Spectacular salute to the ‘King of the West End’

Michael Courtney is appearing in 'Love Changes Everything' at the Webster Memorial Theatre, Arbroath on Thursday, June 5.

Michael Courtney is appearing in 'Love Changes Everything' at the Webster Memorial Theatre, Arbroath on Thursday, June 5.

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If you missed Michael Ball in concert, don’t panic! ‘Love Changes Everything’, a celebration of the music of Michael Ball, will play at the Webster Memorial Theatre Arbroath for two special performances on Thursday, June 5.

This spectacular salute to the king of the West End musical pays tribute to his greatest hits, including the stirring ‘Empty Chairs at Empty Tables’ and ‘Bring Him Home’ from Les Miserables, the haunting ‘Gesthemene’ from Jesus Christ Superstar and the glorious ‘This is the Moment’ from Jekyll & Hyde.

Michael Courtney, one of the UK’s finest singers and guest artists, together with his live band, presents two hours of Michael Ball Bliss, raiding a wonderful back catalogue of concert favourites and featuring classics such as ‘Holding Out for a Hero’, ‘Something Inside So Strong’, and ‘One Night Only’.

And the finale? It could only be the song that shot Michael Ball to fame; ‘Love Changes Everything’ from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Aspects of Love’.

Michael Courtney has appeared in acclaimed theatre productions in the West End and on tour, including playing Joseph in ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ (Nottingham), Rolf in ‘The Sound of Music’ (touring), Action in ‘West Side Story’ (Lincoln) and Edmund in ‘King Lear’ (Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London).

Other theatre credits include ‘Lion In Winter’(with Richard Todd), ‘How The other Half Loves’ (with Eric Sykes) and ‘Run for your Wife’ (with Britt Eckland,) and he has also toured with Jasper Carrot, Anne Charleston and Gene Pitney.

Michael produced and directed the UK tour of the critically acclaimed ‘Mad About The Musicals’ and was nominated as the UK Producer of The Year by Encore Magazine.

‘Love Changes Everything’ is at the Webster Memorial Theatre on Thursday, June 5 at 2.30 and 7.30 p.m. Tickets are priced from £13 to £17.

Book online at www.webstertheatre.co.uk or call the box office on 01241 435800.