Musical Theatre Company, Birmingham's oldest and largest amateur theatre company, will be staging the production from June 26 to 30.
Another hit for the BMOS
, which is staging Cole Porter's Anything Goes next year.
staged musical shows at the original John Bright Street Alexandra Theatre, rebuilt in 1935, the Prince of Wales Theatre and the Theatre Royal in New Street, up until the advent of the Second World War.
An early visitor, from October 21-25, will be BMOS
Musical Theatre Company, with Fame the Musical.
chairman John Spencer said: "We're very grateful to the extremely talented Glamophones for entertaining our audiences.
One of the most prominent figures in Midlands' amateur theatre is stepping down after 24 years in two stints as chairman of BMOS
Musical Theatre Company - because he thinks it will be good for the group and because he is fed up with what he sees as a lack of commitment shown by most of its members.
is an amateur group but likes to go by the tagline "professional in all but name" and they certainly gave the professionals a run for their money with this show.
Thoroughly Modern Millie, BMOS
Musical Productions, Hippodrome (to Saturday).
Financial advisor John from Kings Norton joined BMOS
in 1984, playing a student in Fiddler on the Roof, and is now its chairman.
EXPECTATIONS are high that BMOS
Musical Theatre Company will give audiences Some Enchanted Evening with their production of South Pacific.
(Birmingham Musical and Operatic Society) is collecting donations on behalf of The Royal British Legion during the run of South Pacific, which will be staged at the New Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham from June 10-14.
The spirit of enterprise is alive and well in BMOS
Musical Theatre Company, one of the region's most ambitious amateur groups.