FORTHCOMING ON STAGE AND SCREEN
Another busy week to summarise here at The Broadway. We have secured several new shows which are already up on sale, including The Magic Santa Show, Fastlove – a George Michael tribute, Big Girls Don’t Cry – a celebration of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, You WIn Again – the music of the Bee Gees, and even The Magic of Motown, which is scheduled for November 2018!
With a calendar filling up nicely, thoughts have been looking forward in a different way, to restoring cinema to The Broadway. We had an inspiring visit from Darren, who is going to aid us in getting the old 35mm projectors up and running and assist with sourcing a digital projector. For those techies, who have asked, YES, we hope they will in due course handle 70mm, too. I have a few cinema events in mind for the New Year, so please be sure to watch this space.
Next week we have our panto press launch and it means we will have our cast in the building for the first time. It will be a superb opportunity for us to meet them and talk all things pantomime, as well as take some photos which we will be sure to share with you, so as to give you a ‘sneak peak’ of what’s in store.
Also next week I have a very exciting meeting with a show that has just completed a West End run, and I am hoping we can be part of its 2018 tour. I can’t give away more than that at this stage, but we are definitely getting thought of by a great many productions.
Talking of West End transfers, don’t forget that Showstopper! The Improvised Musical will be at The Broadway in three short weeks. I was lucky enough to see them perform in London last year but, with it being improvised, it’s a different show every night. I am looking forward to being in the audience for this one and posing a few suggestions to the cast. I wonder what delights they will come up with…
Until next time…