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- Noël Coward's 'BLITHE SPIRIT'
Noël Coward’s BLITHE SPIRIT
Following the internationally acclaimed sold-out engagements on Broadway and London’s West End, television legend, Oscar-recipient and five-time Tony Award®-winner ANGELA LANSBURY returns to the stage this winter in her Tony Award®-winning role as Madame Arcati, in Michael Blakemore’s revival of Noël Coward’s smash-hit comedy, BLITHE SPIRIT.
For tickets go to mirvish.com.
- Feb 11
- The Wild Party
The Wild Party
The gin and jazz are flowing in this explosive musical set in 1920’s Manhattan, following the reckless relationship between a Vaudevillian clown and dancer as it spirals out of control during one ferocious get-together.
Michael John LaChiusa and George C. Wolfe’s thrilling Tony-nominated musical, based on the 1928 poem by Joseph Moncure March of the same name, was called “The first musical triumph of the new century!” by the New York Daily News.
Book tickets now!
- Feb 20
- CANADIAN STAGE PRESENTS 'HARPER REGAN'
The New Classical FM is the “Official Radio Sponsor” of “Harper Regan” at The Bluma Appel Theatre in Downtown Toronto from March 1 to 21. A new play about one woman’s tale of need to explore the very meaning of loyalty, morality, and the bonds of family.
- Mar 1
- Chinese New Year Carnival China 2015
The New Classical FM is the “Radio Sponsor” of Chinese New Year Carnival China 2015
It’s a one of a kind spectacular performance of the renowned Legend of China Production Group from Beijing.
For tickets go to ticketmaster.ca.
- Mar 2
- Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
Direct from London’s Royal Albert Hall and The Sydney Opera House this unique entertainment offering pays homage to “Fawlty Towers” the TV Series. With only a third of the show scripted anything can happen as diners in the “Faulty Towers” restaurant enjoy a hilarious time and a 3 course meal.
- Mar 4
- Noël Coward's 'BLITHE SPIRIT'
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ON THIS DAY IN MUSIC HISTORY! The Beatles released Twist and Shout in the United States and also began filming “Hard Days Night” 1964!
Keith Richards was arrested at Toronto’s Harbour Castle Hotel, after an ounce of heroin was found following a raid of his hotel room by 15 RCMP.
This day in music history, The Eagles released ‘Hotel California’ After three months of being released, the song had been certified Gold. The band also won a Grammy Award for Record of the Year.
On this day in music history, Nancy Sinatra‘s song ‘These Boots Are Made For Walking’ was certified Gold from the RIAA. To be certified gold, a song must sell beyond 1,000,000 units.
Elvis Presley’s album Elvis was certified gold. It was the King’s first gold record. The album was released in at the end of January and spent four weeks at #1 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart. Otis Blackwell wrote ‘Paralyzed’ with Elvis.
Today in 1958 Frank Sinatra starts a five week run at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart with ‘Come Fly With Me’.
On February 7th, 1964 The Beatles were met by over 5,000 screaming fans as they arrived at New York’s JFK airport.
Elvis Presley, along with Scotty Moore and Bill Black, made his first National television appearance on the Dorsey Brother’s Stage Show. During the performance he did a rendition of ‘Heartbreak Hotel.’
On January 22nd, 1966, The Beach Boys went into studio to record ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’, which would be the opening track on their forthcoming album ‘Pet Sounds.’