Home­com­ing show for singer/ ac­tor Lee Bright

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - ON SHOW -

AN AC­TOR will per­form a show with a string of world class mu­si­cal hits in his home the­atre.

Lee Bright is re­turn­ing to the El­giva the­atre in Che­sham on Oc­to­ber 3 as one of the seven main singers in the Rogers and Ham­mer­stein Song­book.

The pro­duc­tion fea­tures an ar­ray of songs from mu­si­cal clas­sics such as; The Sound of Mu­sic, South Pa­cific, The King and I, Carousel and Ok­la­homa. The show aims to cel­e­brate the golden age of mu­si­cal the­atre.

Lee, 36, said: “I am very ex­cited as I get to walk to work and it is a fan­tas­tic the­atre.

“The show has got loads of old songs, a lot of peo­ple will know the songs. It is very un­usual to see all of the mu­si­cal songs all in one show but we have got the rights. It is very lucky for au­di­ences to see any­thing like this any­where in the world.”

Lee first per­formed in the the­atre five years ago and after meet­ing his wife, who was the chore­og­ra­pher for the pan­tomime he was in, de­cided to make the town his home.

Since then, he has per­formed Snow White, Robin Hood and The Wizard of Oz at the the­atre. He also teaches act­ing

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