Bervie woman to perform in Lloyd Webber concert

BERVIE woman Andrea Watt pictured with James Stephen, from Edzell, both of whom will be appearing in concert Music of the Night later this month.

BERVIE woman Andrea Watt pictured with James Stephen, from Edzell, both of whom will be appearing in concert Music of the Night later this month.

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AN Inverbervie resident who played a ballerina in the successful Scottish Premiere of ‘Phantom’ at His Majesty’s Theatre, in February, is taking to the stage again.

Andrea Watt is performing the duet All the Love I Have from the musical The Beautiful Game in two concerts by the Aberdeen Opera Company (AOC) later this month.

Music of the Night - An Evening of Andrew Lloyd Webber is a celebration of one of the most glittering musical theatre careers from the last 50 years.

The concerts will take place on June 16 - 18 at 7.30pm, at The Sanctuary, Queens Cross Church, Aberdeen.

Throughout the 1970s, 80s and 90s, Andrew Lloyd Webber (along with Tim Rice) put the UK back on the global music map by re-inventing British musical theatre and changing the face of London’s West End and Broadway forever; an achievement that he continues to repeat over and over to this day.

In a compilation packed full of his greatest hits and more, AOC is delighted to take a taste of Andrew Lloyd Webber to Aberdeen and perform selections from smash hit shows such as Cats, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, Phantom of the Opera, Starlight Express, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Aspects of Love, Sunset Boulevard, Whistle Down the Win, ‘The Woman In White, Love Never Dies, The Beautiful Game and more!

Andrea Watt, Development and Marketing Officer at Lathallan School, Johnshaven and Aberdeen Opera Company’s Publicity Manager, said: “This promises to be a spectacular night of music celebrating the talent and career of one of Britain’s most acclaimed musical creators.

“We showcase a range of huge chorus numbers, solos and duets and the audience will enjoy the diversity and mix of musical favourites.

“I am looking forward to my poignant duet from The Beautiful Game set in the 1970s troubled Belfast – the place and era I was born!”

To book tickets, priced at £12/£8 please contact the AOC Box Office by e-mailing amy.sneddon@hotmail.com or phoning 07527 329905.