West End Anthems heard in Hertfordshire

11:20 12 January 2014

A ‘must see’ musical show is bringing the West End to Hertfordshire this weekend.

West End Anthems, starring Kerry Ellis, can be seen on stage at Watford Colosseum tonight (Sunday) from 7.30pm.

The show brings together the extraordinary talents of Kerry Ellis, Alasdair Harvey, Helen Hobson and Oliver Tompsett, who between them have played the leading roles in the biggest and the best West End shows, including Wicked, We Will Rock You, The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Oliver!, Beauty and the Beast and Rock of Ages.

Tickets cost £27 and £25, concessions £2 off, with a £1.50 per ticket booking fee, capped at six per order.

Visit www.watfordcolosseum.co.uk for more information and to book online 24 hours a day.

Tickets can also be purchased by calling 0845 075 3993, or visiting the Watford Colosseum ticket office.

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