What’s on Manchester: The Sound Of Music at the Palace Theatre, Manchester
Tuesday 13th – Saturday 17th March 2018
Matinee & Evening Performances Available
Tickets from £20.40
One of the greatest musicals of all time returns to the stage in this magnificent five star production to enchant the young and the young at heart.
This wonderfully lavish staging tells the true story of the world-famous singing family, from their romantic beginnings and search for happiness, to their thrilling escape to freedom at the start of WWll. LUCY O’BYRNE returns to the iconic role of Maria in which she was hailed by critics as ‘quite possibly the best Maria since Julie Andrews herself’ (The Scotsman). Lucy was the runner up of BBC One’s The Voice in 2015, impressing the nation and chart-topper Will.I.Am with her stunning vocal range, and was recently seen in the West End as Fantine in Les Miserables.
Joining as the dashing Captain Von Trapp is TV and stage favourite Neil McDermott, whose characters include playing heartthrob Ryan Malloy in EastEnders, as well as featuring in numerous West End productions such as Shrek The Musical where he played Lord Farquaad.
The unforgettable score features some of the most memorable songs ever performed on stage, including Edelweiss, My Favourite Things, Do-Re-Mi, Climb Every Mountain, So Long Farewell, and of course, The Sound of Music.
“A REAL JOY”
“I LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF THIS FIVE STAR PRODUCTION”
“A STUNNING, BEAUTIFULLY CRAFTED, SUPERBLY DELIVERED, MONUMENTALLY GOOD PRODUCTION”
The Sussex News
“LUCY O’BYRNE IS QUITE POSSIBLY THE BEST MARIA SINCE JULIE ANDREWS HERSELF”
“A STUNNING PRODUCTION. FABULOUS FROM BEGINNING TO END. DESERVES TO BE ONE OF YOUR FAVOURITE THINGS”
Unable to get tickets for the show you want? No Problem, Take a look at the following link where you can purchase Sold Out tickets from a third-party website (there are other dates and venues available.
* Please note, tickets purchased from third-party websites my cost more than face value. Quoted prices correct at time of publication.
Have you thought about enjoying a wonderful AFTERNOON TEA at the Palace Theatre’s very own Stage Door venue? £15 per person is all it takes to enjoy award-winning cakes and sandwiches from the North’s Famous Slattery Patisserie.
Why not make the most of your trip to the theatre and make it a Short Theatre Break? It is cheaper than you think!
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