THE BILLY JOEL SONGBOOK®
*** UK 2021 ***
11 Sept KILWORTH HOUSE THEATRE Leics • BUY
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24 Sept BIRMINGHAM Town Hall • BUY
26 Sept NOTTINGHAM Royal Concert Hall • BUY
27 Sept SOUTHEND Cliffs Pavilion • BUY
29 Sept SHEFFIELD City Hall • BUY
17 Oct LIVERPOOL Philharmonic • BUY
29 Oct CARDIFF New Theatre • BUY
The award winning THE BILLY JOEL SONGBOOK® is now in its eighth year and in that time has been delighting audiences around the UK and Ireland and across mainland Europe.
Along with his magnificent band, the dynamic singer/songwriter, Elio Pace, delivers this sensational and critically acclaimed show celebrating the phenomenal music of Billy Joel.
Featuring massive hits like Uptown Girl and Just The Way You Are, and fan favourites such as Scenes From An Italian Restaurant and Piano Man, do not miss this wonderful homage to the greatest singer/songwriter of the 20th Century.
THE SONGS OF
SONG OF SINGAPORE
*** UK 2021 ***
25 Oct LONDON Zedel/Crazy Coqs • BUY
*** UK 2022 ***
08 Jan CHICHESTER Minerva Theatre
13 Jan LONDON The Pheasantry
14 Jan LONDON The Pheasantry
15 Jan LONDON The Pheasantry
19 Mar EVESHAM Theatrebarn
All 2022 'Song Of Singapore' shows will go 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.