Saturday, 7 January 2012

Singin' In The Rain To Be The Surprise Hit Of 2012?

Singin' In The Rain which opens at the Palace Theatre in London this February looks set to be this winters surprise west end hit with strong advance sales indicating that the west end public are hungry for the revamped stage show version of the classic Hollywood movie.

Singin' In The Rain is based on the 1952 MGM film of the same name, starring Gene Kelly, and is set in Hollywood at the end of the silent movie era.

Don Lockwood is a movie star with all the fame and adulation he could want, as well as a high profile romance with his co-star. But rumours are rife of a new kind of motion picture where the actors actually talk... and sing and dance are emerging and Hollywood is about to change forever.

Singin' In The Rain has a musical score, by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed, features classic numbers including Make ‘Em Laugh, Moses Supposes and of course the title song Singin' In The Rain.

Theatre tickets in London to Singin' In The Rain at the Palace Theatre are available to book securely through Theatre Tickets London and BmyConcierge at cheap and discount prices starting at just £19.00.

Shakespeare's Roman Season At The Barbican Now On Sale!

Coriolanus - The Royal Shakespeare Company's Rome season opens at the Barbican Theatre with  Coriolanus  - A full-throttle war play ...