Following sell-out performances of their London shows, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra are heading out on a UK tour with A Night At The Musicals, opening at Royal & Derngate, Northampton. This spectacular evening features hits from Broadway and film, bigger and better than you’ve ever heard them before.
A Night At The Musicals features West End stars and the stunning 32-piece London Musical Theatre Orchestra conducted by Freddie Tapner. Featuring your favourite songs from The Greatest Showman, Les Misérables, Mamma Mia!, Wicked, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Phantom of the Opera and more, this show is guaranteed to blow the roof off and have you singing into the night.
Acclaimed director Shaun Kerrison will stage the evening, with sound design by Avgoustos Psillas and lighting design by Mike Robertson. A Night At The Musicals is general managed by Peter Huntley for Smart Entertainment who are also booking future performances.
LMTO’s A Night At The Musicals follows triumphant performances of Ben Forster: Me, Myself and Musicals at the Haymarket and A Christmas Carol featuring Griff Rhys Jones at the Lyceum. Other 2018 concerts included Girlfriends by Howard Goodall at Bishopsgate Institute, Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot at the London Palladium and Martin Smith’s King at Hackney Empire. Previous concerts include Mack and Mabel at Hackney Empire and Bernstein’s Candide In Concert at Cadogan Hall.
Dates: 22ND October
Show: A Night At The Musicals with London Musical Theatre Orchestra
Venue: Royal & Derngate, Northampton
Address: 19-21 Guildhall Rd, Northampton NN1 1DP
Price: £19 – £49
Phone: 01604 624811
Stars who have previously performed with the LMTO include Samantha Barks, Natasha J Barnes, David Bedella, Maxwell Caulfield, Sharon D. Clarke, Arthur Darvill, James Dreyfus, Carrie Hope Fletcher, Giovanna Fletcher, Ben Forster, Alex Gaumond, Emma Hatton, Ruthie Henshall, Rob Houchen, Griff Rhys Jones, Lucie Jones, Debbie Kurup, Robert Lindsay, Cedric Neal, Wendi Peters, Lauren Samuels, David Thaxton, Marisha Wallace, Russell Watson and Michael Xavier.