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Music in the Morning – Lloyd Webber & Friends

Mon 7 Mar

Celebrating the life and songs of the Broadway and West End legend.

Musical theatre lovers rejoice! This narrative concert performance features over 20 hit songs composed by Lloyd Webber and his greatest friends and influences.

Award-winning stage and screen performer Ian Stenlake (Mamma Mia! The Musical, Georgy Girl, Guys & Dolls) and acclaimed singer Michelle Fitzmaurice will treat the audience to a cavalcade of songs composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and the composers he admired and drew inspiration from, including Lerner & Loewe, Rogers & Hammerstein, Tim Rice and Elton John.

Over 20 hit songs from classics like Cats, Phantom, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita, The Lion King and many more are highlighted in this sparkling new concert with acclaimed musician Dean Sky Lucas on the grand piano.

Post-Show Lunch Voucher

$15 post-show Lunch Voucher

Pre-book a meal and drink at The Social when you book your tickets!

For only $15pp our great value Post-Show lunch voucher lets you choose from our Chef’s Specials Board, served with a coffee, tea or soft drink.
Menus are updated regularly, and will always include at least one vegetarian and one gluten-free option.

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What is Music in the Morning?

Music in the Morning is a series that fills the historic Wollongong Town Hall with delightful daytime concerts.

Don’t forget the free morning tea that is served too! Meet your friends before the show for a cuppa, slice of cake and a chat – then sit back and relax as you enjoy a range of musical classics. You won’t be disappointed!

Wheelchair access, mobility assistance and induction hearing loop compatible with T-switch hearing aids are available.

We’re committed to delivering safe & enjoyable performing arts experiences.

For important information and FAQs, please visit www.merrigong.com.au/staysafe.

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