Former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt will make a celebrity guest appearance in the comedy musical Friendsical for its three-day run at Huddersfield’s Lawrence Batley Theatre from Friday September 23 to Sunday September 25.

Kimberly will be joining the cast in Huddersfield and performing in musical number ‘Richard’s Moustache’ while making special cameo appearances throughout.

Finding fame as a member of The Pussycat Dolls, Kimberly has delighted British audiences on screen as a judge for the Sky 1 series Got to Dance and won the 2015 series of Celebrity MasterChef.

Kimberly said: “I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be a special guest for Friendsical. Friends is an iconic and timeless show which I now have the pleasure to be a part of! I’ve watched the show for many years – who hasn’t – so this is a great joy for me.”

Friendsical is an original, unique parody musical inspired by the hugely popular and beloved US TV show Friends.

Ross, Rachel, Joey, Monica, Chandler and Phoebe have been with us for nearly 30 years. They are still there for us, and this time a stage show musical parody crams all 10 seasons and 236 episodes into 60 minutes of nostalgic fun.

Join all six friends as they sit around the iconic brown couch in Central Park and take a trip down memory lane, with all the very best inside jokes, unforgettable scenes and storylines included.

When Ross’s wife leaves him for another woman, he fears he will never find love again. But when Rachel runs back into his life… could he end up with his one true love?

Featuring original songs such as ‘(He’s her) Lobster!’, ‘Richard’s Moustache’ and ‘You’re Over Me? When Were You Under Me?’, the gang take on naked Thursdays, a power cut and a dinosaur convention.

Friendsical is written and directed by Miranda Larson and produced by Brooke Mauchline Productions Ltd in association with Assembly Festival. This is a loving parody not to be confused with the Warner Bros Entertainment Inc. series Friends.

Find out more at

Lawrence Batley Theatre, Fri, Sat & Sun September 23, 24 and 25, 7.30pm. Tickets are £10-£26 and can be booked via their website by clicking HERE