The Sound Of Music UK Tour

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The Sound Of Music Uk Tour

Following an enormously successful tour in 2015/16, The Sound Of Music UK Tour  is back in 2018 and tickets are on sale now.

Produced by Bill Kenwright, directed by Martin Connor, choreographed by Olivier Award winner Bill Deamer, musical direction by David Steadman, this wonderfully lavish new staging of the classic musical coincides with the 50th anniversary of the film version – the most successful movie musical in history.

It all began with the story of the Trapp Family Singers and Baroness Maria von Trapp’s 1949 autobiography, which inspired Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse to create a Broadway musical in 1959. The Sound of Music tells the true story of the world-famous singing family, from their romantic beginnings and search for happiness, to their thrilling escape to freedom as their beloved Austria becomes part of the Third Reich at the start of WWII.

Casting is to be announced. Read our review of the last tour of The Sound Of Music

The unforgettable score features some of the most memorable songs ever performed on stage, including ‘Edelweiss’, ‘My Favourite Things’, ‘Do-Re-Mi’, ‘Climb Ev’ry Mountain’, ‘So Long, Farewell’ and of course, the title song, ‘The Sound of Music’.

THE SOUND OF MUSIC UK TOUR 2018

19 December 2017 – 6 January 2018
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16 – 20 January 2018
New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
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23 – 27 January 2018
King's Theatre Glasgow
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20 – 24 February 2018
Edinburgh Playhouse
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13 – 17 March 2018
Palace Theatre Manchester
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THE SOUND OF MUSIC – 2015/16 UK TOUR DATES

Thursday 15 – Saturday 17 January
Bromley, Churchill Theatre

Wednesday 21 – Saturday 31 January
Southampton, Mayflower Theatre

Monday 2 – Saturday 14 February
Sheffield, Lyceum Theatres

Monday 16 – Saturday 28 February
Glasgow, King’s Theatre

Tuesday 3 – Saturday 14 March
Carlisle, Sands Theatre

Tuesday 17 – Saturday 28 March
Cardiff, New Theatre

Monday 30 March – Saturday 11 April
New Wimbledon Theatre

Monday 13 – Saturday 25 April
Hull New Theatre

Monday 25 May – Saturday 6 June
Milton Keynes Theatre

Monday 8 – Saturday 20 June
Woking, New Victoria Theatre

Monday 22 June – Saturday 4 July
Bristol Hippodrome

Tuesday 7 – Saturday 18 July
Eastbourne, Congress Theatre

Monday 20 July – Saturday 1 August
Leeds Grand Theatre

Tuesday 4 – Saturday 15 August 2015
Grand Opera House Belfast

Monday 17 – Saturday 29 August 2015
Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin

Tuesday 1 – Saturday 12 September 2015
Theatre Royal, Newcastle

Monday 14 – Saturday 19 September 2015
Liverpool Empire

14 December 2015 – 2 January 2016
The Lowry, Salford

5 – 9 January 2016
Edinburgh Playhouse

12 – 16 January 2016
Her Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeeen

19 – 23 January 2016
Regent Theatre Stoke

2 – 6 February 2016
Festival Theatre, Malvern

9 – 13 February 2016
Swan Theatre, High Wycombe

16 – 20 February 2016
Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

23 – 27 February 2016
Regent Theatre, Ipswich

18 – 21 May 2016
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

24 – 28 May 2016
Hippodrome Theatre, Birmingham

31 May – 11 June 2016
Severn Theatre, Shrewsbury

14 – 18 June 2016
Llandudno – Venue Cymru

21 – 25 June 2016
Sunderland Empire

5 – 9 July 2016
Blackpool Opera House

11 – 16 July 2016
Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

25 – 30 July 2016
Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury

2 – 6 August 2016
Princess Theatre Torquay

9 – 13 August 2016
Truro Hall For Cornwall

16 – 20 August 2016
Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre

23 – 27 August 2016
Swansea Grand Theatre

6 – 10 September 2016
New Theatre Oxford

13- 17 September 2016
Plymouth Theatre Royal

20 – 24 September 2016
Nottingham Theatre Royal

27 September – 1 October 2016
Orchard Theatre Dartford

4 – 8 October 2016
Wolverhampton Grand

11 – 15 October 2016
De Montfort Hall , Leicester

18 – 22 October 2016
Theatre Royal Norwich

25 – 29 October 2016
New Wimbledon Theatre

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