Any Dream Will Do second runner-up Lewis Bradley will play 'Joseph' while Lee Mead is on Holiday


Any Dream Will Do second runner-up Lewis Bradley will play 'Joseph' while Lee Mead is on Holiday

Any Dream Will Do second runner-up Lewis Bradley will play 'Joseph' in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. while Lee Mead is on Holiday on weeks commencing 14 & 21 Jan, 10 Mar & 5 May 2008.

Lee Mead is also on holiday on weeks commencing 28 July & 15 Sep, but his replacement for these weeks have not been confirmed yet!

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, opened at the Adelphi Theatre 17 July 2007, following previews from 6 July 2007, to mainly positive notices from the popular press: THE EVENING STANDARD says, "It offers a seductive blend of camp, kitsch." THE TIMES says, "The show is a reminder of how splendidly versatile Lloyd Webber can be. Nor has Rice written jauntier lyrics." THE STAGE says, "Rice and Lloyd Webber’s score remains as infectious as ever." THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says, "Lee Mead...looks good in a loin cloth, and has a powerful and expressive voice...By the end, however his vocals were beginning to sound a touch frayed."

This is a new staging of the 1990’s London Palladium production, which was directed by the late Steven Pimlott, and is once again designed by Mark Thompson and choreographed by Anthony Van Laast.

The show has music by Andrew Lloyd Webber & lyrics by Tim Rice.

The musical retells the biblical story of Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours. Themany famoussongs include 'Any Dream Will Do', 'Close Every Door To Me', and 'One More Angel min Heaven'.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is currently taking bookings to 18 Oct 2008

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