|26th June 2022|
Carnegie Hall East Port, Dunfermline KY12 7JA
|£29.50 + £1 Reservation Fee|
|Visit the event website here|
MEET AND GREET IS BEFORE THE SHOW AT 6pm : £62.50 contact Box Office for Details.
Ansell’s Les Musicals’ Live Concert Tour is the ultimate celebration of Musical Theatre.
Jonathan Ansell (G4 Frontman) and Jai McDowall (Britains Got Talent – Winner) have joined forces to create a dramatic and spine-tingling concert. This vocally dynamic evening showcases even more smash-hit songs from the greatest musicals of all time, brought to you by two of the world’s finest voices.
Come and immerse yourself into the world of Musical Theatre with classics from Les Miserables, Phantom of The Opera, Wicked, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Greatest Showman, Miss Saigon, Chess, We Will Rock You and many more…
After sell-out shows in 2018 & 2019, Ansell’s Les Musicals returns in 2022 due to phenomenal demand.
‘Les Musicals’ is in no way connected with or authorised by CML, Alain Boubil Music Limited or CML’s Les
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