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Adam Garcia
Adam Garcia
The first evening, entitled Old, New, Borrowed, Blue with double Olivier winner Joanna Riding and Woman in White star Martin Crewes was a sell-out success.

This time Adam Garcia, Tim Howar and Aaron Lazar, who are currently wowing audiences at the Coliseum as the three sailors on 24 hours shore leave in Bernstein’s On The Town, will be performing a one-off cabaret performance in the Delfont Room bar . With three diverse and impressive careers between them, it will prove to be an exciting combination.

Australian Adam Garcia is best known for creating the role of Tony Manero in the original London stage production of Saturday Night Fever at the London Palladium, other stage roles include Doody in Grease at the Dominion and Fiyero in the workshop of Wicked in New York with Kristen Chenoweth and Idina Menzel. He has since been seen in many Hollywood films including the lead in Coyote Ugly and Riding in Cars with Boys with Drew Barrymore.

Canadian Tim Howar has created two roles for the London stage. Michael in Peggy Sue Got Married at the Shaftesbury Theatre opposite Ruthie Henshall , Stu Clutterbuck in Tonight’s The Night at the Victoria Palace.

American Aaron Lazar is making his London debut in On the Town having appeared on Broadway as Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera, Curly in Oklahoma and Bobby in the Barry Manilow musical Harmony. Aaron has numerous US TV credits and has performed in a workshop with Jason Robert Brown.

Expect as the title suggests, something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue.

Looking to see some musical theatre? Find out more about London musicals.

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Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 12/05/2005

Closing Night: 12/05/2005

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