AS PART OF THE GRAND RE-OPENING OF THE PETERBOROUGH BROADWAY
It’s been seventy years since Glenn Miller vanished over the English Channel as he flew to Paris to entertain the troops during the Second World War. Did he crash? Was he shot down? Will the mystery ever be solved?
Brought to the stage in a brand new musical spectacular, is the life, fame and vanishing of America’s most famous big band leader. Music legend TOMMY STEELE, Britain’s first rock n’ roll icon who became our greatest ever song and dance man, commands the stage as only a very great star can in this extraordinary tale of the world’s most famous big band leader, featuring a spectacular 16 piece orchestra plus a full supporting company of sensational performers and dazzling choreography.
Tommy’s legendary career boasts countless hit singles, Hollywood movies and award-winning stage musicals such as Half a Sixpence, Hans Andersen and Singin’ in the Rain at the London Palladium, where he was recently honored with a prestigious plaque celebrating the fact that he remains the theatre’s most successful ever star.
Also happening at The Broadway Theatre, Peterborough this Autumn:
Jesus Christ Superstar : 17th -21st November 2015
And Then There Were None: 23rd – 28th November 2015
The Sound of Music: 2nd -12th December 2015
Dreamboats & Petticoats - The Christmas Party: 22nd – 27th December 2015
Blood Brothers: 12th – 16th January 2016
The Glenn Miller Story
The Broadway Theatre
23-28 November 2015
Box office: 01733 822225
Jamie Parker will continue the role of Sky Masterson from Chichester, further casting has yet to be confirmed. The creative team include director Gordon Greenberg, musical direction fromGareth Valentine, choreography by Carlos Acosta and Andrew Wright plus designs by Peter McKintosh and sound by Paul Groothuis.