** This event is now SOLD OUT - However, in line with Government regulations, more seats may become available closer to the date. To register for the Waiting List or Returns please contact the Box Office via email at [email protected] **
It’s time to treat the whole family to a practically perfect Spoonful of Musicals this Summer!
Starring in A Spoonful of Musicals will be Merryl Ansah (The Lion King), Alistair So (The Phantom of the Opera), Jessica Aubrey (Grease) and Jack Reitman (Off-West End Award-Winner for Thrill Me).*
Come join the award-winning team from Cobbles & Rhyme as they present a fun-filled show, jam-packed to the rafters with Musical Theatre favourites for all ages. With brilliant live music and top West End vocalists, A Spoonful of Musicals will have both kids and adults clapping, laughing and dancing along to film favourites and Broadway blockbusters, with songs from Annie, Matilda, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and many, many more.
Expect glittering live piano accompaniment by our West End Musical Director, alongside soaring vocals and show-stopping performances from our soloists who have performed in many productions including Miss Saigon, Grease, and The King & I.
Book now for the perfect afternoon with the whole family, and get ready to Let It Go, be immersed into Pure Imagination and experience The Greatest Show right before your eyes – you know You Can’t Stop The Beat!
Cobbles & Rhyme is the award-winning production company behind smash-hit shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and is run by Royal Academy of Music alumni and Off-West End Award-winning actor Jack Reitman (Amour, Charing Cross Theatre; OVO’s Peter Pan/Henry V) with top Conductor and Musical Director Harry Haden-Brown (The Phantom of the Opera, UK Tour; Sunshine, The Other Palace).
Reviews for previous Cobbles & Rhyme shows:
“Bringing sparkle and energy…this is a great evening’s entertainment” (Broadway Baby on [title of show] at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
“All four have voices which blend beautifully together and are just as strong independently… it’s exciting to see what they’ll come up with next!” (A Younger Theatre on [title of show] at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
*Please note, due to availability performers are subject to change.