Elaine Paige in Concert
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|26 Nov 2017||7:30 pm||Limited Availability|
Sunday 26 November
Front Doors Open: 6.30pm
Auditorium Open: 7pm
Show Starts: 7.30pm
To alleviate large queues we ask that you arrive in good time as there are bag searches in place. Where possible please bring small bags with you.
Tickets: VIP £75.00, £45.00, £37.50*
* A transaction fee of £1.25 per ticket is charged for online purchases
VIP Tickets include;
• One Best Seat Available Ticket to see Elaine Paige live
• A Copy of Elaine Paige Book – Memories: Celebrating 40 Years in the Theatre
• One Commemorative Tour Laminate
• A Commemorative Signed Poster and Programme
• Please note there is NO ARTIST MEET AND GREET available for this concert.
Support and Show Timings
Elaine’s Musical Director John G Smith and his band will play a half hour set first, followed by a 20 minute interval, before Elaine, John and his band play her full set. The show will end around 10pm.
The First Lady of Musical Theatre Elaine Paige has performed live in concert all over the world. As a recording artist Elaine has released 22 solo albums, including 4 multi-Platinum and 9 Gold, has featured on 7 cast recordings and has had major worldwide hits with songs such as Memory (Cats) and I Know Him So Well (Chess.)
As a musical theatre performer Elaine has made a major contribution to the modern musical. She has starred in more smash hit West End & Broadway musicals than anyone else of her generation and continues to present the hugely successful weekly BBC Radio 2 programme Elaine Paige on Sunday, which celebrates the best of Broadway, Hollywood and the West End, and continues to delight audiences of over 2.5 million listeners each week.
This very special date at The Alban Arena see’s Elaine perform many of the hits that made her a global star and some of her favourite songs are given the Paige treatment. An unmissable evening!
“Paige transfixes the audience with a succession of her trademark contemplative, emotionally powerful interpretations, interspersed with some fascinating anecdotes about her stage career” Musical Theatre Review
“A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to watch the lady who has quite rightly been given the epithet ‘First Lady Of Musical Theatre’ in an intimate, informal concert of epic proportion! A thousand times ‘bravo!” North West End
“The night as a whole was sensational, and it was an honour to witness musical theatre royalty doing what she does best.” Grapevine
“If she is the Queen of the stage, then this latest offering is nothing short of regal – long may she reign.” Redbrick
“With her biggest hit Memory from Cats and With One Look from Sunset Boulevard as part of the set list, it’s a moment you don’t want to miss.” ManchestersFinest
“You don’t have to be a musical theatre fan to get the most out of this incredible concert.” Break A Leg