Russell Watson With The RPO for £36.75 at The Old Royal Naval College (43% Off)
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In a Nutshell
Part of the Greenwich Music Time concert series 2014
Set within the grounds of the iconic Old Royal Naval College
Historic buildings and the centerpiece of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site
Four-time Classical BRIT Award winner
Over eight million record sales worldwide
Friday 22 August, doors open at 5pm
The Fine Print
Valid 22 Aug 2014.
Limit 1 per person. May buy 5 additional as a gifts.
Booking: Address required at point of purchase. Tickets will be posted at least 2 weeks prior to the event. Must present ticket on the day. All tickets purchased using the same address on the same day will be seated together. You will not be permitted entry with your Groupon.
Doors open 5pm. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. If additional purchases are made using the same delivery address at a later date than the initial purchase, we cannot guarantee that seats will be located together as seats for initial order may have already been allocated.
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Russell Watson comes to the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, in support of his latest album 'Only One Man'. The record features all-new material for the tenor, penned by Les Misérables and Miss Saigon writers Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil, with the show drawing on these new pieces as well as a selection of old favourites. The performance sees the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra join Russell, with an appearance from Kerry Ellis and additional guests to be announced over the coming weeks. Individual Price Band B tickets (usually £55 each, plus £9 fees) are available, with doors opening at 5pm.
(The Liverpool Echo)
Russell Watson's appearance at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall in March 2014 earned an impressive 4/5 from the Liverpool Echo. While the critics noted some of the new material, special praise went to the airing of some of his well-known catalogue of tracks, as well as a crowd-pleasing rendition of 'You’ll Never Walk Alone'.