Heads to Johannesburg for four performances only!
After rave reviews from its debut season in Centurion, Music of the Night – one composer, many lyricists, heads to Johannesburg for four performances only at The Dome on Melle (situated on the grounds of the NSA) from March 17th – 20th.
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Audiences will delight in enjoying some of their favourite hits from the Andrew Lloyd Webber songbook in this power punch of a musical.
Some 25 songs from 55 years of the composer’s collaboration with some of the great lyricists in the modern music genre. Lloyd Webber may have had three wives in his personal life, but he has had at least ten lyricists in his musical harem.
What Music of the Night does, is provide a musical highway for four of our most seasoned musical theatre artists, Craig Urbani, Carly Graeme, Adrian Galliard and Stephanie Baartman, to take their glorious voices out for a high level full throttle ride.
It also affords an opportunity to introduce an extra ordinary new talent, Emma-Jean Galliard who is part of the father/daughter duo who has taken the internet by storm.
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This internet sensation born in the deepest part of lockdown already has 56K Youtube subscribers and 79K Facebook followers.
The First Video they uploaded was The Prayer on 17 April 2020 (Easter Sunday) by the end of the day it had been shared all over and had had 25k views, within a week or two it was picked up by a music aggregator in the UK, The Music Man.
Within 2 weeks it had had over 7 million views on the Music Man.
In 2020 their version of Time to Say Goodbye went viral in South America when the Prensa Ginebra Newspaper's Facebook Page published it saying erroneously that they were the son & granddaughter of Andrea Boccelli.
The Video has gone on to amass over 15 Million views on the Prensa Ginebra Facebook Page. This lead to a 90min live interview with Radio Tu which broadcasts all over South America.
Music of the Night takes a close look at the music you’ve come to love . All the obvious hits are there – Any Dream Will Do, I Don’t Know How to Love Him, Memory, Phantom of the Opera, Don’t Cry for Me Argentina and many more, along with some surprises.
There is also a cheeky peek at some of the tunes that are alarmingly similar to other people’s tunes, making for an evening to satisfy every theatre lover.
For example did you know that the song Memory owes a lot to Ravel’s Bolero ?
Overall, this is a loving tribute to the greatest living composer of musicals who has been substantially responsible for the creation of great musical franchises of all time.
South Africans love a little Lloyd Webber.
All packaged into a non-stop 80-minute gift box of musical treats spanning 6 decades.
Musical Staging is by Joubert Jonker, with Musical Direction by Clifford Cooper and lighting by Jane Gosnell .
The striking new outdoor amphitheatre, The Dome on Melle, situated on the grounds of The National School of Arts (NSA), is the ideal way to enjoy live theatre in the outdoors.
The hits of Lloyd Andrew Lloyd Webber enjoyed under the stars – what could be better?
The venue just 400m up from Empire Road and behind the Joburg Theatre - also not to be confused with the now defunct Ticketpro Dome in North Riding - has the perfect socially distanced and safe outdoor space, ensuring the wellbeing of its patrons who attend shows and the artists who perform there.
The Dome on Melle offers an ideal outing in the heart of Joburg, safe secure parking on the grounds of the NSA, a raked amphitheatre in a tree flanked setting with excellent Sound and Lighting, making a trip to the show a stress-free experience.
The atmosphere is summery and casual – audiences are encouraged to bring their picnic baskets, including their own bottles (just no glass please) and cushions for their comfort on the pavilion. Even a blanket should the evenings turn chilly.
The venue is free seating.
Please note: No Mask, No Entry.
Performances of Music of the Night run at The Dome on Melle from Thursday 17th – Sunday 20th March for four performances only.
- Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 19h30
- Sunday at 14h30
Tickets are R220 and Bookings are online at Computicket.
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