Songs from the Shows at The Winter Gardens

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By ThePlayhouse at 17:08 on 26/11/13

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1st Call Entertainment present
Wednesday 4 December, 8pm

Tickets: Adults £12, Senior Citizens/Children £11, Parties of 10+ £10
Box Office: 01934 64 55 44

Popular songs from the best Broadway, West End and film musicals will resonate around Weston-super-Mare's Winter Gardens when the popular Summer Season show Songs From The Shows returns to the venue, for a Christmas Special on Wednesday 4 December.

Now in it's 18th Anniversary year, the show, which starts at 8pm, is a musical spectacular crammed full of great numbers from the magical world of stage and screen, as well as a festive selection of Christmas classics.

Songs From The Shows boasts numbers from the worlds best-loved musicals including songs from The Sound of Music, South Pacific, Carousel, Buddy, Jersey Boys and Les Miserables to name but a few.

The second half of the 2013 Christmas show features traditional Christmas songs including It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, White Christmas, Winter Wonderland, The Christmas Song and Christmas pop hits including Merry Christmas Everybody, Santa Claus is Coming to Town and Last Christmas to name just a few.

With two hours of great fun and entertainment lined up, this feel-good show is suitable for all the family and takes to the stage for one-night only on Wednesday 4 December at 8pm at the resort's Winter Gardens Pavilion.

This professionally produced show features a host of professional vocalists and is hosted by Summer Season veteran Julian Franks.

Tickets for what promises to be an exciting celebration of musicals are just £12 adults, £11 senior citizens and children, from the Box Office on 01934 64 55 44. There is also a special rate for parties of 10 or more.

Date: Wednesday, December 04, 2013

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