Puttin' On The Ritz with Special Guest Rob Mills
When: Sunday 10 September, 7.30pm
Where: Albury Entertainment Centre, 525 Swift Street, Albury
Price: $89.90 Adult, $84.90 Concession, $84.90 Child 2-15, $84.90 Group 10+pp
Mellen Events present for the first time in Australia, direct from the U.K. with a cast of West End stars, PUTTIN’ ON THE RITZ, the song & dance extravaganza – with special guest Rob Mills.
Travel back to the golden age of Hollywood where melody, rhythm and dance was king! The dazzling theatre spectacle Puttin’ On The Ritz brings to life the music of Irving Berlin, Cole Porter and George Gershwin.
Cheek to Cheek, Alexander’s Rag Time Band, Birth of the Blues, Swanee, Night and Day, I Got Rhythm, Easter Parade, Puttin On The Ritz and so many more. The most famous songs of the Golden Age of Hollywood are recreated live on stage with award winning singers and dancers in glittering costume.
Touring the country for the very first time this August & September, and starring Australia’s own golden boy Rob Mills, along with an acclaimed cast of West End stars direct from the U.K. Puttin’ On The Ritz is the must see premiere musical theatre event for 2017.
From the Promotor who took you back to the roaring twenties with the hugely popular In The Mood theatre tour in 2016, Puttin’ On The Ritz is an all-singing, all-dancing celebration of some of the most iconic music of all time.
Starring Rob Mills, the new face of Australian theatre who first came to the country’s attention as a finalist on Australian Idol and has gone on to become a bona fide theatre star in his own right. Rob has appeared in numerous productions including prime roles in Legally Blonde, Wicked, Grease, Hairspray and Ghost the Musical. His matinee idol good-looks and acting talent can currently be seen during his guest role on the perennial Australian TV favourite Neighbours.
The show is produced by David King, one of the most successful theatrical producers ever to come out of the UK. David has had hit shows all over the world, owns his own theatres in America and, at any one time, up to 20 of his shows are appearing around the globe, to the highest critical acclaim. Credited with bringing musicals to the masses and affectionately known as “the working man’s Andrew Lloyd Webber”, David’s shows have toured in more than 30 countries, and he is the first producer from the Western world to have three consecutive tours in China, playing to over a million people.