Nogal Productions are hoping to float everyone’s boat when they “launch” their ticket sales for Titanic: The Broadway Musical on the anniversary of the famous boat’s maiden voyage.
The company is presenting Titanic: The Broadway Musical at Lytham’s Lowther Pavilion from July 19 to 23 but tickets go on sale on Sunday, April 10 and until June there will be a £2 saving on each one.
The musical has now been fully cast and the orchestra will be led by Dave Christie who has previously led orchestras for West End tours for Cameron Mackinstosh.
Sue Gallagher MBE is the show’s director and says she feels honoured to be spearheading this production.
“The music in this show is stirring and very moving,” she said. “It is very rewarding but demanding working on this show, currently we are having extensive workshops with our cast and learning about these brave and truly inspirational people who made the journey to the new world of America.”
The audience will be part of the ‘experience’ as soon as they enter the venue where there will be a Titanic exhibition in the foyer, another unique part of this production.
Sue added: “I was lucky to see parts of the Broadway production which swept the Tony awards and urge people to come and see this landmark musical right here in our area.”
Tickets are £13 and £12 and are available from the Lowther Pavilion box office on (01253) 658666 or online at www.lowtherpavilion.co.uk.