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Christmas in New York archive

Archive listings for Christmas in New York

Work type: Cabaret.

T01333877292

9 Dec 13Palace Theatre, West End :: V404
listing details L0330389941
7 Dec 13Palace Theatre, Manchester :: V490
listing details L0232702977

T1626271538

6 Dec 09Prince of Wales Theatre, West End :: V409
listing details L1581659029

T01973689153

The evening comprises contemporary interpretations of well-known seasonal songs as well as new compositions by both British and American musical theatre composers.Performer Maria Friedman. Performer Julie Atherton. Performer Ashleigh Gray. Performer Oliver Tompsett. Performer Michael Xavier. Performer Adrian Hansel. Performer Zoe Rainey. Performer Richard Reynard. Performer Lorna Want.
7 Dec 08Lyric Theatre, West End :: V399
listing details L01555792778

T0763977565

Evoking a magical time of year in a much loved city, Christmas in New York is the perfect seasonal treat for musical theatre fans and anyone with a song in their heart. It is the latest instalment in the West End’s critically acclaimed Notes from New York series which produces contemporary musical theatre for a mainstream audience and has enjoyed a number of sell-out shows at prestigious venues.Producer Notes from New York. Director David Randall. Director Paul Spicer (associate director). Sound Mark Dunne. Performer Anna-Jane Casey. Performer Julie Atherton. Performer Paul Spicer. Performer Oliver Tompsett. Performer Emma Williams. Performer Melanie La Barrie. Performer Matt Cross. Performer Ashleigh Gray. Performer Alex Jessop. Performer Debbie Kurup. Performer Steven Webb. Performer Rachael Wooding.
9 Dec 07Lyric Theatre, West End :: V399
listing details L01321445762

Christmas in New York - T01344322678

Evoking a magical time of year in a much love city, Christmas in New York is the perfect treat for all musical theatre lovers and everyone that wants to celebrate Christmas in style.Director David Randall. Performer Josie Walker. Performer Julie Atherton. Performer Paul Spicer. Performer Melanie La Barrie. Performer Clare Foster. Performer James Gillan. Performer Cassidy Janson. Performer Sophia Ragavelas. Performer Jon Robyns. Performer Olivet Tompsett. Performer Emma Williams.
10 Dec 06Apollo Theatre, West End :: V383
listing details L1741629517

Not(es) from New York - T337738833

The West End's first and only platform for contemporary musical theatre returns with an unexpectedly British twist Not(es) from New York , a one-off show focusing on songs by a duo of London based composers.Director David Randall. Other Paul Spicer (associate direction and musical staging). Performer Anna-Jane Casey. Performer Dougal Irvine. Performer Julie Atherton. Performer Paul Spicer. Performer Mark Collins (piano).
19 Mar 06Duchess Theatre, West End :: V391
listing details L01657999472

First Anniversary Gala - T1641463779

The show will be celebrating the songs and shows of all nine composers so far profiled in the series, including Pulitzer Prize winner Jonathan Larson (Rent, Tick Tick Boom), Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown (Songs for a New World, Parade, The Last Five Years) and the Grammy nominated Andrew Lippa (John and Jen, The Wild Party), this special first anniversary gala performance will also feature the UK and European premiere of material from Tim Acito's musical fairy tale Zanna Don't.Producer Neil Eckersley. Director David Randall. Director Paul Spicer (associate director and musical staging). Performer Amy Nuttall. Performer Jon Lee. Performer Julie Atherton. Performer Paul Spicer.
21 Nov 04Trafalgar Theatre (formerly Trafalgar Studios), West End :: V420
listing details L0614777174

T01470902513

Staged in an intimate cabaret setting, the September edition of Notes from New York will feature a number of UK and European premieres, including songs from Adam Guettel's new musical The Light in the Piazza, none of which have previously been performed outside of the US, selections from Michael John LaChiusa's much-loved but rarely performed repertoire and an introduction to the work of John Bucchino, whose songs have been recorded by Barbara Cook, Patti LuPone and Liza Minelli to name only a few. Ethereal, enigmatic and esoteric in the extreme, the work of these three composers is presented in a show celebrating adventure, exploration and living the dream.Performer Rebecca Thornhill. Performer Stephen Weller. Performer Ashleigh Gray. Performer Oliver Tompsett.
19 Sep 04Trafalgar Theatre (formerly Trafalgar Studios), West End :: V420
listing details L1206145542

T01752065015

With a number of UK and European premieres, the concert will showcase the work of Grammy-nominated composer [Andrew Lippa] including songs from his new musical based on Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel, ahead of its world premiere in the US later this summer. Also featured will be material from the recent Off-Broadway hit The Thing about Men by [Jimmy Roberts] and from the acclaimed repertoire of Craig Carnelia.Producer Neil Eckersley. Director David Randall. Other Paul Spicer (musical staging). Sound Marcus Wadland. Costume DKNY. Performer Paul Spicer. Performer Julie Atherton. Performer Kellie Ryan. Performer Samuel Barnett.
4 Jul 04Arts Theatre, West End :: V167
listing details L1678268712

T844493893

To book this show please use tel no: 0207 369 1765Director David Randall. Other Paul Spicer (musical staging). Performer Debbie Kurup. Performer Paul Spicer. Performer Julie Atherton. Performer Craig Purnell.
7 Mar 04Donmar Warehouse, West End :: V389
listing details L1892291540

T01862707494

A celebration of contemporary US musical theatre, featuring the work of Pulitzer Prize winner [Jonathan Larson] (Rent, Tick Tick Boom) and the Tony Award winning [William Finn] (A New Brain, Falsettos, Infinite Joy) alongside a new selection of songs by [Jason Robert Brown] (Songs for a New World, Parade, The Last Five Years).Director David Randall. Director Danny Whitby (music). Other Paul Spicer (musical staging). Performer Shona Lindsay. Performer Paul Spicer. Performer Julie Atherton. Performer Damien Edwards.
2 Nov 03Arts Theatre, West End :: V167
listing details L0801875922

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