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Flying Music - Shows from 2006 - The Magic of the Musicals

“… lyrical and emotive … powerful and thrilling” The Stage

“… excellent … two hours of song that had the audience demanding an encore” Sunderland Echo

“… a cracking night out” Lancashire Evening Post

“… delivered with a powerful punch … a rapturous reception” Lancashire Evening Post

“A magical musical night out” Evening News & Star

After a three year gap THE MAGIC OF THE MUSICALS a glorious celebration of some of the very best songs from the hit West End musicals is back!

THE MAGIC OF THE MUSICALS brings together a selection of the finest and best loved songs from the most successful West End musicals of all time and celebrates the enchanting melodies of some of our best-loved songwriters in one spectacular show

West End superstars Marti Webb, Wayne Sleep and Robert Meadmore pay homage to the musical magic in this hit packed show featuring songs made famous by “Billy Elliott”, “Chicago”, “Blood Brothers”, “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang”, “Guys and Dolls”, “Joseph”, “Mama Mia”, “The King and I”, ”Les Miserables “Lion King”, “Mary Poppins”, “The Phantom of the Opera”, “The Producers” and many more.

MARTI WEBB has established herself as one of Britain’s most popular stars, she has appeared in numerous popular musicals throughout her professional career. Her West End musical appearances include “Evita”, “Stop the World I Want to Get Off”, “The Card”, “Oliver”, “Godspell”, “The Good Companions” and “The Seven Deadly Sins”. Marti also starred in the musical “Tell Me on a Sunday”, which was written especially for her by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black.

WAYNE SLEEP is a veteran of musical theatre having starred in the original productions of Lord Lloyd-Webber's smash hits Cats and Song & Dance and as the Emcee in Gillian Lynne's production of Cabaret in the West End. He has topped the bill in 16 pantomimes and devised and directed many productions and charity galas including Carnival of the Birds; Design for Dance; 90 years of...; Stars of the Night; Explosive Dance; 50 Winks at Wayne Sleep; Birthday Offering (for Princess Margaret); D.B.E. (for Dame Beryl Grey) and Stars for a Day. More recently, Wayne completed a stint in the London Palladium as The Child Catcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Throughout his career ROBERT MEADMORE has won critical acclaim both nationally and interntationally for his performances on the stage, television and radio. His many West End Credits include Curly in “Oklahoma”, Jay in “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas”, Lancelot opposite Richard Harris in “Camelot”’ and Raoul in “Phantom of the Opera”. He has also appeared in many Gala performances, which have included “Mack and Mabel”, “Hello Dolly” and “La Cage Aux Folles”. Robert was delighted to be invited by Andrew Lloyd Webber to sing ‘All I Ask of You’ from “Phantom of the Opera” with Charlotte Church in “The Royal Variety Performance” 2001 at the Dominion Theatre, London.


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