No way...the smash-hit production of Sister Act! The Musical comes to London in Summer 2020 starring award-winning actress Whoopi Goldberg, as well as embarking on an exciting UK tour! Based on the much-loved 1992 film, Sister Act! The Musical follows the heart-warming story of a disco diva who must join a convent.
Produced by Jamie Wilson and featuring an incredible musical score from the multi-award winning Alan Menken (Disney’s Aladdin, Enchanted), Sister Act! The Musical is an uplifting theatrical experience with its incredible Motown classics, breath-taking choreography and an unforgettable story line. Buy your tickets now for an evening of pure fun and entertainment!
Set in Nevada 1992, professional lounge singer Deloris Wilson witnesses her gangster boyfriend kill a police lieutenant. Forced to hide her identity, she is placed in a convent in a deprived area of San Francisco.
Finding it hard to adapt to convent life under the watchful eye of Mother Superior, Deloris revamps the convent choir and helps her sisters find their voice . A tale of sisterhood, friendship and finding yourself, Sister Act! The Musical is an unforgettable story which has touched many around the globe.
As part of its exciting UK tour, Sister Act! The Musical is coming to Manchester from June 22nd to Saturday 24th July.
Ticket prices for the Sister Act! The Musical Manchester range from £13 to £69.50. The Palace theatre is divided into the Stalls, The Circle and The Grand Tier. The best seats in the house are in the middle of the stalls, fairly close to the stage. Theatre are also excellent seats at the front of the Circle.
If you are looking for cheaper tickets, these are located in the Grand Tier or at the back of the Circle. You can also purchase Group tickets if you call 020 7206 1174 or email email@example.com
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Sister Act! The Musical is showing in London for 39 weeks from 29th July -30th August 2020.
How much are tickets for Sister Act! the Musical?
Ticket prices for Sister Act The Musical start at £29.75 and the best seats in the house are priced at £249.50. The Eventim Apollo is split into the Circle and the Stalls. If you are looking for the best seats in the house, you can purchase a premium package and are in the middle of the stalls.
If you are looking for slightly better value tickets, these can be found at the back of the Circle or really close to the stage in the Stalls.
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Whoopi Goldberg is starring as Deloris Van Carter, Jennifer Saunders as Mother Superior, Clive Rowe as Eddie Southerner, Brenda Edwards will sometimes play Deloris Van Carter and the rest of the cast is yet to be announced.
The main songs in the Sister Act the Musical are Take Me To Heaven”, “How I Got the Calling”, “Raise Your Voice” “Spread the Love Around”"I Could Be That Guy" "Bless Our Show", "Sunday Morning Fever", "The Life I Never Led"
The Running time for the Sister Act the Musical is yet to be confirmed
Yes, the Sister Act the Musical is visiting most major UK cities from April 2020: The Leicester Curve, Leicster from the 21st April - 2nd May, The Grand & Opera House, Leeds, 12th May- 23rd May 2020, Theatre Royal, Newcastle, 25th-30th May, The Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield, 9th -20th June, The Palace Theatre, Manchester, 22nd June- 4th July, The Eventim Apollo, Manchester, 21st July-26th August.
The Sister Act the Musical is playing in London from the 21st July - 26th August
The Sister Act the Musical follows the story of Deloris Van Carter, who, after witnessing a murder, is placed in protective custody in a convent. Deloris helps her sisters uncover their voice in the convent choir. A story about friendship, sisterhood and self-discovery, Deloris also finds out things about herself.
The main character in the Sister Act the Musical is Deloris Van Carter.
Alan Menken wrote the Sister Act the Musical Store
Jamie Wilson produced the Sister Act the Musical.
The Sister Act the Musical first premiered in 2006 in Pasadena, California. It made its West End debut at the London Palladium in June 2009.