Jesus Christ Superstar at the Barbican Theatre – 4 July – 24 August

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Jesus Christ Superstar at the Barbican Theatre – 4 July – 24 August

Barbican’s award-winning production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar returns . But just for 60 performances at the Barbican.  Show is on from 4 July – 24 August.  Guardian: gorgeous, thrilling, heavenly musical.  Daily Telegraph: an almighty revelation.

Please note all performances take place at the Barbican.

Jesus Christ Superstar was originally written as a rock opera album.  The album made its explosive debut on the Broadway stage in 1971. The show transferred to the West End the following year. It ran for eight years. Musical went on to become one of the most enduring musicals of its time.

Its rock musicians, contemporary design and thrilling choreography make this energetic and emotionally charged production unforgettable.

Did you see the original production back in the 70s?  It was the most talked about stage show in the UK. and across the globe.  The music stunned everyone.  Songwriters Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber became the best known in the music business. Album sold millions and the two-headed for wealth and never-ending recognition. Get in fast to buy your ticket.
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