The Courtyard, Hereford – Mystery, romance, comedy and tragedy – this colourful, musical show has it all!
Come and enjoy Gilbert and Sullivan’s greatest achievement, set in the historic Tower of London.
Don’t miss Hereford’s fantastic G&S company, winners of yet another ‘Best Production’ award!
From Wednesday 15 March until Saturday 18 March at 7.30 with a matinee on Saturday 18 at 2.30.
Tickets are available from the Courtyard box office on 01432 340555 or www.Courtyard.org.uk £16 for an adult, £16 under 16 and £5 under 14 years.
Featuring a hand picked 30+ orchestra and soloists, this special charity concert will explore Broadway like never before!
Celebrating Broadway’s finest ever composers, lyricists and their songs, the concert will take you on a musical journey from the Golden Age of Broadway, right to the very present. Songs from timeless shows such as: West Side Story, The King and I, Guys and Dolls, Wicked, Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera and more, all presented to you live on stage in their original Broadway orchestrations and arrangements. A must-see for any musical theatre fan!
All profits donated to St Michael’s Hospice
Tickets for this event are going FAST! so book them ASAP via this link https://www.courtyard.org.uk/events/a-night-on-broadway/?booking=1&id=253032
The Conquest Senior Youth Theatre Present
THE WIZARD OF OZ: THE SILVER SLIPPERS
Taking an inspiration from L. Frank Baum’s original 1900 novel ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’. Join Dorothy, The Tin Woodsman, The Lion and The Scarecrow battling against the Wicked Witch of The West and her clever cat in this new take on an old tale.
As part of our ‘Over The Rainbow’ project of performances, workshops and qualifications the members of our sister Youth Theatre, Bromyard’s Conquest Senior Youth Company have worked their silver slippers off to bring you a classic tale with a twist.
In this superb new presentation, Julian Lloyd-Webber will take the audience on an historical and musical journey in which he will give unique insight into not only his life as one of the world’s finest musicians but also as a member of arguably the most influential musical dynasty of modern times.
The backbone of the show and complimenting the chat and clips, he will be joined by his wife and fellow cellist Jiaxin Lloyd Webber and pianist Pam Chowhan to perform works such as Faure’s Elegy, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Music of the Night, Rachmaninov’s Cello Sonata as well as works by composers William Lloyd Webber, Philip Glass, Frank Bridge, and JS Bach.