Titanic – The Musical proshot to be released in UK cinemas

Titanic The Musical tour

Titanic – The Musical is to be released in cinemas in the UK this year.

The proshot, filmed on the show’s recent tenth anniversary tour, will form part of CinemaLive’s new season of musical events.

Titanic will play in venues across the country from 1 March 2024.

The filmed performance features a cast including Mark Allanson (Ismay), Valda Aviks (Ida Straus), Grham Bickley (Captain Smith), Sam Brown (Fleet), James Darch (Edgar Beane), David Delve (Isidor Straus), Adam Filipe (Barrett), Alastair Hill (Bride), Barnaby Hughes (Pitman/Etches), Niamh Long (Kate Mullins), Ian McLarnon (Andrews), Jack North (Lightoller), Billy Roberts (Murdoch), Bree Smith (Alice Beane).

Directed by Tom Southerland, the production has set and costume design by David Woodhead, lighting by Howard Hudson and sound from Andrew Johnson. The musical, which won five Tony Awards including Best Musical, has music and lyrics by Maury Yeston and a book by Peter Stone.

In the final hours of 14th April 1912, the RMS Titanic, on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, collided with an iceberg and the ‘unsinkable ship’ slowly sank. It was one of the most tragic disasters of the 20th Century. 1,522 men women and children lost their lives.

Based on the real people aboard the most legendary ship in the world, Titanic the Musical is a stirring production, focusing on the hopes, dreams and aspirations of her passengers, all innocently unaware of the fate awaiting them.

The new CinemaLive season will also include the previously announced cinema release of My Favorite Things: Rodgers and Hammerstein 80th Anniversary Concert (14 and 18 February) as well as Kinky Boots on (1 and 4 February), An American in Paris (18 and 21 April) and 42nd Street (16 and 19 May).

See cinema listings and book tickets from bigscreenmusicals.com

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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