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About Oklahoma

Starring Marti Webb and Mark Evans

The must see show of the year', from the producers of such massive touring hits as South Pacific, 42nd Street, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and many more comes a brand new revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic musical Oklahoma!

Famously, the show opens with 'Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' and contains a sumptuous and rousing score full of wonderful songs such as 'The Surrey with The Fringe on Top', 'People Will Say We're in Love', 'Many a New Day', 'I Can't Say No', and the final rousing chorus of 'Oklahoma' - as the music soars the audience is carried along on the emotional journey of one of the most famous love stories in musical history.

The show stars one of Britain's most popular leading ladies Marti Webb as Aunt Eller (West End credits include Blood Brothers, Tell me On A Sunday, Song and Dance, Evita, Cats, Thoroughly Modern Millie and many more), and Mark Evans, as Curly, best known as the runner up in the BBC's Your Country Needs You, the search for a singer to represent Britain in the Eurovision song contest. Mark however has a string of musical theatre credits to his name including Spamalot and Wicked in the West End, he played the global heart-throb Troy Bolton in the London cast of High School Musical and the cult movie heart throb Brad Majors in the Rocky Horror Show.

"A mightily impressive show. Catch it while you can" Liverpool Echo

"The show's singing and dancing are intoxicating, the live orchestra superb." Southern Daily Echo

"A rich, vibrant, exquisitely choreographed toe-tapper of a show." The Stage

"The sets, the costumes, and the fabulously choreographed dance routines rival any West End show. Be sure not to miss it!" Bournemouth Daily Echo

"What a magnificent musical this is! It delivers on every count. It's stamped through with vibrant exuberance and overflows with the feelgood factor. An evening of unalloyed joy" Plymouth Evening Herald

"They don't write them like that anymore. The reality is with productions as good as this they don't need to for it is as fresh, fast and funny as it was when written 67 years ago. In a cast which ticks the "first class box" at every level there is an outstanding performance from Mark Evans as Curly." Bristol Evening Post

"Oh what a beautiful show" Wiltshire Times