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Buy Thriller Live's Millionth Ticket And Win MJ Prizes! #MichaelJackson

Thriller Live, the concert show that celebrates the music of the world's greatest entertainer and undisputed King of Pop, Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5, is celebrating selling 1,000,000 tickets in the West End and starting its fifth amazing year at the Lyric Theatre.

And for one lucky Thriller Live fan attending the show on Tuesday January 29, it will be a night they will never ever forget!

 
They will get to meet the cast on stage to be presented with a millionth customer golden ticket, they will also receive a copy of the stunning, sold-out limited edition, The Official Michael Jackson Opus and a fantastic collection of Thriller Live merchandise and Michael Jackson CDs, courtesy of Sony Music.
 
Worth more than £450 and weighing in at a whopping 12kg, beautifully hand-bound in black leather, The Official Michael Jackson Opus is the only new publication approved and endorsed by the Estate of Michael Jackson and has more than 400 pages of never-before-seen photographs plus personal, heartfelt essays written exclusively by those who knew Michael Best.
 
Thriller Live moonwalked into the West End in January 2009 after three acclaimed UK tours. It is currently booking at the Lyric Theatre to Sunday September 15, 2013. Several world tours have seen the show play to acclaim in 32 countries, including Germany, Italy, Poland, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, France, Singapore, South Africa, China, Sweden, Finland and Norway. Just returned from a four- month run in Japan and opening in February for a five-month run in Brazil, Thriller - Live has now been seen by more than 2,500,000 people worldwide. And transporting the show worldwide has clocked up 1,000,000 truck miles
 
Unlike other West End productions, Thriller Live is not a rigid book musical with set songs, but is a constantly evolving music concert celebration. When Michael Jackson died, the Lyric Theatre became a focus for fans from all over the world, who created a massive shrine of flowers, candles, and tributes. More than 40 books of condolence were signed in the foyer then sent to the Jackson family. A year after his death, a permanent West End memorial to Michael was unveiled in the theatre foyer.
 
Thriller Live brings to life on stage the distinctive high-energy dancing and pulsating sound of many of pop's greatest hits, blending eye-popping video footage and effects together with dazzling choreography by the show's award-winning director Gary Lloyd. The show has regularly been updated with additional songs, new visuals and choreography.
 
To date, more than 30 boys have so far sang the hits of the young Michael Jackson in the West End and around the world. The need to have six available at any one time has led the producers of Thriller Live to launch an in-house training academy to train the boys. The MJ Academy opened its doors for the first time on Friday 9 November. Would-be MJs get classes in singing and dancing every Friday between 5pm and 8pm, with terms lasting three months.


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