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The Glenn Miller Story tickets are available now. Do not miss your chance to see Rock legend Tommy Steele return to the West End stage!
As his legion of fans already know, Tommy Steele – Britain’s first Rock and Roll Star – made his legitimate debut in 1958 starring in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, which enjoyed a sold out run at the London Coliseum. What they probably don’t know is that the inspiration for Tommy’s extraordinary career was an American band leader whose music Tommy had worshipped from the moment he first heard it in his early teens…
And so, 60 years on, TOMMY STEELE returns to THE LONDON COLISEUM to salute his idol GLENN MILLER in a new musical celebration.
The Glenn Miller Story features the journey the legendary big band leader took to find his unique sound, and his subsequent fame and untimely death. With the authentic sounds of In the Mood, Moonlight Serenade, Little Brown Jug, Pennsylvania 6-5000, Tuxedo Junction, Chattanooga Choo Choo, and many more era-defining favourites. It is produced by Bill Kenwright with choreography by Olivier Award Winner Bill Deamer and direction by Bob Tomson and Bill Kenwright.
Glenn Miller was the best selling recording artist in the world from 1939 to 1943, leading one of the best known big bands. In those four years he scored 23 number-one hits – more than Elvis Presley and The Beatles.
Tommy Steele landed his first UK number-one with Singing the Blues in January 1957, reaching the top spot before Elvis, the same year he filmed The Tommy Steele Story, one of Britain’s great rock ‘n’ roll movies.
His career has included over twenty hit singles, twelve hit musical movies – including Finian’s Rainbow, The Happiest Millionaire, and of course Half A Sixpence – and countless award winning stage musicals such as Half A Sixpence, Hans Andersen and Singin’ in the Rain. Tommy starred in the musical Scrooge, which enjoyed two successful runs at the London Palladium, and made him the theatre’s all-time record breaking performer, having headlined more performances than any other star in its history.
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Fiona Nossiter22nd August
Not what I expected but did enjoy as did my father of 84
MR TERENCE ARNOLD17th August
Great show wih a fantastic band, Tommy Steele and cast really brought the story to life. Be prepared to participate and you will have a great time!
Sheila Parker17th August
Amazing entertainment from the beginning to the end
Mr james pickin17th August
tommy steel and the rest of the cast were great as was the band. I enjoyed the show very much.
Therese Tarrant16th August
Exceptional performance by all the cast. Music fantastic. No fancy costumes, no frills, but certainly no need, the musIc and performers said it all. As for Tommy, bearing his age he was wonderful, a true talent even at the ripe old age of 81. Long may he continue to perform. I would recommend this musical for anyone. Well done Tommy and all the performers. Brilliant show.
Ann Dickman16th August
We throughly enjoyed the show, Tommy ISteele was amazing, also Marti Webb, the music was great, lovely dancing and singing. So glad we saw it.
inger klefelt16th August
Wonderful Tommy, wonderful cast, great musicians and music. Top performance. Love from Norway ????
Really enjoyed show. Our first time in London for 6 years. I am a Bermonsey girl myself so knew Tommy would be a stay. Wonderful.
Great show Tommy Steele brilliant and band was superb .
Michael Wilson16th August
Amazing show, Tommy hasn’t lost His Great showmanship ??
Graham Brown15th August
In a word "Magical"! When the orchestra hit the Glen Miller Sound there was hardly a dry eye in the house. It was good that the film version was not followed
A G15th August
A great show and pleasing to purchase the tickets so easily. An easily accessible web site which we used last minute. Great service thank you?