Pauline Noble: July 2017
On Thursday 5th October, we had mid-stalls tickets for the 7.30pm show of An American in Paris at the Dominion Theatre in London. The complete cost of the trip, with ticket, transport from Aylesbury's Bedgrove and Wendover including driver's tip is only £40.50. The minimum number for this excellent ticket price is 40+ and bookings and cheques are needed by August 6th at the latest. HOWEVER, SINCE THIS WAS FIRST POSTED, WE HAVE NOW SOLD OUT — SORRY!
The show is straight from Paris and Broadway and has 5 star reviews since its recent opening. It's hailed as a FLAWLESS MARRIAGE OF MUSIC, DANCE AND MOVEMENT, a ravishing version of the Hollywood film. This is one of Gershwin's multi-award winning musicals starring Ashley Day and Leanne Cope. It includes songs such as 'I Got Rhythm', They Can't Take That Away for Me' and 'S Wonderful'.
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