A WHOLE NEW WORLD
From Princess Diana to Thomas Edison, Rosa Parks to Martin Luther King, 'A Whole New World' celebrates the people who changed the world through art and dance and promises to leave you feeling moved and inspired. The production from The Studio Classical & Performing Arts will featuring dance students from Tamworth and Barraba, from the age of three to adults, making it a show you won't want to miss.
There's something for everyone as the show will include genres of tap, jazz, hip hop, contemporary, lyrical, acrobatics and musical theatre.
This show will have you smiling, crying and looking back on it for years to come.
After a few reschedules, the performance will be held on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 November at 11am and 6pm.
Tickets are available from the Capitol Ticket Box between 10am and 4pm weekdays or call the theatre on 67675200. Tickets can be booked online at https://entertainmentvenues.com.au/
One of Australia's most beloved, successful, and internationally acclaimed sensations is bringing his brand new show, The Impossible Dream to Tamworth making this a show you won't want to miss.
Mark Vincent has been singing since the age of 15 and in recent years has appeared in the popular revival of Dame Julie Andrews' My Fair Lady at the Sydney Opera House. Keeping himself busy, he has also been touring the country to promote his new album A Tribute to Mario Lanza and his latest cover of Tones & I's hit single Dance Monkey.
The Impossible Dream will showcase a rich collection of classical music and all your favourites from London's West End and Broadway Musicals. This includes Memory, This Is The Moment, Nessun Dorma, You'll Never Walk Alone, and My Way just to name a few. If that wasn't enough to have you singing with joy, Mark will also perform hits made popular by the great artists including Italian-American tenor and actor Mario Lanza.
The concert will be held on Thursday December 9 at 8pm.
For tickets book online at https://entertainmentvenues.com.au/ or call the theatre on 67675200. Tickets are also available from the Capitol Ticket Box.
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