A LIGHT-HEARTED LOOK AT LOVE WITH MUSIC BY
GERSHWIN, BERLIN, RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN,
NOËL COWARD & COLE PORTER
Romance - like the car keys, your glasses and the TV remote - is never there when you need it. This delightfully funny entertainment takes a wry look at love: from that first tentative ad in the 'Lonely Hearts' column, through Valentine's Day, the flowers, and Champagne, the wooing, the wedding . . . and beyond.
The show fizzes with humour from Woody Allen to Stephen Fry; and is packed with classic love songs by George Gershwin, Lerner & Loewe, Rodgers & Hart, Irving Berlin, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stephen Sondheim and Noël Coward.
Add to these a clutch of songs from the West End’s biggest hits - Cats, Oliver!, Guys and Dolls, Oklahoma!, The Phantom of the Opera - and you have the recipe for the perfect after-dinner show: packed with melody, comedy, nostalgia and romance.
"Jan Hartley is brilliant . . .
a magnificent voice"