THE West End is coming to Palma this Easter with Beyond the Barricade, the UK's leading musical theatre concert performing the best of the West End and Broadway musicals at the Auditorium on April 2.
The show stars four former principal performers from the legendary hit musical Les Miserables in the West End and on tour.
Appearing on stage with their new show for 2005, which features songs from The Lion King, Chicago, Mamma Mia, Tell Me On A Sunday, Miss Saigon, the Blood Brothers and Phantom Of The Opera, which has recently been released as a blockbuster film, will be David Fawcett, Andy Reiss, Gina Price and Jamie Farr.
Jamie was in fact one of the favourites to star in Webber's latest musical The Woman In White.
Fawcett and Reiss devised the show after appearing in the Manchester and London productions of Les Miserables and the show has been touring the UK and overseas for the past six years.
This is the first time Fawcett has brought the show to Palma and should this Easter's one-night and one-night only performance prove a success, he intends to return for a longer run.
Fawcett says that the show is fast, colourful and exciting. It's received rave reviews across the country and is a sell out at most of our venues. We perform the greatest songs in theatre live and the show climaxes, obviously, with a selection of songs from Les Miserables. We are really looking forward to the show in Palma. Tickets are on sale at the Auditorium box office.
WIN TICKETS TO THE SHOW AND CD'S
THE Bulletin is giving away three pairs of tickets for next Saturday's West End show at the Auditorium and five compact discs of Beyond the Barricade performing a host of West End and Broadway hits live.
All you have to do is answer this simple question:
Which of Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musicals has been transformed into a blockbuster film?
Please send your answers by fax (971 788413) or e-mail (editorialUmajorcadailybulletin.es)
All entries for the competition must be received by mid-day on Wednesday and the winners will be announced in Thursday's Bulletin.
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