ABBA Revival with the Mozart Symphony Orchestra

ABBA Revival with the Mozart Symphony

ABBA is iconic. For one night only, the triple award-winning tribute band ABBA Revival teams up with the Mozart Symphony Orchestra to give you an unforgettable evening of ABBA hits with a symphonic backing.

5 October, Cadogan Hall. Tickets range from £29.50-£49.50 – book here.

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The Clockmaker’s Daughter – In Concert

Fra Fee (The Ferryman) and Christine Allado (Hamilton) are joined on stage by Wendi Peters (Coronation Street) to perform the acclaimed new British musical, The Clockmaker’s Daughter.

Set in the fictional time of Spindlewood, The Clockmaker’s Daughter is a musical fairy tale built around themes of prejudice, discrimination, animosity and fear of the unknown. Like most towns of age, Spindlewood has its traditions. But no practice, custom or old wives’ warning is so firmly adhered to as ‘The Turning of the Key’.

Purchase your tickets to this must-see performance here.

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Once Upon a Time

The Red Star Theatre Arts return to the Chelsea Theatre with an wonderful, family-friendly, performance of ‘Once Upon a Time’ on 8 July.

Follow the journey of Joseph Bricklehurst, a boy with a wild imagination as he’s joined by an all star cast of characters. Joe and Matilda get whisked away to far off lands by the mischievous Cat in the Hat in this charming collection of musicals.

Performances will be at 11am and 4pm at £14 an adult and £10 per child. Book yours here.

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The Railway Children

Join the children, Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis from E. Nesbit’s timeless classic ‘The Railway Children’ on their musical adventure on Sunday 21 January as they move to the countryside of Edwardian England with their mother after their father disappears.

The children fall in love with the nearby railway making many friends along the way, whilst their mother desperately tries to make ends meet through her writing. Find out what happens to the people the children meet; the Russian who arrives ill and tired or the schoolboy who breaks his leg in the tunnel? And where is their father?

Olivier-award winning Rebecca Trehearn and Paul Baker, with television grandee, James Bolam, star in this sparkling new musical adaptation. Accompanied by 24 members of the Alex Parker Orchestra, the lush sweeping sounds of ‘The Railway Children’ will make for a moving and magical evening.

The performance starts at 6.30pm at the Cadogan Hall and is one not to be missed. Book your tickets here.

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