The final year students from the internationally renowned Guildford School of Acting bring “The World Goes ‘Round” to Bath this March. The show is an unashamed celebration of the songs of Kander and Ebb, two of Broadway’s most successful writers. This stylish revue features songs from some of their biggest hits, including “Cabaret” and “Chicago” as well as lesser known gems from their vast catalogue of music. Filled with humour, romance and big brassy show tunes, this is a thrilling celebration of music and life.

“The World Goes ‘Round” is being performed in aid of the Bath based charity, the Dance Again Foundation. The charity was set up by the Widdowson family after their dancer son, Jack, was paralysed after a brutal attack. After much physiotherapy Jack has returned to the international stage as a contemporary ballet dancer. The charity aim to continue their work rehabilitating injured dancers.

The show is directed by West End performer Phyllida Crowley-Smith, best known as Victoria the White Cat in the film of “Cats”. With musical direction from the award winning composer of “Fresher the Musical”, Mark Aspinall.

The show comes to The Egg at Theatre Royal Bath on Monday 18 March, 7.30pm. Tickets can be booked through www.theatreroyal.org.uk  or 01225 448844

For more information about GSA visit www.gsauk.org