DUE to popular demand an extra date has just been announced for the musical theatre show Three Witches, which is coming to the Shelley Theatre this month. The October 29 date has now sold-out with tickets now available for an additional performance on Sunday, November 5 at 4pm.

This bewitching concert will be making its premiere performance in Bournemouth with an incredible coven of top West End divas. Three Witches will star three top musical theatre female performers who have all, at some point in their career played a wickedly wonderful witch in a musical.

Tiffany Graves (‘Sukie Rougemont’ in The Witches of Eastwick), Jacqueline Hughes (‘Elphaba’ in Wicked!) and Annette Yeo (‘The Witch’ in Into The Woods), are all seasoned and incredibly versatile music theatre performers and their combined talent is going to make this premiere and enchanting masterclass in musical theatre.

The Bournemouth audience can expect humorous and magical songs from the concerts and hear songs from some of the world’s greatest musicals, as well as be entranced by various well known numbers and other such musical sorcery.

The eagerly-anticipated show has been devised and directed by Broadway and West End star, Earl Carpenter, who created the incredibly successful international concert, Three Phantoms and has put together this premiere event that is set to cast a spell on any musical theatre lover.

The Dorset based performer has enjoyed a 25 year career in some of the world's greatest musicals and is best known for playing Inspector Javert in Les Misérables and the title role in Phantom of the Opera, in which he performed over 1,800 times in London’s West End and around the UK.

Earl Carpenter says: “I never thought Three Phantoms would achieve the international status and success it has enjoyed. After selling-out our first date at the Shelley Theatre it looks like Three Witches will fly in the same way.”

He is passionate about bringing exciting musical theatre such as Three Witches to Bournemouth and believes, “there is something about empowered women on stage and it appeals to the audience in a different way.”

He added: “Having a performance so close to Halloween and now another on Bonfire Night at the historic Shelley Theatre is going to be special. It is an intimate venue and it makes everything a lot more interactive.”

The show will be a unique and insightful evening for theatre lovers. Presented as a 'talk-show’ and hosted by devilish interviewee and musical theatre wizard, Kieran Brown.

: For more information and tickets please contact 01202 413600 or visit shelleytheatre.co.uk