If you live around London or not very far from it, this year’s LOST MUSICAL season has a very interesting offer.
It begins on July 14, with Noel Coward's 'lost' 1932 satirical revue WORDS AND MUSIC. For that show, Coward wrote songs like “Mad About The Boy” and “Mad Dogs and Englishmen”.
Starting in September, it’s time for HOLLY GOLIGHTLY, the Bob Merrill and Abe Burrows musical version of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” by Truman Capote. This 1966 musical closed during its Broadway previews and never opened again.
The season ends with AROUND THE WORLD, a 1946 musical adaptation of the famous Jules Verne novel “Around the World in Eighty Days”, with a book by Orson Wells and a score by Cole Porter. The show starts its performances in October 20.
All the shows only have performances on Sundays and can be seen at the Sadler’s Wells Lilian Bayliss Studio. For more information visit the following link www.lostmusicals.org or call the box office: 0844 412 4300.