An Evening of Movies and Musicals at Christmas

An Evening of Movies and Musicals has become a sensation since it debuted in early 2012 with a sell out concert at St David’s Hall in Cardiff. Featuring the music of John Williams, Hans Zimmer, James Horner and many more, the show has sold out every date thus far and received glowing acclaim from press and public alike. The likes of Ruthie Henshall, Peter Karrie and Nathan James have all appeared along with a 100 piece orchestra for Cardiff and Edinburgh and with the Irish Philharmonic Orchestra for Dublin. In London our orchestra shall be the LGSO who’s great reputation and professionalism shall engross the audience with smash hit film scores such as Superman, Star Wars and E.T to name a few, under the baton of founding conductor/Producer, Welsh Maestro Matthew J Hampson.

The Edinburgh Evening News described it as “sensational, engrossing, engaging and affecting…the ensemble received a well-deserved standing ovation”.

West End legend John Owen-Jones and current star of Wicked Louise Dearman will be joined by the West End Gospel Choir and Welsh musical theatre actress Sarah Lark (Mamma Mia, Les Mis, Witches of Eastwick), guiding the audience through hits from the best-loved musicals. This show will be the ideal way to begin Christmas celebrations, with a specially themed section for the festive period.

The show will be the ideal way to begin Christmas celebrations, with a specially themed section for the festive period.

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Phantom Of The Opera – Now booking until October 2012

CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF ‘THE BRILLIANT ORIGINAL’ NOW BOOKING UNTIL OCTOBER 2012

Fresh from celebrating its 25th Anniversary with three sell-out performances at the Royal Albert Hall, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA continues to captivate audiences at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End, after more than 10,000 performances.

Now booking until October 2012, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s mesmerizing score along with jaw dropping scenery and breathtaking special effects, magically combine to bring this tragic love story to life each night.

John Owen Jones will leave the London Phantom company on Saturday 10 December 2011. Earl Carpenter will take over on Monday 12 December through until 17 Saturday March 2012.

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