Show Choir Theatre Trip to see Anything Goes, starring our Show Choir best friend, the fabulous Kerry Ellis!!
The sold-out musical sensation, Anything Goes! is returning to the West End by popular demand, and we’re booking ahead as it’s already selling out!
We're going to have a great time at this fabulous feel-good show with 5 star reviews!
‘The musical equivalent of sipping one glass of champagne after another’
‘The Show of the year. I would give six stars if I could.’
It’s only back for a limited 7 week season, and we don’t want to miss out, so we’ve moved quickly and secured some great tickets in July for Show Choir singers and friends - yay!
This is what you can look forward to:
- Stalls tickets worth between £95.50 - £119.50!
- Coach travel to the West End and back
- Bubbly and chocolates on the coach
- Singing, and of course, the pleasure of each others company!!
and all for just £67.50!!
Wednesday 27th July - coach pick-ups at Dorking and Banstead
Bring a friend, or just come along yourself - you won’t be on your own as you’ll be in the company of like-minded Musical Theatre lovers like yourself!!
Come and join the Show Choir Family for fabulous evening out at the West End! Here's some info about the show!
Featuring a 50 strong all-star cast and ensemble - the finest on offer on the London stage and a full-sized live orchestra, this uplifting production of Anything Goes features heart-warming romance, farcical fun and spectacular show stopping dance routines.
Starring multi award-winner, and show choir friend!😉 Kerry Ellis (Wicked/We Will Rock You) as Reno Sweeney and Olivier Award Winner Denis Lawson (Bleak House/Star Wars) as Moonface Martin. Joining them is Oliver Award Winner Simon Callow (Art/Death in Paradise) as Elisha Whitney and Musical Theatre Royalty Bonnie Langford (EastEnders/9 to 5) as Evangeline Harcourt.
Directed by the multi-award-winning Broadway director and choreographer Kathleen Marshall, this production for London features Cole Porter’s joyful score, including ‘I Get A Kick Out of You’, ‘You’re the Top’ and the show stopping ‘Anything Goes’.