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The Sound of Music archiveThe story of the von Trapp family and their escape from Nazi occupation. Made famous by the film starring Julie Andrews and containing such songs as Climb Every Mountain, I am Sixteen, Do a Deer and many more.
Performers Summer Strallen (Maria), Margaret Preece (Mother Abbess), Simon MacCorkindale (Captain Von Trapp), Fiona Sinnott (the Baroness), Paul Grunert (Max), Rebecca Lucie (Liesl), Nadim Naaman (Rolf), Christopher Blades, Anthony Cable, Ian Caddick, Vivien Care, Tanya Caridia, Christopher Connah, Kate Coysten, Deborah Crowe, Christopher Dickens, Katie Fabel, Susie Fenwick, John Griffiths, Amanda Hall, Paul Kemble, Emma Lindars, Ian Male, Claire Massie, Nicholas Maude, Gavin Mitford, Jo Napthine, Verity Quade, Katie Ray, Simon Schofield, Nicola Sloane, Alan Vicary, Helen Walsh, Elen Mon Wayne, Jane Webster, Kerry Winter, Vanessa Woodfine.
Music Richard Rodgers. Lyrics Oscar Hammerstein. Book by Howard Lindsay. Book by Russel Crouse. Producer Andrew Lloyd Webber (Really Useful Group). Producer David Ian (Live Nation). Director Jeremy Sams. Design Robert Jones. Lighting Mark Henderson. Choreographer Arlene Phillips. Sound Mick Potter. Music Simon Lee (musical supervision).

The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T01440395454. Details of all The Sound of Music archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1705

Archive Listings

3 Nov 06
21 Feb 09
London Palladium
West End
Greater London

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User Reviews

USER (12Nov06): A brilliant performance on 10th. Connie is so alive on stage a real chemistry with the children. Lesley makes the hair on your neck stand up and shivers run down your spine. A truely fantastic experience, great entertainment. A must for all young and old.

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