For one night only this November the Theatre Royal Drury Lane opens its doors to the golden age of Hollywood as Russell Grant presents this evening of song and dance that will leave audiences with big grins on their faces.
Films like Singin’ In The Rain and Shall We Dance will be celebrated live onstage as audiences are given a chance to relish in the work of composers Irving Berlin, George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, responsible for some of the most memorable movie scores of all time. With that in mind this is not a show that musical film fans will want to miss.
With a presenter in Russell Grant, an orchestra in the Novello Orchestra and a conductor in David Mahoney, The Golden Age Of Dance will have to be seen to be believed.
Grant is a well known performer whose appearances on Strictly Come Dancing in 2011 only served to strengthen his career further so that he since appeared in high profile West End shows like The Wizard Of Oz at the London Palladium. Best known as an astrologer he has been a popular personality for decades and has also appeared the likes of Pointless Celebrities, Celebrity Squares and All Star Family Fortunes, amongst others.
The Golden Age Of Dance is celebrated at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Sunday 13th November 2016.
|Booking From:||Sunday, 13th November 2016|
|Booking Until:||Sunday, 13th November 2016|
|Sunday, 13 Nov, 2016||Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London||The Golden Age of Dance|
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