TheatreRadio - Thoroughly Modern Millie

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Posted: 2/23/05 at 6:51pm
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Millie Night with Tim McArthur
Live On TheatreRadio

Sunday 27th February
5pm GMT

Repeated Daily At 2pm And 10pm GMT

To celebrate the start of its first UK Tour, TheatreRadio is hosting ‘MILLIE NIGHT’ with it’s own Tim McArthur at the helm!

As well as playing some of the show’s fantastic 20’s music, Tim will be joined in the studio by Lesley Joseph, Donna Steele and many other stars from the show. As well as chatting about their MILLIE experiences, we have a pair of tickets and a signed poster to give away, so make sure you tune in!

Based on the 1967 Oscar Winning film, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE transports audiences to Manhattan in the Roaring Twenties, at the height of the Jazz Age. A young Millie Dillmount travels from Kansas in search of a new life and a wealthy husband. As she checks in to the Hotel Priscilla she encounters the eccentric proprietor, Mrs Meers, and her riotous adventures in New York city begin.

The show stars LESLEY JOSEPH as the eccentric Mrs Meers; GRACE KENNEDY as the jazz diva Muzzy Van Hossmere; and reprising her critically acclaimed West End role, DONNA STEELE as the thoroughly modern Millie Dillmount. With a highly talented cast of over 25 mixing original production and new cast members, a 10 piece orchestra, and a dazzling set, this show will without a doubt, sparkle and shine!

With a range of theatre classics and more contemporary tracks, TheatreRadio provides a unique blend of music and is accessible to everyone wanting to listen to musical theatre. You can now listen to music absolutely free of charge, anywhere, be it at work or at home. Simply visit and click ‘Listen’. As well as providing great music, the website has loads of information on musicals playing in London’s West End as well as those on tour across the UK. You can even buy tickets, CD’s and other items for musicals whose tracks you will undoubtedly hear on TheatreRadio!