By popular demand, international musical theatre stars Natalie O’Donnell and Simon Gleeson will be bringing a further and final performance of their stage hit Heart & Music to the Karralyka stage this March.
Following a sell-out of their upcoming performance on 10 March, a further show has been added for Tuesday 3 March, with tickets now on sale
Helpmann Award winner Simon Gleeson, best known for his acclaimed portrayal of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, is a leading man with credits that span the main stages of Australia and London’s West End.
He is also the real-life husband to Mamma Mia! leading lady, Natalie O’Donnell. The pair share not only the stage, but a life together raising two children.
Gleeson has had the privilege of playing some of the most iconic and recognisable roles in musical theatre including Raoul in the Australian Premiere production of Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Love Never Dies.
His film and television credits in Australia include City Homicide, Blue Heelers and SeaChange. In the UK, he played a regular role in the long-running soap opera EastEnders and was a member of the principal cast of Kombat (BBC2) directed by Monty Python member, the late Terry Jones.
Natalie O’Donnell has carved out a celebrated career in London and Australia on stage and screen.
She most recently delighted audiences as Donna in the hit ABBA musical Mamma Mia! And it seems she has come full circle. She was originally cast as Donna’s daughter, Sophie, during the musical’s first Australian run back in 2001.
The pair are no strangers to the big screen either, having played a convivial Australian couple in the feature film My Life In Ruins alongside actor Nia Vardalos, writer and director of the popular film My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
Join them as they come together for a morning of classic songs ranging from Rodgers and Hammerstein through to The Greatest Showman, and with some Billy Joel and Harry Connick Jnr weaved into the mix.
Heart & Music offers an intimate morning of song and storytelling, which celebrates the music that has shaped both their careers and lives together.
Every Toe Tapping Tuesday show ticket includes tea, coffee and a delicious treats one hour prior to show time, commencing at 9.30am.
Date: Tuesday 3 March 2020 at 10.30am
Single tickets: $21.50