Brothers BeyondSunday 30 September 2018
Tread Productions is proud to present this fantastic Musical Theatre tribute show led by former stars from Bill Kenwright’s UK touring production of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’.
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical and will be the 1st time these performers, band and crew have worked together in 20 years!!!
The production will be created & directed by former Joseph, Graham Tudor, who joined the cast in 1998 as Isachaar and went on to don the famous dreamcoat from 1999-2003 and again in 2005. Since Joseph, Graham has had extensive West End leading roles in such shows as; Grease, Mamma Mia, The Rocky Horror Show’…. Graham also starred in ‘The Last 5 Years’ at The Epstein in June 2017. He is creative director of Tread Productions and is delighted to be bringing this show to the Epstein! Joining Graham on stage will be none other than Mike Holoway, the longest serving Joseph in history alongside other West End performers who have appeared in Joseph over the past 20 years including Ben Beechey (Les Mis/Beauty & the Beast) and Trevor Jary (Jesus Christ Superstar).
Many of the performers have, or are currently working in West End & UK touring shows such as; Les Miserables, Jesus Christ Superstar, Mamma Mia, Miss Saigon, Beauty and the Beast to name but a few….
The show itself will feature some of the best songs from West End musicals, as well as a spectacular finale from the musical ‘Joseph’ featuring the entire company! So dress to impress in your finest ‘technicolor’ robes and prepare for an ‘amazing’ night at the theatre that’s ‘ahead of it’s time’…
The former Joseph stars will also be joined on stage by students from this years Tread Summer Schools in Liverpool, Cannock and Wigan. For information on how to get involved, please email [email protected]ductions.net or visit the website at www.treadproductions.net
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Brothers Beyond is proud to support the charity ‘Partners’.
Partners believes in free, full lives for children affected by conflict and oppression.
We provide emergency and short-term provision of food, shelter materials, and basic survival necessities for children, their families and communities during times of acute crisis.
We work alongside local communities to strengthen families and provide safe, nurturing environments for children to grow. This includes providing care for refugee children in community-based homes that allows them to go to school, as well as training migrant workers vocational skills to help them gain employment and reduce the risk of exploitation.
For more information visit www.partners.ngo/uk/