This uproarious new musical comedy by Peter Sham and Brad Carroll is a riotous, unpredictable explosion of mistaken identities and unexpected romance - based on the award-winning West End and Broadway hit comedy by Ken Ludwig.
It’s 1934, and the world’s greatest tenor Tito Merelli has come to Cleveland, Ohio, to save its Grand Opera Company by singing Otello. When he is unexpectedly incapacitated, Max, the Opera Director’s meek assistant, is given the daunting task of finding a last-minute replacement. Chaos ensues - including a scheming soprano, a tenor-struck ingénue, a jealous wife and the Cleveland Police department.
The Independent has a whopping 30 pairs of tickets to this musical extravaganza to give away. Getting your hands on them couldn't be simpler: just fill in your details below!
This brand-new production is directed by Olivier Award-winning director Ian Talbot (High Society, Anything Goes) and choreographed by Tony-nominated choreographer Randy Skinner (42nd Street, White Christmas). The cast includes the Olivier Award-winning Matthew Kelly. For more information, click here.
This competition closes on Friday 10 June.
Terms and Conditions
- Winners' tickets are valid for the 7.30pm performance on Thursday 16 June 2011 only.
- Tickets to be picked up at the box office of the Gielgud Theatre on the night of the performance.
- Tickets will be held under winners’ names.
- Subject to availability.
- No cash alternative.
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