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Nice to see you, to see you nice. An evening in the company of this well loved entertainer.
'Tis the season to be merry' Beat the winter blues with the special Christmas version of the hit show.
Collabro are an English musical theatre boy band who took the Britain's Got Talent judges' and viewers' breath away with their renditions of classic tracks. Michael Auger, Richard Hadfield, Jamie Lambert, Thomas Leak and Matthew Pagan only formed a month prior to their audition for Britain's Got Talent and came together over their shared love of musical theatre.
In February, their lives changed forever when they performed ?Stars' from Les Mis?rables and received a unanimous standing ovation from the judges and audience at their first audition in London. Collabro progressed to the final of Britain's Got Talent and were cast the winners in front of 11 million viewers.
Singer, songwriter and saxophonist and guitarist. Moving away from the pop sounds of the early 90's, Curtis has recreated his music with strong influences from Van Morrison, Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.
Audacious theatre artist and puppeteer Basil Twist collaborates with master musician Yumiko Tanaka on a spectacular visual journey inspired by dogugaeshi - the Japanese art of creating beautiful illusions through perspective. As more than 100 handpainted gilt and paper panels unfold, revolve and slide, images from both ancient and contemporary Japan are revealed. Bamboo thickets, soaring bridges and dense cityscapes materialise while wide-eyed foxes with drooping moustaches dance mid-air. Dogugaeshi layers brilliant puppetry with video projection and electronic sound to give this rarely seen, ancient craft a contemporary spin. In keeping with Japanese puppetry performances, the musical accompaniment is played live on a three-stringed shamisen.
Running time: 1hr with no interal. Age guidance 10+
London International Mime Festival (LIMF)
International sensation LET IT BE is returning to London’s Garrick Theatre! Seen by over 1 million people worldwide, LET IT BE is jam-packed with over forty of The Beatles’ greatest hits.
Relive The Beatles’ meteoric rise from their humble beginnings in Liverpool’s Cavern Club, through the heights of Beatlemania, to their later studio masterpieces, with live performances of early tracks including “Twist and Shout”, “She Loves You” and “Drive My Car”, as well as global mega-hits “Yesterday”, “Hey Jude”, “Come Together “and, of course, “Let It Be”. Travel back to the magical sixties when all you needed was love, and a little help from your friends!
“The Beatles show you never got to see” - Paul Phear, Smooth Radio
“A non-stop parade of hits” - Daily Telegraph
Emmy & BAFTA award winning composer and saxophonist John Altman and BBC's The Voice finalist Toni Warne
Scottish pop icon and TV personality.
Her first live dates in ten years. The Shout singer, whose last UK tour was in 2004, will be embarking on an 18-date stint in support of her brand new album. The as yet untitled record is set to showcase a return to her soulful roots.
Matt Goss became a global pop sensation as lead singer with the band Bros enjoying chart success with hits like When Will I Be Famous, Drop The Boy, Cat Among the Pigeons and I Owe You Nothing.
A five-piece British-Irish doo-wop boy band from London, formed in 2010.
Acclaimed as one of the greatest modern British front-women.
Sharleen Spiteri, from Glasgow, is famous for fronting the millionselling UK pop rock band called Texas. Three multi-platinum albums, 13 top ten hits. After one solo record she is about to launch a second one. This time she's thinking not just music but movies! Picture it - a whole record of her favourite movie songs recorded in Holywood. It is called Sharleen Spiteri - The Movie Songbook.
Frank Sinatra, recipient of 11 Grammy Awards and one of the biggest-selling artists of all time with sales of 150 million records worldwide, has an unprecedented three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for his work in film, TV and music. He first topped the bill at the London Palladium in 1950, supported by the famous sand dance variety act, Wilson, Keppel and Betty, and comedian Max Wall. He returned to the Palladium in 1975 for 10 shows supported by jazz legend Sarah Vaughan and Count Basie. Now his music and hit songs will once more fill the London Palladium as entertainers will come together in Sinatra 100 to say thanks for the memories.
Plus rotating special guests.