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Next Show: The Phantom of the Opera

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Lyrics by Charles Hart

Additional lyrics by Richard Stilgoe

Book by Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber

Based on the novel "Le Fantôme de 'l'Opéra" by Gaston Leroux

Originally directed by Harold Prince

Orchestrations by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber

Original production by Cameron Mackintosh Ltd. and The Really Useful Group Ltd.

An amateur youth production by arrangement with The Really Useful Group Ltd.

 

Andrew Lloyd Webber 70th Birthday Celebration

YESOS is thrilled to announce, in celebration of Andrew Lloyd Webber's 70th birthday in 2018, the monumental musical THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA at the Harlequin Theatre, Redhill.

Based on Leroux's 1909 novel Le Fantôme de l'Opéra, the musical opened in London's West End in October 1986 and on Broadway in January 1988 where it has been running concurrently ever since, with the London production celebrating it's 30th anniversary in 2016. THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is the world's most financially successful entertainment event to date, grossing an estimated $6 billion worldwide and has played to over 140 million people in 164 cities in 35 countries. The musical won seven Tony Awards at the 1988 ceremony, including Best Musical.

Set within the 19th century Paris Opera House, and it's labyrinth below, the beautiful soprano, Christine Daaé, becomes the object of obsession of a mysterious, disfigured musical genius.

The musical features some of Lloyd Webber's best known songs, including Music of the Night, All I Ask of You, Think of Me, Masquerade, Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again and the titular song The Phantom of the Opera.

Auditions will be open to all YESOS members aged 11 to 21 years(due to licensing laws) and requires a large ensemble cast.

​Click here for more information www.yesos.co.uk

There are also dance opportunities for those with strong classical ballet and pointe technique.

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Next Show: Remember

Remember...

A nostalgic evening of music and drama to honour and celebrate those caught up in conflicts since the beginning of The First World War.

On Sunday 11th November 2018, Armistice Day will commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One. ESOSOC and YESOS did not want to let that pass without doing our bit, so from Wednesday 7th to Friday 9th November we will be performing music, dance, drama and poetry paying tribute to the men and women of the World Wars and more. There will be laughter and, probably, some tears as we celebrate and honour our Armed Forces and their families, as well as those from our Allies, without whose help things would be so different today. The British Legion and Help for Heroes will be collecting before, during and after the performances (on different days) to raise much valued funds for their charities. Come and celebrate with us, come and sing with us – yes, there will music for the audience as well – and enjoy a nostalgic evening to help commemorate what the few did for the many!

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Remember

Remember...

A nostalgic evening of music and drama to honour and celebrate those caught up in conflicts since the beginning of The First World War.

On Sunday 11th November 2018, Armistice Day will commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One. ESOSOC and YESOS did not want to let that pass without doing our bit, so from Wednesday 7th to Friday 9th November we will be performing music, dance, drama and poetry paying tribute to the men and women of the World Wars and more. There will be laughter and, probably, some tears as we celebrate and honour our Armed Forces and their families, as well as those from our Allies, without whose help things would be so different today. The British Legion and Help for Heroes will be collecting before, during and after the performances (on different days) to raise much valued funds for their charities. Come and celebrate with us, come and sing with us – yes, there will music for the audience as well – and enjoy a nostalgic evening to help commemorate what the few did for the many!

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