A production that is known for its captivating score, THE SOUND OF MUSIC has charmed audiences across the globe for decades. The lavish and critically-acclaimed musical tells the inspiring and uplifting true story of Maria- a free-spirited and fun-loving governess who changes the lives of the widowed Captian Von Trapp and his seven children. During her time with them, she re-introduces them to music, lessens the rigidity that the family has become accustomed to due to their strict upbringing and she helps them to truly embrace life and bond as a family. The story culminates with Maria joining the Von Trapp family and fleeing with them across the Austrian mountains as political tensions rise in the run-up to World War II.

The original 1959 Broadway production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC won six Tony Awards, , including Best Musical and was Rodgerís and Hammersteinís biggest success, it also went on to be produced on the West End by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The 1965 movie of the musical, starring Julie Andrews as Maria, was also a box office hit that won five Oscars, including Best Picture.

The entire production is filled with some of the most memorable songs, to ever be performed on the stage, including My Favourite Things, Do-Re-Mi, Climb Evíry Mountain, Edelweiss, The Lonely Goatherd, Sixteen Going on Seventeen and of course the iconic theme song The Sound of Music.

To date, THE SOUND OF MUSIC remains one of the most popular pieces of theatre and film of all time, and it is a production that has gone on to capture the hearts of audiences of all ages, backgrounds and cultures, across the entire globe.



MUSIC BY RICHARD RODGERS
LYRICS BY OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II
BOOK BY HOWARD LINDSAY AND RUSSEL CROUSE
SUGGESTED BY "THE TRAPP FAMILY SINGERS" BY MARIA AUGUSTA TRAPP






THE CAST