THE BILLY JOEL
*** UK 2022 ***
04 March EASTLEIGH The Point • BUY
05 March HORSHAM The Capitol • BUY
07 March BURY ST. EDMUNDS The Apex • BUY
08 March MILTON KEYNES The Stables • BUY
10 March NEWPORT The Riverfront • BUY
11 March LICHFIELD Garrick Theatre • BUY
13 March HULL Hull Truck Theatre • BUY
14 March KENDAL Brewery Arts • SOLD OUT
16 March GIFFNOCK Eastwood Park • BUY
17 March DUNDEE Gardyne Theatre • BUY
The ALBUMS SHOW is BACK... for a THIRD time!
TWO MORE classic Billy Joel albums performed in their entirety… in ONE sensational show.
Following the incredible success of the previous two ALBUMS SHOW tours, the award winning Elio Pace and his amazing band return in March 2022, this time performing two more Billy Joel classic albums in their entirety, STREETLIFE SERENADE and 52ND STREET.
And if that wasn’t thrilling enough for Billy Joel fans, Elio and his band are delighted to be bringing back their very special guest, direct from the USA… legendary lead guitarist, David Brown. David played lead guitar in Billy Joel’s band from 1978 until 1991 and also went on to record and tour with many music icons including Paul McCartney and Simon and Garfunkel.
Elio Pace’s ‘BILLY JOEL ALBUMS SHOW’ featuring David Brown really is a night of world-class musicianship and ingenious songwriting you simply cannot miss!
THE SONGS OF
SONG OF SINGAPORE
*** UK 2022 ***
08 Jan CHICHESTER Minerva Theatre • BUY
09 Jan CHICHESTER Minerva Theatre • BUY
14 Jan LONDON The Pheasantry • BUY
15 Jan LONDON The Pheasantry • BUY
19 Mar EVESHAM Theatrebarn On sale soon!
Join the original UK cast members from Chichester Festival Theatre's sensational 1998 hit comedy musical, 'Song of Singapore’.
Let Issy van Randwyck, Elio Pace, Simon Slater, David Shaw Parker, Richard Brightiff, Beatrice Grace, James Wilson and Miles Russell take you through a fun-filled concert of the show’s original and wild jazz music, the potted plot and personal anecdotes about their time performing the show.
Written by Michael Garin, Eric Frandsen, Robert Hipkens and Paula Lockhart, and set against the backdrop of the imminent invasion of Singapore in 1941, the show boasts an hilarious storyline and reveal, and features wonderfully humorous songs like 'Never Pay Musicians What They're Worth', 'Harbour Of Love’, 'The Inexpensive Tango’, 'Serve It Up’ and 'We’re Rich’.
Don’t miss this long-awaited concert-style reprise of a show that is still to this day the most successful production in Chichester Festival Theatre's history.