From Page to Stage season of new musicals – nine shows announced

Screen Shot 2015-08-03 at 09.50.59Aria Entertainment has revealed the full programme of work for the third From Page to Stage season of new musicals. Tickets are now on sale ranging from £12 to £18.

Nine shows have been announced as part of the third season. Readings include a new musical by Loserville writing duo Elliot Davies and James Bourne and also a new piece from Tim Sanders and Charles Miller, whose Return of the Soldier received a full production last year at Jermyn Street Theatre after a reading in the season.

The Stationmaster, a brand new British musical with music and lyrics by Tim Connor and book by Susannah Pearse, is to get a two-week run as part of From Page to Stage, a season of new musical theatre at the Tristan Bates Theatre from Monday 26 October to Saturday 21 November.

Producer Katy Lipson of Aria Entertainment said: “We are delighted to confirm this year’s chosen work of one full-scale musical, three readings and four showcases amongst others. The 2015 season has been selected from an open application process which saw 80 musicals submitted and presents a mixed programme of work at various stages of development. From Page to Stage serves as a platform for new writing with a focus on new British musicals and supports not only the writers, but our audiences too. We hope the season will continue to act as a strong vehicle for the development of new musicals here in the UK and help secure partners for the future of some of the works included.”

She added: “The Stationmaster is a wonderfully, dark, chamber piece with an interesting book to explore in the form of a musical. The musical language is unique and has a blend of tuneful melody and interesting harmony. The story of the piece instantly grabbed my attention when we were reading through our submissions, and I feel it is a great example of what a British writing team has to offer. I think it will represent the From Page to Stage brand well as our headline musical this year.”

Producer Kim Sheard joins the team this year as associate producer.

For more details about the full season of work visit:

www.tristanbatestheatre.co.uk

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