We've got a special discount offer for Yours readers to see BBC Radio 2's Friday Night is Music Night's dedication to the music of Cy Coleman on Wednesday July 6.
Cy's the man who gave Sinatra 'Witchcraft', Tony Bennett 'The Best Is Yet To Come' and Sammy Davis Jnr 'The Rhythm of Life'.
A six year old child prodigy who gave piano recitals at Carnegie Hall, he grew up to be one of the most successful songwriters and composers in musical theatre winning five Tony Awards, two Grammy's and three Emmys.
Sweet Charity starring Shirley Maclaine, Wildcat starring Lucille Ball, and Barnum which starred Jim Dale and Glen Close on Broadway and Michael Crawford in London are among the shows he created music for.
Now, with the help of the 60 piece BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Mike Reed (Barnum, Sunset Boulevard), a stellar cast from London's West End and presented by Anneka Rice, BBC Radio 2 will celebrate the work of this genuis composer for a memorable Friday Night is Music Night, held at the Hackney Empire Theatre, London on Wednesday July 6 at 7.30pm.
The concert has a stellar cast of stars Michael Xavier, Siobhan Dillon, Ria Jones – all from the recent smash hit revival of Sunset Boulevard and Tam Mutu who has starred in The Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables.
And we'd like to give you the chance to see the show for £10 less than the box office price.
The first 50 readers to respond to the offer will be able to claim tickets for just £35, instead of the usual £45.
To claim your discount, call the Hackney Empire Box Office on 0208 985 2424 and quote the code 'FNIMN Rhythm Of Life is good'.
You can also visit the Hackney Empire Box Office in person to claim your discount, quoting the same discount code. Please note this offer cannot be claimed when booking online.
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