It’s beginning to look like…. A Frisky & Mannish Christmas!!
Fresh from their sell out success at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe with their show School of Pop, Frisky and Mannish now bring their unique Twisted Pop Cabaret to bear on the festive season.
Well, went to see this last week – on my birthday as it happens!!
Thrillertickets.co.uk goes live. We have launched a new site dedicated to Thriller – Live, the new musical based on the music of the Jackson Five and Michael Jackson.
In a career spanning 40 years, Michael Jackson has sold an unparalleled 750 million records worldwide with the Thriller album still the world’s best-selling recording of all time. Thriller – Live
We now have tickets available for Thriller – Live.
Moonwalking into the West End after three acclaimed UK tours and standing ovations across Europe, Thriller – Live is a spectacular, high octane show celebrating the career of the world’s undisputed King of Pop – Michael Jackson, and the Jackson 5.
To bring to life on stage the sensational dancing and distinctive sound of the Jackson’s greatest hits, Thriller – Live includes eye-popping multi-media effects and dazzling choreography by the shows award-winning director Gary Lloyd (who has previously worked with artists including Leona Lewis, Will Young, Robbie Williams, Kelly Clarkson and Girls Aloud), plus additional choreography by 5 time MTV award-winning LaVelle Smith Jnr.
Thriller – Live will be playing at the Lyric Theatre and is currently booking from the 2nd January until 12th April 2009.
Never Forget, the musical featuring the songs of Take That will no longer be moving to the Lyric theatre when it’s run at the Savoy finishes on the 15th November. The audience favourite of the 2008 season which opened to critical and public acclaim in London on 7 May was scheduled to move to the Lyric Theatre for Christmas but will now embark on a UK tour in 2009 instead.
Explaining the decision the shows producers said
“The show was going to have to be substantially re-conceived for the smaller Lyric Theatre, however, after discussions with the theatre, the unions, our cast and creative team, the decision has been made to protect the integrity of the production in its current format – which has been proven to work time and time again, astounding and thrilling audiences every single night. The show will now be going out on a major UK tour, whilst new productions will open in several territories around the world next year.”
The producers are confident the show will return to London adding
“There is no doubt that it will be back in the West End in the not too distant future.”
However, without any date of when Never Forget will return to London the announcement is likely to cause the remaining tickets to sell out fast as people try to make sure they see the show before the current run ends.