Atomicus Entertainment is thrilled to produce first show at the Union Theatre’s brand new, state-of-the-art home: the triumphant return of Michael Strassen’s critically acclaimed production of THE FIX.

When the most popular presidential candidate dies between his mistress‘s thighs his status-starved widow, Violet, decides that if she can’t be the wife of the president, she’ll be his mother!

Thrusting her lacklustre son Cal into the spotlight, Violet is determined to create the perfect politician at any cost in this brutally comedic tale of lust, greed and scandal. With a rock-fuelled score, laced with scandalous lyrics, the team behind The Witches of Eastwick deliver a dark and spellbinding ride through the American political machine.


Cal Chandler
Fra Fee

Violet Chandler
Lucy Williamson

Grahame Chandler
Ken Christiansen

Tina Mccoy
Madalena Alberto

Reed Chandler/Anthony Gliardi
Peter Saul Blewden

Sam Barrett

Frankie Diamanti/Ensemble
Daryl Armstrong

Bobby “Cracker” Barrel/Ensemble
Alastair Hill

Rhys Benjamin

Deborah Pullman/Ensemble
Kate Parr

Sarah-Marie Maxwell

Francesca Leyland

Laura Bryars


Book & Lyrics John Dempsey

Music Dana P. Rowe

Director/Choreographer Michael Strassen

Musical Director Josh Sood

Associate Director Paul Callen

Costume Designer Jean Gray

Lighting Designer Iain Dennis

Associate Choreographer Iona Holland

Production Photographer Darren Bell

Producer Alexander Parker for Atomicus Entertainment


‘A terrific Lucy Williamson... an excellent Fra Fee... The talent here is top notch’

Mail On Sunday

‘striking and intelligent staging’

‘a bold, dynamic production’

'Lucy Williamson is stunning...Her 11 o'clock number 'Spin'... is as exhilarating as it is chilling, and is one of the most exciting musical moments on any current London stage'


‘a dream of a show'

Break A Leg

‘The production is a qualified success’

‘fearless performances’

The Stage

‘Dazzlingly directed revival superbly performed'

Reviews Gate

‘Fra Fee in a performance that is physically mastered'

Everything Theatre

'Strassen's direction and choreography are a thrilling fusion of sound and vision'

'Ken Christiansen … nails his character's manipulative duplicity. Flawless in both voice and presence'

Jonathan Baz