Tell Me On a Sunday (On a Tuesday)
Lloyd Webber leads Hippodrome return
The latest Brum institution to show its hand on what (touch wood) is the great unlocking of our wonderful city, is the iconic Hippodrome, who will be showing Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black's classic musical Tell Me on a Sunday. Charting the romantic misadventures of (*Sting impression*) an English girl in New York, in the 1980’s, the show will mark the first live production to take place at the Hippo since its solemn March 16 closure. Lloyd Webber’s score includes the chart-topper Take That Look Off Your Face as well as the title track. It's directed by Paul Foster and stars Jodie Prenger as ‘Emma’ (pictured) marking her return to the stage following ovation worthy performances in the National Theatre’s production of A Taste of Honey. It runs from August 24 (that's a Tuesday) to August 28, tickets from £18. Prior to that, the massive immersive hit, Van Gogh Alive, returns May 25 to July 11, from £20. More
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