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The Sound of Music has been postponed until a future date, which we will confirm as soon as possible.
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One of the greatest musicals of all time returns to the stage in a magnificent production to enchant and enthral the young and the young at heart.
Based on Baroness Maria von Trapp’s 1949 autobiography, this wonderfully lavish staging of The Sound Of Music tells the true story of the world-famous singing family, from their romantic beginnings and search for happiness, to their thrilling escape to freedom as their beloved Austria becomes part of the Third Reich at the start of WWII.
The unforgettable score features some of the most memorable songs ever performed on stage, including Edelweiss, My Favorite Things, Do-Re-Mi, Climb Ev’ry Mountain, and of course, the title song The Sound of Music.
Starring Andrew Lancel (The Bill, Coronation Street) as Captain von Trapp and Emilie Fleming (BBC’s Over The Rainbow) as Maria.