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West Side Story at The Palace Theatre

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by Danielle (subscribe)
I am a primary school teacher that is very passionate about the arts and creativity. I enjoy writing about different events to show how people can make the most out of their life.
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This is the most perfect Valentine's Present that a man could get for his wife/girlfriend, (along with a dozen red roses, of course.) However my boyfriend would definitely love this for his Valentine's present as well.

All women love to sit down and watch that romantic film in the cinema; however the theatre is ten times better. This is something that everyone can enjoy; women, men, elderly people and children. This is because a show is live and you are right there in all the romance and action. It is such a thrill and is sure to make you feel the love (well, at least for that night anyway.)

The amazing love story, West Side Story, is now on sale to see at the Palace Theatre Manchester. This love pumping story is based on the beautiful and irreplaceable Shakespearian play 'Romeo and Juliet.'

West Side Story has some of the most amazingly uplifting songs throughout its scenes, that are bound to get everyone singing and dancing and full of life. With outstanding choreography and startling stage design, for me, this is one of the best shows to see at the theatre. Like the Guardian stated 'one of the towering achievements of musical theatre of the last century.'

I saw this show in one of the main theatres in New York and it was completely breathtaking. I would definitely recommend this show to anyone. So why not treat your loved one to this outstanding theatrical piece and share the love this Valentine's Day.

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Why? A Perfect Valentine's Present
When: Tuesday 10th December 2013 to Saturday 4th January 2014
Where: The Palace Theatre
Cost: Tickets on sale now
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