Carousel

@ Gala Theatre and Cinema

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21 March 2017 - 25 March 2017

7.00pm (2.00pm matinee performances on Wednesday 22 & Saturday 25 March)

£18.50 - prices vary, check the Gala Durham website for further information

Durham Musical Theatre Company follows on from their award-winning productions of Sunset Boulevard and The Best of British Musicals with the sensational Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel. Voted “Best Musical of the 20th Century” by Time Magazine, this timeless classic features a breath-taking score with many hit songs including If I Loved You, June is Bustin’ Out All Over, Soliloquy, When the Children are Asleep and You’ll Never Walk Alone. This score is studded with some of the most powerful, uplifting and moving music ever composed for the stage, and Richard Rodgers regarded it as his finest achievement. Dazzling lights, fabulous songs, a dramatic, uplifting story – don’t miss out on experiencing this great new production. When Billy Bigelow and Julie Jordan meet and fall in love, little do they realise that Billy’s rebellious ways will result in tragedy. Billy is given a chance to make good, but is it too little too late, or will a lucky star save him and the ones he loves?

DMTC’s production of Carousel will mark the 50th anniversary of Fred Wharton’s productions for DMTC. Carousel is a show that both he and DMTC have never staged before. We want to make this a special, spectacular way of saying a huge THANK YOU to him for all he has done for us and the people of Durham. We hope you will want to join in this celebratory event with us.

For information on group bookings contact Box Office on 03000 266 600 

NB: Only one concession can be applied to any ticket purchased.

Venue
Gala Theatre and Cinema
Millennium Place
Durham
DH1 1WA

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