This event has been rescheduled to Saturday 19 March 2022. Our Box Office have sent further information regarding exchange and refund options to all ticket holders via email and/or phone. Please contact the Box Office to confirm your preference, if you have not already done so, or to request more information.

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Music of the Night is an enchanting musical and visual spectacular presented by highly acclaimed multi-award-winning international pianist and vocalist Joey Fimmano.

Joey is joined on stage by the elite of Australian entertainment and star of musicals and theatre, Dexter Villahermosa, star of Miss Saigon in the West End of London and Australian Leading Soprano Jessica Di Bartolo. Be assured you will be experiencing the ultimate in Australian talent.

Celebrating the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, this production includes Phantom of the Opera, Evita, Cats, Les Misérables, Jesus Christ Superstar, Aspects of Love, Amigos Para Siempre, West Side Story, Carousel, Andrea Bocelli, Mario Lanza, Barbara Streisand, and exciting piano renditions of Flight of the Bumble Bee, William Tell Overture, You’ll Never Walk Alone, Nessun Dorma and many more!

This enjoyable evening of beautiful music and melodies will leave you feeling charmed, uplifted, spirited, happy and exhilarated.

‘It’s rare to come across a talent of this caliber, Joey Fimmano is simply unbelievable’ Alan Jones AO 2GB

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Nothing is more important than your safety, which is why we are operating in accordance with Glen Street Theatre COVID Safe practices. The COVID Safe practices applicable at the time of your visit will be made available here.

100% audience capacity: 
Following NSW Health guidelines, this event has increased to 100% audience capacity. We encourage you to consider your comfort levels in a busy theatre setting before attending.


Child (under 16)
Groups 10+
Transaction charges may apply

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