The Night of 1000 Stars

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Since 1999, The Night of 1000 Stars, the sister event to The Night of 1000 Voices, has delighted capacity audiences at the Royal Albert Hall. With the show returning in 2013 expect, once again, stellar performers from London and New York, together with the magnificent organ of the Royal Albert Hall, the City of London Philharmonic and the West End Chorus. Book now for this spectacular musical event hosted by Alan Titchmarsh.
 

About

In 2013, The Night of 1000 Stars will be celebrating the works of the great Broadway producer and director, Harold ‘Hal’ Prince, and will again be for the benefit of The Caron Keating Foundation. This wonderful charity makes a considerable difference to individuals and families affected by, and dealing with, cancer. It gives a significant number of grants throughout Britain and is administered by Caron Keating's mother, Gloria Hunniford, and her family.

Featuring timeless classics from Princes' shows including: West Side Story, Evita, The Phantom of the Opera, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, A Little Night Music, Sweeney Todd, Follies, Cabaret and Parade.
 

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