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Whats On 2015, ATG Tickets

2015 Highlights at The Palace Theatre and The Opera House

From East is East to Jesus Christ Superstar to The Bodyguard, Manchester's Palace Theatre and Opera House have a host of hit shows in store for you in 2015.

Add to that the best of ballet, comedy, opera and more, and you've got a year of fantastic entertainment ahead!

Here are just a few of the highlights:

 

Starring Jason Manford and based on Mel Brooks' much loved movie, The Producers is a hilarious musical comedy that has taken Broadway and the West End by storm. See it at the Palace Theatre in March.

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Opera meets ballet in this award-winning production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly, starring Korean soprano Elena Dee and Japanese soprano Miki Mori. Showing for one night only at the Opera House in March – book now.

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Following acclaimed productions of Sweeney Todd and Sunset Boulevard, Watermill Theatre returns with Calamity Jane, featuring classic songs The Black Hills of Dakota, The Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away) and Secret Love. See it at the Palace Theatre for one week only in March. 

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See Moscow City Ballet at its artistic best with their stirring production of the ballet Giselle, at the Opera House in March. Be swept away by beautiful costumes, world-class ballet, and the timeless story of village girl Giselle whose lover Albrecht is unmasked as a nobleman betrothed to another.

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Don't miss Swan Lake, the signature piece of the acclaimed Moscow City Ballet, when it arrives at the Opera House for two days only in March. The orchestra, choreography, interpretation, beauty and outstanding virtuoso performances win repeatedly rave reviews.

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Cole Porter’s uplifting, multi award-winning musical-comedy Anything Goes sails into the Opera House in April in this new production starring TV favourites Shaun Williamson and Kate Anthony, with the magnificent songs I Get a Kick Out of You, You’re the Top, and Anything Goes.

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Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar is back and as compelling as ever. Produced by Bill Kenwright and the creative team behind numerous blockbuster musicals, it will be a must-see of 2015. Book now to see it at the Palace Theatre in April – one week only.

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Return to the Forbidden Planet, the Olivier Award-winning spectacular arrives at the Palace Theatre in May on its 25th anniversary tour. With stunning special effects and a soundtrack of rock ‘n’ roll classics, this will be a night out to remember.

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Based on the classic comedy film, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels transports you to the French Riviera as two swindlers attempt to hoodwink a millionaire heiress. Don’t your chance to see this hilarious musical at the Opera House in May.

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The Bodyguard, the award-winning musical based on the blockbuster film, arrives at the Palace in December, starring Alexandra Burke. This ‘brilliant’ (The Times) romantic thriller, features many of Whitney Houston's greatest hits including One Moment in Time, Saving All My Love, I Wanna Dance With Somebody and I Will Always Love You.

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There's lots more on at the Palace Theatre and the Opera House in Manchester in 2015. To see the full listings, visit the dedicated ticket website: www.atgtickets.com

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