A brand new show by two very talented musical theatre performers is at Horsham’s Capitol this weekend.
Stephen Rahman-Hughes and Lee Mead bring Both Sides Now to the venue on Sunday, November 29 (7.30pm).
It promises to be a night of tunes from the many great artists who have influenced the guys’ love of music over the years.
The evening presents the tunes they have grown up with, the music that has inspired them, as well as songs that have featured throughout their careers in the music business.
Both Sides Now is not a show of West End classics, which has been done so many times before.
It’s a show about two guys who are very best friends and who both have had amazing experiences throughout their extensive careers.
Music enthusiasts are invited to come on a musical ride, featuring wonderful arrangements with elements of jazz, soul, pop and other genres.
The audience can expect the music of Stevie Wonder, Billie Holiday and Tony Bennett with Stephen and Lee’s takes on more contemporary artists too.
Lee Mead has been a regular in London’s West End since starring for 18 months in Joseph. He went on to study acting at the Lee Strasburg Institute in New York before returning to the West End for starring roles in Wicked and Legally Blonde.
Tickets cost £22 (concessions and Friends £20).
Call 01403 750220 or visit www.thecapitolhorsham.com.
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