The Sound of Music comes to the National Concert Hall
This Christmas, why not escape to Austria with Festival Productions as they bring the world’s favourite musical The Sound of Music to the National Concert Hall. The much loved classic is a treat for every generation and sure to go down well with the whole family.
This lavish production is directed by Tony Finnegan and created by the company which previously brought Oliver!, Annie and The Wizard of Oz to the National Concert Hall. Starring Ceara Grehan as Maria, the naive young nun who leaves the convent to work for Captain Von Trapp and his 7 children and ends up changing their lives, this production of the much loved Julie Andrews seasonal favourite is set to stun, and audience favourites Jimmy Dixon and Mel Ryan return to the stage as Max Detweiler and The Baroness. Running from Thursday December 27th to Thursday January 3rd and with tickets from only €18, you can enjoy the glorious music of Rodgers & Hammerstein including all-time favourites Do-Re-mi, Climb Every Mountain, Edelweiss, Lonely Goatherd and My Favourite Things in the glorious surrounds of the National Concert Hall in a truly festive fashion.
Story by EI Team | 09:00 | Wednesday 5th December 2012 | Theatre
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