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After five years and over 2000 performances since opening Off-Broadway, musical comedy Altar Boyz is set to dazzle UK audiences in a strictly limited run of 14 performances at Greenwich Theatre.
Fictitious boy-band Altar Boyz have it all: heavenly harmonies, divine dance moves, and faith that’s stronger than their hair gel. On the last night of their Raise the Praise tour, heartthrobs Matthew, Mark, Luke, Juan and Abraham are tempted with the forbidden fruit of New York City.
Their pious pop act – including hits like Girl You Make Me Wanna Wait and Jesus Called Me On My Cell Phone – worked wonders on the bingo hall circuit, but in NYC things are different.
The show blends sharp parody, sinfully spectacular dancing and irreverent humour with a mix of side-splitting songs, uncontrollable laughs and light-hearted fun.
Altar Boyz is directed by Steven Dexter, whose credits include Loserville in the West End and the World Premiere of Stiles and Drewe’s Honk! at the Watermill Theatre. It will be produced by Paul Taylor-Mills Ltd, producer of In the Heights at Southwark Playhouse and both Rent and Bare at Greenwich Theatre.
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In what city did Altar Boyz start it’s life?
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Winners will be selected at random from all correct entries. Winner receives a pair of tickets to see Altar Boyz from 3/10/14 to 18/10/14 excluding 07/10/14. Full dates and times are to be found at www.greenwichtheatre.com. Tickets to be collected at the box office with no cash alternative. Tickets are subject to availability and cannot be resold or transferred to another performance. Competition is run by boom ents.