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Gershwin Remembered Event

20:00 - 21:00
12 March 2012
Nuffield Theatre Studio Cafe University Road Southampton SO17 1TR

For more information regarding this event, please telephone Louise Johnson on 023 8059 8424 or email .

Event details

A Music Department production, featuring guest star Daniel Boys, as part of the Gershwin 75 Festival.

Daniel Boys

An affectionate and nostalgic rendering of classic Gershwin songs from the shows performed by internationally renowned musical theatre star Daniel Boys, ably supported by a cabaret band and singers drawn from the University of Southampton’s Music Department.

Director: Russ Tunney
Musical Director: Andrew Fisher

Tickets are available from the Nuffield Theatre's box office
023 8067 1771;
Tickets £10.00 (£8.00 concessions)

Daniel Boys
Daniel is an award-winning singer and actor who trained at the Guildford School of Acting.

His West End credits include: Rent, (Prince of Wales Theatre); Grease (Victoria Palace) and Avenue Q (at both the Gielgud and Noel Coward Theatres - a show which earned him the 2009 Theatregoers Choice Award for 'Best Takeover in a Role'). His numerous other credits include: the 40th Anniversary production of Godspell (Palace Theatre, Manchester), Sweeney Todd (Royal Festival Hall, London), The War of the Worlds (UK National Tour), West Side Story (European Tour), Sunset Boulevard (UK National Tour) and most recently Peter Pan here in Southampton and at the Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin.

He has performed worldwide in concert and has sung with artists such as Hayley Westenra, John Barrowman and Bryn Terfyll. In 2009 he released his debut album So Close, which has proved popular worldwide and is still a best seller at London's Dress Circle. His appearance on the hugely successful BBC TV talent show Any Dream Will Do in 2007 firmly established him as one of the UK's brightest emerging musical talents.

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Gershwin 75

A festival celebrating the music of George Gerswhin

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