was Here In This Corner  
8 What It Takes  
9 Wild  
10 After Tonight  
11 I Used To Dream Of You  
12 What Love Did  
13 Look What We Made  
14 Self Portrait  
15 Suddenly  
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Sony Music Masterworks/Milan Records releases the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to ‘Tomorrow Morning’ – listen here. This brand-new star-studded film adaptation of the hit musical, ‘Tomorrow Morning’ takes the timeless and universal themes of life and love as its central premise. Through heartfelt music and drama it tells the love story of a young couple seen in parallel timelines set a decade apart. The couple is played by the immensely popular stage and screen stars, Manx actor Samantha Barks (‘Groove High’, ’Les Misérables,’ ‘Pretty Woman: The Musical,’ ‘Frozen’) and Canadian-Iranian actor, Ramin Karimloo (‘The Phantom of the Opera,’ ‘Les Misérables,’ ‘Holby City’).

Employing dramatic cinematic devices of flashbacks and split screens, the viewer is quickly drawn into the central love story and shares with the couple all its highs and lows, hopes and dreams, disappointments, misunderstandings, conflicts, tenderness and ultimate family bond.  The cast of ‘Tomorrow Morning’ supports vocal leads Samantha Barks  and Ramin Karimloo in a wide variety of vivid and affecting songs, both upbeat and wistful in turn, as the lead characters look back across the span of their personal relationship. 

Cameo roles are played with gusto by the legendary film star, Joan Collins together with leading TV and stage celebrity, Anita Dobson and British-Iranian actor/writer/comedian Omid Djalili alongside Fleur East (‘The X Factor’) as the fun best friend and distinguished Olivier Award-winning actor, Henry Goodman (‘Foyle’s War’, ‘Yes, Prime Minister’, ‘The Merchant of Venice’) as the family solicitor. 

The couple’s love for their young son, played endearingly by child actor, Oliver Clayton, helps draw them back together after having become temporarily disillusioned with their relationship, each other and ultimately themselves.

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