Broadway at Southport Arts Centre
their production at the prestigious Quays Theatre at the Lowry and
the beautiful historic Lancaster Grand Theatre, Imagine Musical
Theatre, are proud to announce their forthcoming show at The
Southport Arts Centre on 10 May 2008.
This brand new production of Broadway will feature superb selections
from well known musicals, including Les Miserables, Billy Elliot,
Chess, Chicago and Sister Act along with the very latest direct from
Andy Vitolo, Imagine’s Artistic Director said:- “I have just
had the pleasure of taking 30 of our Academy students over to New
York, to participate in workshops in a Broadway Theatre.
This gave us the opportunity to
work on high profile projects with people at the top of their
industry, and to look at new concepts for our own Broadway show.
It was truly a
magical experience for the students at the Imagine Academy.”
The show is directed by Andy and musical direction is by George King
who has played all over the globe from Moscow to New York. The show
also features an exciting live band of top west end musicians
Andy added:- “Broadway is one of our strongest productions and
this new show is really dynamic. The harmonies are stunning and the
whole production is a real treat for our audiences.
delighted to be coming to Southport Arts Centre for the very first
Imagine Musical Theatre’s production of Broadway is at Southport
Arts Centre. Show starts at:- 7.30pm.
Tickets:- £12/£11 concessions
Box office:- 0151 9342141
HOW? asked in Southport
out next week what this is all about!
OF PEDAL CYCLES IN TOWN CENTRE
MAY 2008 has
seen a worrying trend in the increase of theft of pedal cycles.
According to Merseyside Police, there have been five such offences
reported so far. All but one of these was secured to a fixed
point using a cycle chain.
Sefton Home Watch said that:- "As the summer holidays
approach, the likelihood of more cyclists visiting the town centre
is likely to increase and therefore we must bring security and
vigilance to the publics' attention in order to combat this
Any incidents or information can be reported to Southport Town
Centre Neighbourhood Police on 0151 777 3441.
Cook Airlines increases number of flights
AS summer in
nearly in full swing, Thomas Cook Airlines has added the finishing
touches to its flight programme from Manchester Airport, that took
off on 1 May 2008. Due to increased demand, the airline has
increased the number of flights to Tenerife, Girona in Spain and
Antalya in Turkey.
Frank Pullman, managing director of Thomas Cook Airlines, said:-
“We have analysed demand for flights in the region and because we
have been able to adapt our schedule to cater for the popularity of
particular destinations. So, where demand is high, we have been able
to introduce more flights.
Everyone at the airline has worked incredibly hard in preparation
for the summer season, so we are looking forward to serving the