The great thing about the fabulous musicals which grace the stages of London's West End
The great thing about the fabulous musicals which grace the stages of London's West End and New York's Broadway is that we know the songs so well, it doesn't matter which language they're sung in.
Take Grease for example, tell me more, tell me more, tell me more, I hear you saying. This musical, celebrating its 40th anniversary, transfers perfectly to the stage hear in Palma, even though the
songs are in Spanish we can all sing along, just take a look at the video and I dare you not to join in!
Palma Auditorium is hosting the show from 2nd to 5th August with six performances over the four days. Already, over 200,000 people have seen the spectacular – which features a cast of 33 and 6
musicians – in Madrid and Barcelona.
Shortly after that, there's a chance to see The Show must Go On which features some of the best songs ever from the top musicals of the past – Jesus Christ Superstar, The Phantom of the Opera,
Cats, Rocky Horror Show, Shrek, Fame, Mamma Mia! and Los Miserables – from the 14th to 18th August.
For details of all the performances and ticket sales, take a look at Palma Auditorium's site.