robinIt’s that time of year where people we once again embrace all the traditions that come with the festive season. From choosing the Christmas tree, to shopping for the perfect gifts, it’s a time of year that’s exciting for both adults and children alike.
One of the UK’s most beloved Christmas traditions is pantomime. Nothing quite gets families in the Christmas spirit like a trip to the theatre to watch a panto. And this year, the residents of Lincoln are in for a treat.
The New Theatre Royal is welcoming an all-star cast, including Andy Abraham, for a stage adaptation of Aladdin. Full of laughs, adventures, and a touch of magic, Andy will take on the role of Genie of the Lamp.
Having performed in many pantos around the country for many years, Andy will bring his professionalism and soulful voice to panto-goers throughout the festive season.
Aladdin will be charming audiences from 4 December – 7 January.
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A truly ‘unforgettable’ show presented by Andy Abraham set to hit the stage
Likeminded in their style, approach and vocal talent, Andy has created the ultimate dedication to his musical hero, the legend that is Nat King Cole.
Named Andy Abraham Presents: The Nat King Cole Songbook, Andy has created a show celebrating the life and career of the American jazz vocalist. The show will tour the UK, commencing in the autumn of 2018, and will feature songs by Nat King Cole. In between songs Andy will present the history of the man himself, covering the highlights of his life and details from his career which spanned some 30 years.
The show’s repertoire will feature some of Nat’s most iconic songs, including:
• Smile
• Let’s Face the Music and Dance
• Straighten Up and Fly Right
• (Get your Kicks) On Route 66
• Mona Lisa
• When I Fall in Love
• Nature Boy
• Unforgettable
Having blown the country away when he first made his mark on the music industry back in 2005 on The X Factor, Andy’s soulful voice and passion for Nat King Cole’s music, makes him the perfect star to do justice to the legend of music’s legacy.