Sing-a-long-a The Greatest Showman Comes To York Next Month

From the producers of Sing-a-long-a Sound of Music & Sing- a-long-a Grease comes the smash hit musical with lyrics on screen that you can’t stop singing …

Sing-a-long-a The Greatest Showman

York Theatre Royal, 4 February, 7.30pm

After the success of the smash hit musical movie The Greatest Showmancharting the success of PT Barnum and his launch into the new world of showbusiness, Singalonga Productions has added it to their portfolio of shows such as Sing-a-long-a Sound of Music, Sing-a-long-a Grease and Sing-a-long-a Rocky Horror Show.

So come and join the showas you experience Sing-a-long-a The Greatest Showman at York Theatre Theatre Royal on 4 February – with lyrics on the screen so you can join in as loud as you want. This is a totally different way to enjoy the movie. So dress up in your best top hat and tails, add a beard if you fancy, and away you go on the best night you can have with your friends – and you have full permission to sing your heart out.

Cheer, boo, hiss and sing as the live host teaches the audience some dance moves – and how to use their free props bag.

The Birth of Sing-a-long-a: The unique, interactive entertainment form known as Sing-a-long-a, meanwhile, was allegedly born in an old people’s home in Inverness. The nurses wanted to involve the residents in an interactive group therapy. They decided to screen Seven Brides For Seven Brothers and gave out song sheets so that everyone could sing-a-long. The idea was then developed for The Sound of Music for London’s Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in 1999, before opening at the Prince Charles Cinema in August that year. An initial eight-show run soon sold out, while attracting huge media attention, and regular singalong shows have been running ever since, not only in London but all around the world. 

Please note this is a screening of the movie starring Hugh Jackman and NOT a live stage show