Win a double pass to Beyond the Barricade
Tuesday 26 June 2018, 8pm
State Theatre, Sydney
To enter, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact details and why you want to win this double pass.
Competition closes Sunday 20th May at midnight.
The UK’s critically-acclaimed show BEYOND THE BARRICADE, a glittering concert of musical showstoppers, will make its debut in Australia this year, touring to 24 cities from 1st June.
Starring past principal performers from Les Misérables in the West End and on UK tour, this blockbusting two-hour show features favourite songs from the world’s greatest West End and Broadway musicals including the latest sensation Hamilton, The Phantom of the Opera, Chicago, Evita, Wicked, Miss Saigon, Mamma Mia, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Lion King and of course Les Misérables, to name just a few.
BEYOND THE BARRICADE has been delighting audiences throughout the UK and Europe for 19 years, from London’s Royal Albert Hall to the Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria Cunard cruise liners. The show made its debut in Asia in 2015, performing sold-out concerts in Manila, Singapore and Hong Kong, followed by a 21-venue tour of New Zealand in 2016. Due to popular demand BEYOND THE BARRICADE returns to New Zealand this year, before touring Australia.
The former cast members of London’s longest-running musical, Les Misérables, include Andy Reiss, who has played numerous male roles including Jean Valjean and Enjolras; David Fawcett, who played Valjean; Katie Leeming who played the role of Eponine; and Poppy Tierney, who played Cosette.
The four performers are accompanied by an ensemble of talented musicians to create an authentic live experience, capturing all the passions and orchestrations of the original shows.
BEYOND THE BARRICADE is produced by Lunchbox Theatrical Productions.
Venue: Queens Park Theatre
Date & Time: Friday 1 June @ 8pm
Venue: Concert Hall
Date & Time: Saturday 2 June @ 8pm
Date & Time: Sunday 3 June @ 5pm
Venue: Wendouree Centre for Performing Arts
Date & Time: Friday 8 June @ 8pm
Venue: Capital Theatre
Date & Time: Saturday 9 June @ 8pm
Date & Time: Sunday 10 June @ 5pm
Venue: Frankston Arts Centre
Date & Time: Tuesday 12 June @ 8pm
Venue: Drum Theatre
Date & Time: Wednesday 13 June @ 8pm
Venue: GPAC – Costa Hall
Date & Time: Thursday 14 June @ 8pm
Venue: The Palms at The Crown
Date & Time:
Friday 15 June @ 7.30pm
Saturday 16 June @ 7.30pm
Sunday 17 June @ 5.30pm
MOUNT GAMBIER, SA
Venue: Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre
Date & Time: Wednesday 20 June @ 8pm
Venue: Hopgood Theatre
Date & Time: Thursday 21 June @ 8pm
PORT PIRIE, SA
Venue: Northern Festival Centre
Date & Time: Saturday 23 June @ 8pm
Venue: Chaffey Theatre
Date & Time: Sunday 24 June @ 5pm
Venue: State Theatre
Date & Time: Tuesday 26 June @ 8pm
Venue: Town Hall
Date & Time: Wednesday 27 June @ 8pm
Venue: Riverside Theatre
Date & Time: Thursday 28 June @ 8pm
Venue: Civic Theatre
Date & Time: Friday 29 June @ 8pm
PORT MACQUARIE, NSW
Date & Time: Saturday 30 June @ 8pm
Venue: Moncrieff Entertainment Centre
Date & Time: Wednesday 4 July @ 8pm
Venue: The Events Centre
Date & Time: Thursday 5 July @ 8pm
Venue: Empire Theatre
Date & Time: Friday 6 July @ 8pm
Venue: Logan Entertainment Centre
Date & Time: Saturday 7 July @ 8pm
GOLD COAST, QLD
Venue: The Star
Date & Time: Sunday 8 July @ 3pm
Venue: Concert Hall QPAC
Date & Time: Tuesday 10 July @ 8pm