Marlowe Theatre Presents A COMPÁS, VIVA LA DRAG, and PURIST in Upcoming Weeks, 9-14 June
Appearing at The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, for one night only are four shows featuring dance, classical music, comedy and cabaret.
Jaleo Flamenco return to Britain after three years with their latest new stage show A Compás. A fusion of heartwrenching vocals, explosive footwork and virtuoso guitar playing, some of Spain's finest award-winning artists combine their talents in this mesmerising tour de force. The show is in Canterbury on Monday (9 June).
The Philharmonia Orchestra conclude the 2013/14 season with a blast with Glinka's electrifying overture from Ruslan and Ludmilla, Rachmaninov's sublime Piano Concerto No 3 and Shostakovich's epic Symphony No 5. Conducted by Paavo Järvi and featuring piano soloist Kirill Gerstein, this concert, on Friday 13 June, will be the last time the orchestra perform in Canterbury until October, when the new season begins with a First World War Commemoration concert.
Fresh from its critically-acclaimed West End run, the glamtastic new stage show sensation Viva La Drag packs in more chart toppers than any other. Glee-style mash-ups blend classic hits with current number ones: Single Ladies, Stop In The Name Of Love, Car Wash, Get Lucky and scores more.
Including special guest Sam Buttery, of BBC1's The Voice fame, sweet harmonies, wondrous costumes and cutting edge variety, this dragtacular has glitz, hits, fun and kitsch. Viva La Drag is on Saturday 14 June.
Mock The Week regular Gary Delaney comes to The Marlowe Studio on Saturday 14 June with his show Purist.
For ticket details and to book for all of the shows, contact the Box Office on 01227 787787 or go to marlowetheatre.com.