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|The guaranteed feel-good musical of the season.
Get ready for the musical event of the season as Cole Porter’s timeless classic, High Society, skips into town, in a dazzling new production from the acclaimed producers of The King and I.
Michael Praed (Robin of Sherwood & The Sound of Music) stars as Dexter Haven, Marilyn Cutts (Fascinating Aida) as Margaret Lord, Teddy Kempner (RSC’s Nicholas Nickleby) as Uncle Willie, Daniel Boys (Any Dream Will Do) as Mike Connor with Sophie Bould (The Sound of Music) as Tracy Lord.
So prepare yourself for a glorious night of vintage Hollywood as you’re invited to the wedding of the year, and what a swell party it is gonna be!
Music & Lyrics in association with Venue Cymru Llandudno
Music & lyrics by Cole Porter
Book by Arthur Kopit
Additional lyrics by Susan Birkenhead
High Society is supported by Arts Council Wales
Read: High Society on the Blog
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"There is a sparkling opening to the musical when Sophie makes a string of remarkable quick costume changes on stage during the overture" Birmingham Mail. Read full review HERE
"Michael Praed wowed the ladies with a suave, self-assured performance as Dexter, while Daniel Boys was in fine voice as reporter, Mike Connor." Express and Star. Read full review HERE
"‘High Society’ made for a marvellous evening’s entertainment with catchy, popular numbers including ‘Well, Did You Evah’" The Good Review. Read full review HERE
"A great show that will appeal to all ages." The Public Reviews. Read full review HERE
"High Society sweeps the audience up in a mix of music and comedy." The Entertainer
Tue Eve at 7.30pmN/A£14.00£16.00£20.00£24.00£28.00
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Sat Eve at 7.30pmN/A£20.00£24.00£28.00£32.00£36.00
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