Broadway magic in February with the Sound of Music

26 December 2017 - 320   - 0

An inaugural venture between Cinnamon Life and Broadway Asia International, The Sound of Music comes to Nelum Pokuna next year.

The hills will come alive this in February next year, as Cinnamon Life in partnership with Broadway Asia International introduces Broadway theatre to Sri Lanka with the Andrew Lloyd Webber and David Ian Production of the Sound of Music.

Rekindling fond memories of raindrops and roses and whiskers on kittens, this spectacular event promises to be a memorable experience for the entire family. The show will be staged at the Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre from February 14-18, 2018.

Sharing his thoughts on the project, President Leisure Sector of John Keells Holdings Krishan Balendra says that Cinnamon Life is spearheading the opportunity to bring world-class entertainment to Sri Lanka, especially against the backdrop where tourism is set to be the prime foreign exchange earner for the country. He went on to say that world-renowned classics like The Sound of Music will showcase memorable performances that can captivate audiences, and in turn hype up Colombo’s entertainment scene.

Cinnamon Life presents Andrew Lloyd Webber and David Ian, the Really Useful Group production of The Sound of Music. Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind experience. Tickets can be booked on 011 2161161 or through www.cinnamonboxoffice.com.


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