Important Changes to 'The Greatest Show: Live in Concert'

Published on:
Saturday 11th August 2018


Due to recent changes in music licensing rules regarding the songs from ‘The Greatest Showman’, the producers have been forced to make several changes to the show ‘The Greatest Show: Live in Concert’.

It will no longer be possible to perform the show as a live concert version of the film with circus acts as was originally advertised.

The show is being rebranded as ‘The Greatest Show: Songs from Hollywood’ and will feature songs in concert from hit movies such as Frozen, Dreamgirls, Dirty Dancing, Shrek, Moulin Rouge, and Mamma Mia, as well the biggest hits from the Greatest Showman "The Greatest Show", “This is Me”, “Never Enough” and "Come Alive".

The show’s producers have said:

“Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, we are now unable to perform selected songs from The Greatest Showman soundtrack and the production will no longer feature the circus acts that we had planned.

"The show has evolved considerably over the past few weeks to incorporate a number of other elements and the producer will be providing exclusive rehearsal studio footage very shortly.

"We’re delighted to confirm that an all-star West End cast has been assembled including JACQUELINE HUGHES (Elphaba in Wicked, Mary Poppins), GEMMA ATKINS (Kinky Boots, Wicked, Grease), CICI HOWELLS (Saturday Night Fever, Thoroughly Modern Millie), alongside Welsh Tenor MICHAEL JENKINS - accompanied by an impressive live-band, compere and stunning visual effects.”

If you have previously purchased tickets for this show, the Box Office will be in touch shortly. If you have any immediate questions or concerns regarding your tickets, please contact the Box Office on 01305 783225.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.